Thursday, July 14, 2005

A really funny anectode from A small history of briefly everything.
Context: 19th century : In their eagerness to reject the idea of our simian descent, authorities were often willing to embrace the most singular possibilities.

An anthropologist, puzzing over Neandertha's heavy brow ridge, suggested that it was the result of long-term frowning arising from a poorly healed forearm fracture.


Creationists are crazy. This friend of mine, Shyaam is, in my opinion, a die-hard creationist, though not the Let there be light type.A few years back, I was impressed by his interesting advaita philosophy and almost converted.

This guy refused to believe in dinosaur bones, and kept questioning the truth behind them - You see the bones, but not the animal. Who knows how this ended up here. And anyways, it is not a scientifically proven fact. Lots of scientists still disagree!.

'Ya, the creationist scientists in kansas probably disagree. But virtualy everybody else agrees

But how can you prove that they existed. They might just be maya

Cirsumstantial evidence

Same is the case with belief in god

At this point, I gave up and decided to watch DDLJ

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