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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000277.txt from 1999/04

From: James <>
Subj: Re: [kl] Religion vs. Science
Date: Mon, 5 Apr 1999 13:10:53 -0400

George Kidder wrote:

> <Snip>
> Whoa! There was then and continues to be a difference between
> physicians and scientists. The bleeding which was so popular at that
> time was part of what we might call "the religion of medicine" for
> want of a better term. I think we have improved on that, although I
> suspect that Dr. Goldman, for one, would agree that medical practice
> is not completely
> scientific at present, and probably that this is not a desirable goal.
> Sorry - all of us have our hot buttons.
> George

<a snip, snip here and a snip, snip there . . .>

Very good point. And who knows what "science" will discover to be so in
200 years that will contradict what is considered by scientists today to
be irrefutable? I think you've made my point much better than I. I
should like to be a graceful as you when my hot button is touched. Thank


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