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Cosmos 2 of 3 - Philosophy and Science...When Lines Blur

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Catholic Family Man Commentary. In this second video of a three part set I discuss an aspect of the series around some of the areas of scientific thought. In today's scientific community there is a real struggle between those who still see the need for empirical validity in order to call something science proper and those who see only the need to provide valid mathematical models. It is important when watching a series like Cosmos that the viewer understand the differences in approach and that not all the science community is in accord around this new proposed model of science that does not ask for, nor require, empirical evidence. To see the whole post including pertinent links visit

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