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[25-Jul-2005]
The value of science is zero
Co Van Gilst

Has science any value? Why the hell do we have science? Why do we think that we need science?

The value of science is zero. In many ways, the value of science is even less then zero. Science mostly takes more then it gives, and we live in an era of moneymaking. To make it more clear for the moneymakers, science is a waste of money.

Scientists don't think nowadays. They surge for things. Are they too lazy to think, or are they just to stupid for it?

People think that science gives new answers to old questions. This isn't true. The only thing that scientists have proven to me is that they have no knowledge of the history of humankind, and they have no knowledge of what the reality we live in looks like. They walk on a neverending road.

Co Van Gilst, Netherlands



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