George by now I think you should know the difference between theories or
explanations of origins and theories or explanations of physical systems that
are amenable to experimentation. Moorad
>===== Original Message From george murphy <firstname.lastname@example.org> =====
>Moorad Alexanian wrote:
>> Physicists can forget all about the Big Bang and still do 99.9999% of all
>> the physics that there is. Show me why that is not the same in medicine and
>> even biology.
> Physicists can also forget about QCD or the classical theory of
>elascticity & do 99.9999% of all the physics that there is - if they're
>focussed specialists who are only interested in how their little specialty
>into the big picture ("pinheads" one of my doctoral profs called them). But
>they're actually physicists, or some approximation to what used to be called
>"natural philosophers", they'll hardly be content with that. I would think
>the same is true in biology.
>George L. Murphy
>"The Science-Theology Interface"
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