“Artist Builds Temple of Science | Wired Science from Wired.com”

Interesting article, beginning,

At a time when the gulf between religion and science is growing ever greater, an artist has erected a temple for scientific worship.

[Link: Artist Builds Temple of Science | Wired Science from Wired.com]

A commenter going by “Blamm” noted pithily,

In order to compete with religion surely science needs to stop looking at the how and start answering the why. Why am I here?

And then down the page a bit there’s another comment by “Blake,” Sept 29, 12:26:42 am, that’s a masterpiece of self-parody, though unfortunately not publishable here.


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