Nico wrote:'Skeptical Druid' is a term that is too negative, and it draws 'bad vibes'.
It attracts people who focus on the perceived contradiction between science and spirituality, people who don't understand that it is the reconciliation of the two that holds the key to druidic wisdom. The key to meaningful truth, instead of meaningless facts or meaningful ignorance.
Bracken wrote:[Well, not the Fferrylt bit. They're mad spiritual.]
Bracken wrote:I'm agreeing with Explorer, because everybody else isn't. Oh, and because I do.
Al Hakim wrote: "Skeptical" means for me to ask questions and to be allowed to have doubts.
Heddwen wrote:I guess it would depend on the quality of the science. Often there are research articles here offered to support quotes which I think is a good thing. However, we know nothing about the reliability, bias, saliency etc of each piece. Basically you can obtain a piece of research to say anything....or is this the point of the scientific discussion?
I would like to see discussions here get some more quality, where the underlying basis of scientific research, experiment and objective and verifiable claims are respected.
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