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Does Science Have Limits?

This post is the summary of a two-part Wascana Fellowship session from late last year, when I was too busy to post.   Part One: Limitations? While doing research for the post about “understanding the times” I stumbled across a … Continue reading

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Galileo’s Mistake

The title and basic ideas behind this post derive from Wade Rowland’s book Gailileo’s Mistake: The Archaeology of a Myth (Toronto: Thomas Allen Publishers, 2001). Wade Rowland makes a very persuasive case against the popular lesson drawn from the story … Continue reading

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