Originally posted by FabianFnas It would help if someone gives a summary so you don't have to read the whole article.
Even Bosse de Nage thought it was about the Higg's as he referred to the article by "In search of the Higgs boson".
The article deals with the biological and psychological foundations
of our need for spiritual identity.
It goes on to show how altruistic behaviours are affected by belief
systems and how the benefits of common belief systems underpin
our need to have a social context for sexual selection and beneficial
I also think it's important for science to have a way of describing
it's own shortfallings in terms of explaining the unknown.
It makes sense that the language we choose for this discussion
is rooted in an understanding of our own physiological and
psychological growth and adaptations.
Originally posted by Bosse de Nage In search of the Higgs boson:
Of any interest to RHP heads?
This thread starts with the Higg's particle, and from there goes of topic with a discussion about religion.
If this thread is about religion, then it is totally uninterested by me. So I fold and quit this thread.
What I'm really afraid of is that this whole Forum, that should be about Science, is more and more about religion. Why do we have a Spriritual Forum at all, when Spiritual matters are discussed in the Science Forum. Is the Science Forum hijacked by religious people?
So, anyone really interested about the Higg's particle...? More than Bosse de Nage...?
Originally posted by FabianFnas "Are you stupid or just unable to read?" Is this a personal attack to me or is it a personal attack to Bosse de Nage, the one who started the thread with a reference to the Higg's particle?
Please, avoid personal attacks from this thread, and this Forum altogether...
I addressed the question to you.
Your silly act as "Defender of the Science Forum" is obviously getting to your head. This thread belongs here, the link belongs here and the posts that followed belonged here. Now stop spamming the thread with your smugness.
Especially when you don't even bother to see what the link is about.