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taurusowner: VictoryCabal: 2) He was also a tireless promoter of the scientific method, rational thinking, skepticism, and free thinking.

Maybe at first. Some of his later stuff, especially with the spiritual tinge was really off the deep end.


We are a bunch of weird talking monkeys floating around on a rock, surrounded by a seemingly limitless amount of space. Speculation is warranted.

His 'deep end' stuff wasn't really that weird in the context of all human ideas, just as the pale blue dot isn't really that significant in the context of the universe.
 
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