Augustine, Galileo and natural science
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Alabama Trad it was intentional. Sometimes there are problems which can not be described by mathematics, yet it must be made, so you wing it. Science or better or accumulated knowledge sometimes fall very short. A Nasa Engineer spokesman on TV when asked why so many of our unmaned space shots never even came close to Mars, losing nearly half of them. The reporter asked jokingly if the Martians were shooting them down ? He went on to say that the early space shots including the moon shots were all achieved by WWII test pilots, not all trained aerospce engineers. The spokesman said they are dead and we don't know what they knew. As the hippies used to say ponderous Man !

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Re: Augustine, Galileo and natural science - by timoose - 06-26-2011, 09:59 PM



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