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Volume 2 - No. 4 -  2003

Belief Systems

"A man must not swallow more beliefs than he can digest." - Havelock Ellis 

 (The Dance of Life)


The Death of Science - by Stephen Bray 

At the beginning of the 20th century, many scientists thought that most of the scientific problems of the world had been solved, or would shortly be solved.  But Relativity and Quantum Theories overturned the certainties of physics and it has since been established that there are true statements that cannot be proved within any logical system.

Science has come full circle. This story began with a man who in pursuing understanding of the natural world infuriated a pope and only avoided the forced separation of his body from his head by recantation of the evidence of his senses.  It ends with a statement from the man who lost the use of his body through disease, but continued to find God in his head using the telescope of science. Through his quest, and with the help of other great scientists we may discover that God, the universe, the actors in this story, the story itself, the writer, and you dear reader, are all self-reflections of a non-local consciousness.

Skeptic's Dictionary entry on pseudoscience

Quackwatch entry on pseudoscience