The Gospel of the Flying Spaghetti Monster - The Blunders of Science - Toward a New SuperScience Summary & Analysis

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The Blunders of Science - Toward a New SuperScience Summary

Henderson opens with the thrill of science not being limited to natural explanations, and not since the Middle Ages has science been so open to new ideas, such as the supernatural. He explains that science is merely a tool to aid our understanding and that the supernatural could be as useful a tool, if not more so. He points out that empirical science has only been around a few centuries, while supernatural science (or super science) has been around centuries longer. Henderson uses an analogy: land discovered between 1400 to 1600 A.C.E (after common era), when supernatural science ruled, was 14.5 million square miles, while in the last two centuries only 0.3 million square miles have been discovered. Logically, more land should be found to support a growing population...

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