Shakespeare Our page-content will now turn to a more explicit coverage of the faith versus reason debate.
People should have to dig a little themselves. Those who are really going to go somewhereyoung minds need to stretch their intellect as much as possible. Cosmos gave them a jumping off place. Not going to criticize too much, till the series is over. It is a precious thing to have 11 minutes in prime time to discuss the history of astronomy in front of millions of viewers.
The writers gave one persepective, a sliver of what happened, leaving the reader to go find the rest of the context. It helps put into perspective how recent the scientific method is, and how fragile it is in human culture.
I think Jefferson said education should avail us to see thru the sales pitch. Cosmos certainly makes a pitch,as if they are being pushed by creationists or biblical folk like Putin was pushed by the E. The good book says be careful when you judge, lest you be found doing the same thing.
At best all I can say is let every man be a liar, only God is true. So watch out for the pied piper of our times. Something subtly missing at the end of the first episode. Ben The episode specifically has Bruno state that we should question everything.
Ben What does that have to do with what I said? He said Question everything, I say question everything, you apparently say question everything, so we agree then? Good, now I question if there was a creator and him creating the universal and all life in a literal interpretation of the bible, do you disagree?
Why waste your time? You believe in unproven words, we believe in science. Egor GiOs Still no reference was made to the first know astronomer to put Sun at the centre of the solar system years before Copernicus.
I am talking about Aristarchus of Samos and here is the wikipedia link for whoever wants to learn sth about him: Likewise, there were many earlier natural philosophers who contemplated the concept of infinite space.
But what we are debating here is the Copernican era and the birth of the modern, mathematical description of the universe. Thony Christie Again just for the record, because your statement is somewhat ambiguous, both the Babylonians and the Greeks had mathematical descriptions of the heavens in antiquity.
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