Zeno's Paradox
While critical thinking may not make up for a lack of knowledge, it is essential for gaining knowledge.
Wednesday, May 11, 2005:  
Science, Critical Thinking:
Science Fare by Dr. Philip Plait
Those places I talked about before—you can get to know them too. You can experience the wonder of seeing them for the first time, the thrill of discovery, the incredible, visceral feeling of doing something no one has ever done before, seen things no one has seen before, know something no one else has ever known.

No crystal balls, no tarot cards, no horoscopes. Just you, your brain, and your ability to think.

Welcome to science. You’re gonna like it here.
I wish we had more people like Dr. Plait writing articles like this.

    -  Ron  7:15 AM

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