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Your recent contribs to the ID talk page
Hi, I decided to answer your last posts to the ID talk page on your user talk page to prevent a heated discussion.
I think that there are some things that are lacking in your argumentation:
Your basic assumption that “the” scientific approach has no chance of ever explaining some phenomenons is basically the god of the gaps concept, which has been proven to be merely a lack of imagination or knowledge again and again see this very good essay by Neil de Grasse Tyson for a more sophisticated argumentation).
I know I’m running through a minefield here, but the 13% figure might have something ro do with the fact that education levels of large parts of the population (not only in the US) are pretty low and people are simply using an argument from ignorance.
The latter part of your last contrib was pure OR unless you can back it up with reliable sources. Finally again, the need for paradigm shifts is a discussion suited for a philosophy forum, not WP. Malc82 22:11, 16 May 2007 (UTC)