2 thoughts on “Boyle, Sagan: Scientific & Spiritual “Understanding” of Life Interdependency: Part 4

  • March 8, 2013 at 2:29 pm

    Sorry, but I must say the editors seem to be losing the plot. I read psychcentral for interesting information about the science of psychology, not meandering ramblings that don’t seem to have a clear point, and seem to reject the scientific model for no apparent reason other than some vaguely-stated religious grounds. One out of ten on this one, eds, please raise the bar.

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    • March 8, 2013 at 6:41 pm

      THANKS:)Wes for Your Critique!…”meandering ramblings”..i like Your “poignant” description of what i chose to describe as: bread crumbs sprinkled with a veggie salmagundi mix…SORRY for Your indigestion!:( Hoping this clarification will serve as an antacid -lol:) Actually, the piece is NOT rejecting the scientific method/model…that was NOT my intent but rather, i was “attempting” to encourage any reader to be diligent in fully investigating as a scientist would “any” long-held or short-held belief(s)…including any religious, scientific and/or spiritual ones. i thought the conclusion: “Base your beliefs on substance/evidence/truth!” sufficiently inferred that point.

      You choose to value this blog as 1 out of 10…actually, i prefer the view from the bottom…i’d rather look UP aka stay “Positive!”

      Peace!:)

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