- Aug 28, 2016
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Wrong real science is based on the data. Philosophy begins where the data leaves off and professors begin masterbating in public.You ignored my question on what you think is “real science”. All sciences use data, but philosophy of science explores & questions the validity of scientific methods & their data.Well perhaps after you graduate kindergarten you might be able to understand.What’s the difference between “real science” and non-real science?Sure I am curious but entanglement will not be explained by a philosopher but by teams doing real scienceYou’re not CURIOUS how things work; how to explain quantum entanglement?Yawn, philosophy is a waste of time, I'll stick with quantum entanglement at the moment.Apparently, you know little about philosophy.Philosophy is BS when thinking science. As I said philosophy is now a way for stupid liberal professors to deny God and teach communist manifestosBefore “modern science”, philosophy and science were in the same academic boat.Philosophy kicks in where science leaves off so dumb shits can have fake answers to the unansweredI often read that students should study some field of knowledge that leads to productive work. But consider that my eventual working world did not even exist when I started college. My degree was eventually in Liberal Arts as I was never sure what I wanted to be when I grew up. When you examine the degrees of many of the national leaders in technology or business, their degree is often not related to their work. How is that, some even dropped out of school. So then maybe we need to ask what makes a person a good citizen and a productive member of society. Could it be a liberal education steeped in philosophy?
"Is a liberal arts education for everyone? Probably not. Some people would rather do just about anything than major in philosophy, and that is fine. But a liberal arts education forms students to be a thoughtful and concerned citizens, and that is the subtext here. Educated, concerned citizens arent going to sit back and let the economic elite run the show. McCrory can critique the educated elite all that he wants, but when you pal around with the likes of Art Pope you really have no business accusing anyone else of elitism.
McCrory himself studied political science and education. Bennett, who was interviewing him, has a PhD in you guessed it philosophy. The underlying assumption appears to be that if youre part of the upper class, you can enjoy the luxury of a liberal arts education. If youre lower or middle class, the public institutions that are supposed to be part of the mythical American dream, that level playing field, should only offer courses in skilled trades. Wealthy young people will get a liberal arts education. Poor and middle class young people will choose a trade."
Femmonite: Notes from an Employed Philosopher
Science used to be called “natural philosophy” a few hundred years ago.
Since they diverged, philosophy is the basis of scientific thought and methodology.
For example, there is Philosophy of Science, and Science itself.
It’s the basis for overall rational thought, including topics in metaphysics and epistemology, which are the basis of religion & science.
Christians can be philosophers too.
We are spirits clad in veils. (Quote by - Christopher P. Cranch)
Philosophy is a battle against the bewitchment of our intelligence by means of language. (Quote by - Ludwig Wittgenstein)
Life has the name of life, but in reality it is death. (Quote by - Heraclitus)
The map is not the territory. (Quote by - Alfred Korzybski)
Because they know the name of what I am looking for, they think they know what I am looking for! (Quote by - Antonio Porchia)
If a man will begin with certainties, he shall end in doubts, but if he will content to begin with doubts, he shall end in certainties. (Quote by - Francis Bacon)
The philosopher is Nature's pilot. And there you have our difference: to be in hell is to drift: to be in heaven is to steer. (Quote by - George Bernard Shaw)
Can quotes really be steered
Wake up Apple was up 5 percent yesterday
What were you?
With more understanding, more progress can be made.
However the answer is that science relies upon data, philosophy takes over in the absence of data where idiots try to look smart when talking shit about something they have no clue about. Like you are doing now professor
Examples of philosophic genius
1. Why are towels considered dirty when you get out of the shower clean?
2. Who closes the bus door once the bus driver gets off?
3. Why is there a "d" in "fridge" but not in "refrigerator"
4. If you drop soap on the floor is the floor clean or the soap dirty?
5. Is the "S" or the "C" silent in the word "scent?
6. Does expecting the unexpected make the unexpected the expected?
7. Would Lightning McQueen buy car insurance or life insurance?
8. Who put the alphabet in alphabetical order?
9. What color are mirrors?
10. If 2 mind readers read each other's minds whose mind are they really reading?
11. Is there a synonym for "synonym"?
12. If your shirt isn't tucked into your pants, are your pants tucked into your shirt?
13. Why is it called "quick sand" if you sink slowly in it?
14. If I try to fail, but succeed, which one did I do?
15. If Cinderella's shoe fit perfectly, why did it fall off?
For example, quantum mechanics has its measurement problems, and how to interpret them is an ongoing issue in the field.
The big bang is philosophy, it is based upon the CMB radiation. When you examine the big bang theory it says that all matter started out in one place and exploded into existence. OK I accepted that but then ask since everything is moving away from that point then the mass in the universe could be traced beck to this point and also the universe should be in the shape of an expanding shell moving away from the center.
NONE OF THIS IS OBSERVED SO THE BIG BANG BECOMES A BIG DUMB IDEA
Seriously I ask about this once and was told that there was no point of origin, that everything just poped into existence at once.
Keep babbling doofy, my stock is splitting shortly
Atomic theory was first proposed by a philosopher.