So you have a belief in the actual existence of that which you assumed into existence and that Natural Law has its origins in something supernatural – a monotheistic creator deity that you are able to communicate with and will grant you immortality?
You had me laughing out loud there Reg. Thanks for that!!!
I have a belief in all kinds of things we human beings assumed into existence. Massless wave-particles, geometrical ways of thinking, mass-energy equivalence, on and on.
Those ideas are all based on an assumption of Natural Law, and in the history of human thought before a culture made that assumption they never looked for those kinds of explanations. Why would they? The more logical explanation is that the spirit of the object caused the phenomenon that they saw, not some "supernatural" law that applies to all objects everywhere.
It's so subtle it doesnt even exist.
"Dr." Bob is a scientific method denier and economics denier, he has zero credibility, IMO.
Dr. Bob is also a physicist and professor at an R1 university.
He will fully admit to not being an economist. Like most "hard" scientists, he has a bit of an attitude about the "soft" sciences and their lack of reliability / reproducibility.
Besides, have you actually read any of the "research" by the Austrian school of economists? Sheesh. ;-)
I Demand you Supply evidence for that!! :-)
Marx, "Das Kapital", historical materialist socialist science, it's all there for you.
You say there's no scientific method... you might as well say there are no scientists, either!
Why would that be the case? It was a group of top-notch scientists (led by a friend of mine who ran the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center) who wrote the quote calling the Scientific Method a myth as part of a major commissioned report for the National Research Council
The Scientific Method is a childish notion. It's something that barely belongs in elementary school. It bears almost no resemblance to the actual practice of science in any of the disciplines.
@ The Bob:
"The Scientific Method is a childish notion. "
I don't accept what you or your friend at Stanford Linear Accelerator Center have to say because of your childish notions.
The Scientific Method is a childish notion.
Says the guy who believes in a 2000 year old fairy tale and a church where grown men walk around in colourful dresses and chant primitive like grunts about magic and miracles and paradise.