180 degree rule spin, or is it angle?, on "Absence makes the heart grow fonder" and "In time your heart will heal..." and maybe they could cross the line to "Inseparability makes the heart shrink in averse" and "Just kill the dude and forget about it"
I kept editing this post to find a different point but I found myself spinning my head. And after reading the 180 degree rule for editing, it made me wonder how close the marriage between relativity and objecitity was....okay, every now and then they bickered on who was right or better but the memory of them still goes on through the thoughts of their grandchildren's favouritism or fondness of both or neither!
I like both because I'd feel bad if I hurt either's feelings
I take it back. I really like you. Same thing apply as before?First off, almost every scientist knows that scientific laws cannot be "proven," or "justified," but only have mounting evidence in its favor.
And to add, though you may correct me, even mounting evidence touted as true are not initially accepted and then after acceptance are then sometimes retracted or expounded on to make further proof of evidence or retraction from evidence oiii :confused:What about the "existence" of scientific phenomenon? It is true that DNA exists, we've seen examples of it in high power microscopes. It is true that atoms exist, we've seen them with Atomic Force Microscopy).
So this is only a short hop from the existence of more easily accessible reality.
Science is a pursuit in eternity, perhaps. We may come and go but it is forever immortal with its claims. I relavitely perceive it to be so beautiful though I have limited understanding of its objective evidence but to others---okie... tautological relative perceptions of objective reality
Yes, I am absurd and enjoy doing so. Now am I or do I because....