How could anyone "believe in evolution"?

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That doesn't do proper justice to mythology, which most of the popular narratives regarding science are anyway.

What is the story of your own life, if not a myth?
It’s the story of a life, which I suspect is considerably more than can be said for yours.
 
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That doesn't do proper justice to mythology, which most of the popular narratives regarding science are anyway.

What is the story of your own life, if not a myth?
It is pretty funny tho not surprising that you cannot distinguish myth from reality.
 
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It is pretty funny tho not surprising that you cannot distinguish myth from reality.
That's a myth which you fabricated about me.

You're merely talking about an archaic approximation of reality, and not even consistently (Marx and Marxism do not exist within the scope of Bacon's method, so if you were consistent, you would have to dismiss them, rather than cling to them and their axioms based on faith).
 
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That's a myth which you fabricated about me.

You're merely talking about an archaic approximation of reality, and not even consistently (Marx and Marxism do not exist within the scope of Bacon's method, so if you were consistent, you would have to dismiss them, rather than cling to them and their axioms based on faith).
What do you cling to?
 
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That's a myth which you fabricated about me.

You're merely talking about an archaic approximation of reality, and not even consistently (Marx and Marxism do not exist within the scope of Bacon's method, so if you were consistent, you would have to dismiss them, rather than cling to them and their axioms based on faith).
I'd much rather cling to an analysis of economics that reflect the news, economics, and my experience of them than cling to a completely unsupportable myth about a conflicted god in the sky which has no relationship with anything I experience and know.