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    Do we sometimes tend to deify scientists?

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    Do we sometimes tend to deify scientists?

    Post  Admin on Tue May 22, 2012 2:11 pm

    It appears in the attempt to find replacement for deities, some tend to deify scientists?

    I posted a similar question on the science fiction section of a writer's forum and was "warned". That seemed to validate any such suggestion from that admin.. It also was a surprise that such a forum would stifle any material, but there you go.

    Many humans also seem to deify geniuses as if they should know the meaning of life and so forth and so on.

    Yet if you research throughout history, genius seems to incorporate some degree of social absence. Such as the lack of knowledge toward their own arrogance? The inability to maintain behavorial norms. Some certainly don't fit this as this isn't meant to insuate a general observation. But to a rather large percentage it appears as though those of high academic performance seem to lack in social graces, as intelligence cannot or should not be corralled in the arena of academics alone?

    Btw, I just got back the DFW writer's conference and it was a blast! I met so many amazing people! Genius comes in many forms. Smile

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    Re: Do we sometimes tend to deify scientists?

    Post  Admin on Tue May 22, 2012 2:19 pm

    I should perhaps relate this to the death experience or experiencers. Following our experience, many of us seem to search for connections in others, as in; do others know? Like Cherios in a bowl of milk, we are drawn to people that seem to know more information. This may lead us to search for what is considered the higher sciences, such as that of quantum mechanics, which then seems to lead us back to our experiences. Why?

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