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Re: Dr. Eric Walker

Postby re-rose rose » Wed Apr 13, 2016 4:11 am

Delighted at the thought, Griffin!
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Re: Dr. Eric Walker

Postby Linda Brown » Wed Apr 13, 2016 1:31 pm

Eric Walkers responses remind me of the answers of a man after he had been asked, point plank...if he had ever slept with a certain woman. " Of course NOT! " was his indignant response.
But privately ....he added later..." Who has time to sleep?"
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Re: Dr. Eric Walker

Postby Bogie » Fri Apr 15, 2016 2:44 pm

The progress of science has been the result of our ability to measure, with ever increasing accuracy, the forces we wish to understand and control. The forces we can measure, however, are entwined with and subject to, forces we have yet to develop more than rudimentary ways of measuring. A "Theory of Everything" may not emerge until the forces of mind are better understood. Bogie.
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Re: Dr. Eric Walker

Postby re-rose rose » Fri Apr 15, 2016 3:09 pm

The forces we can measure, however, are entwined with and subject to, forces we have yet to develop more than rudimentary ways of measuring.


I think, Bogie, that maybe this is one way "the secret" protects itself. The more we CAN measure, the more we want to measure. We tend to forget that just because something can't be measured doesn't mean it is not real. And if we don't forget it, we discard it because "that's how science has always been done."

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