User:Smithfarm

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Welcome to home page of User Smithfarm, Luddite.

Stanley Fish blog entry on illegitimacy of materialism vs. theism debate

Proposal for a new Wikipedia effectiveness metric: ratio of editors whose sole activity is placing tags on existing articles to the total number of editors. Smithfarm (talk) 13:11, 13 April 2008 (UTC)

Today's science is a religion, albeit one with no god, and scientists are the priests of that religion. --Smithfarm

With the development of science and technology, there has arisen a provocative mind that questions the existing religions and their role in society. The modern mind has started questioning, but the search for truth still remains obscured because scientific explorations are directed externally and not toward the inner levels of life. Science and technology are materially oriented, but a human being is not matter or energy alone. --Swami Rama

The present rupture between increasingly quantitative knowledge and increasingly impoverished inner identity is leading to the rise of a new brand of obscurantism with incalculable social and personal consequences. --Charter of Transdisciplinarity

Nature speaks upward to the known senses of man, downward to unknown senses of his. --Goethe

Chakra Quotes!

ORIGINAL Hoxsey treatment ARTICLE HERE: User:Smithfarm/Hoxsey

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