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ⓜ Science and humility — 4 Comments

  1. Yes, exactly! Which is to say, it’s why we don’t try to do science entirely on our own. I am reminded of an old American folksong (I am of the folkie generation) that had a line about “finding Jesus on your own,” which sounded to my ears much like trying to invent the Calculus on my own.
    Religion and science both depend on communities… if only to have someone to talk with about the cool things we’ve just seen!

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