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Debate and Discourse: AWESOME POST in "[Skepticism Thread]", by Improvolone

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edited January 2010 in [2008-2012] Awesome Posts?
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'Best use of the goose ever.

Post: [Skepticism Thread] Maintaining our science-boners since 1969.
Forum: Debate and Discourse
Assigned Moderators: Elki, ElJeffe, Irond Will

Posted by: Improvolone
Original Content:
japan wrote: »
He still hasn't explained why we should treat every ancient instance of someone describing something not known or understood to have existed as evidence for that thing's existence, but not any modern instance.
Because we know better now.
ACSIS wrote: »
Thats pretty obvious, isn't it?

You... wait... you really think that people back then weren't smart? Like, they couldn't hypothesize, or invent fiction, or do anything impressive basically?
The only difference is that we know more about how the world works and we have more tools at our disposal. Ancient civilizations were brilliant.
So... is all ancient art representative of something real? When did we start inventing fiction? Just how far does your silly goose hole go?

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