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Kenneth Grimm grimm at
Fri Aug 3 12:56:56 PDT 2012

Plus ça change, plus c'est la même chose


Ken - K4XL

On Fri, Aug 3, 2012 at 1:59 PM, Herb Schoenbohm <herbs at> wrote:

> The problem was that the Ptolemyic concept of a Geo- Centric universe
> worked for some basic navigational functions, was universally excepted
> and became part of  religious doctrine.  Anyone who promoted "truth" of
> a HelioCentric Universe whether it was  Galileo, Copernicus and even
> later Kepler were condemmed by the chruch.  It was the decision of
> theologians or the state or the church state that called the shots on
> science.  What this did was suppressed advances for a while. Even today
> we have the impact in our economic survival due to the doxology of
> AlGore on "climate change" or man-made climate change.  Dr. Edward Gray
> from Bolder was essential drummed out of the very accurate Univ. of
> Colorado hurricane prediction service for even questioning the new
> theology of a political control over climate and people as having any
> significant merit, except for the empowerment of politicians who are
> engaged in dogma.  Why is it always the contrarian views always get in
> the way of new ideas and punish those who express them.
> Herb Schoenbohm, KV4FZ
> On 8/3/2012 3:26 PM, Bruce wrote:
> > It's a balance.  Even a correct new idea sometimes takes it "in the
> neck" so to speak.  Think of all the crap the first  guy took from those
> that said the sun was circling the earth. After all you could see it for
> half of the circle.
> >
> > We have to believe what we know is correct, but have an open mind to new
> ideas.
> >
> > 73
> > Bruce
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Ken - K4XL
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