I still don't know the origin of life but I do know one thing... It is a good thing breathing is an autonomic function. Because if you had to think to do it, some people would be dead.
A few posts ago I said:
A scientist who does not admit he might potentially be wrong is really a theologian.
Meaning quite simply that when you a refuse to accept a scientific theory could possibly be flawed, it is no longer science but it is a religion. But I got an email from a theologian who "took exception" to being compared to bad scientist. Lemme bold a line this time....
Since I am one, even theologians routinely admit they might potentially be wrong. Well... about most things, anyway. Humility about one's own knowledge and wisdom is a spiritual gift, and a mark of maturity.
Scientists who do not admit they might potentially be wrong are simply: fools.
You got who called who a fool right? Good.
So I get a trackback Which I follow only to read this: "Update: Paul tells us that theologians are fools."
If this man's brain did not breath for him I swear he would die of suffocation. The theologian (accuratly) called him a fool and he went out of his way to prove the theologian right!
I try to have intelligent discussions with these people... but you see what I'm up against?
And these people keep tell me how much smarter they are than me. Heavy, Heavy Sigh.
Update 2: Poor Andy... He's hoping the rest of the EZ's will blow wind up his skirt. I keep waiting for one of them to mail him and tell him to shut up because he is making the rest of them look bad.