Science and society

October 15, 2007 § Leave a comment

This is something I am back thinking about. Studying the physical world is damn hard, but that world is not trying to hide. It is merely trying to exist by its own right. But the social world is full of illusion as people try to hide what they do, especially the leaders. Studying social life is undertaken at one’s peril. Social lies are much harder to penetrate that we find in the implications of the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle.

 

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