Member Since June 2, 2008
A clash of ideas is not a catastrophe, it is an opportunity. Only its constructive conclusions should be allowed to leave the academic framework.
About harry:

University professor.  Research: interaction of lasers with matter, quantum statistical mechanics, photobiology.


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Commented: About Chris's answer

Where do the laws of nature come from?

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Hello Pooch, I think that we agree on the belief in freedom and also that freedom is not a given. It is a sign of maturity As you said, you have to "grow". The point i wanted to make is that in order ...

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What you mean to say is that every cause has been caused to cause and that there is no uncaused cause. Is that what you say?

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I don't understand. You can be born into a religion but it's not in your genes. If you believe that everything is ruled by the laws of nature, you have chosen not to choose.

Commented: About Rocmike3's answer

Writing the second law in the form F = m (dv/dt) (1) we immediately see that if the force F = 0 then a body with nonzero mass m must have zero acceleration ...

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Writing the second law in the form F = m (dv/dt) (1) we immediately see that if the force F = 0 then a body with nonzero mass m must have zero acceleration ...

Commented: About KakSak's answer

Evolution is a three stage process 1. mutation 2. reproduction 3. selection. Only the fittest will survive stage 3. There is absolutely no conflict between religion and evolution and Charles Darwin ...

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Rocmike3, are you a scientist? Do you know what DNA is? Do you know what genes are? Do you understand what mutations are? Do you know that we create mutations in the laboratory? Did you understand ...

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You could ask an additional question: why is no new genome created, unless we do it artificially by transforming existing genes. Nature has only 92 elements, the others we create artificially. They ...

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