Re: virus: Faith, Logic and Purpose

Marie Foster (
Thu, 20 Nov 1997 09:49:22 -0800

David McFadzean wrote:

> >Your stated instances of science as assumption or idea, and test, etc.
> >excludes the observational sciences such as that practiced by Jane
> >Goodall for example. Dogma comes from power. I would contend that the
> Are you thinking of someone else's message here?
> --

Very possibly. I work at a furious pace and take frequent peeks at what
is going on here and in a couple of other newgroups I participate in. I
have a terrible time keeping straight who says what... I sometimes wish
that we had some kind of deamons that would characterize our text to
distinguish either by color or perhaps stationary, the person of record.

Being a visual person, I think that would help. I know that MS Explorer
has that capability built in but I have not used it because lots of
people decline to use MS products...

An aside to Richard... You should be proud of the original Word. It
was the best wp bar none. And Word remains great. In fact the current
PC version is as good as the original for the Mac ;)

Take care David. To infinity and beyond lets get rid of dogmatism.