People keep forgetting that Fester Chugabrew has previously stated that he starts with the assumption that he is correct, and concludes that any observations must be in line with his correctness. He has openly admitted previously that he holds a position that is completely non-falsifiable, yet refuses to accept that non-falsifiable explanations are fundamentally worthless.
posted on 12/13/2005 4:42:11 PM PST
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I find little fault with your assessment of my position insofar as you are absolutely correct that I begin with a set of working assumptions that color my interpretations and explanations, but I question your assumption that my position is not falsifiable. As I said, if science can demonstrate the absence of organized matter along with the absence of predictable laws, it will have a strong case for falsifying the theory of intelligent design.
It can be dizzying as the wheel keeps on turning and we keep ending up at the same spot. lol
posted on 12/13/2005 4:55:40 PM PST
("There is a grandeur in this view of life...")
To: Dimensio; CarolinaGuitarman
People keep forgetting that Fester Chugabrew has previously stated that he starts with the assumption that he is correct, and concludes that any observations must be in line with his correctness.
When someone asserts that "everything is supernatural", where do go from there?
posted on 12/13/2005 5:14:33 PM PST
(NOT the disruptive troll seen frequently on CREVO threads)
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