Re: This cultural vandalism (Re: Evidence for "Big Bang Theory")
Yasha Hartberg (Yasha@bigraf.tamu.edu)
5 May 1995 14:21:47 GMT
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>, email@example.com (Gil
> Why would you lot bother going on such a rampage trying to destroy our
> cultural evidence?
> Destroying other people's cultures into the bargain.
> I tell you now, that is NOT science. It is nothing more than the most
> egregious and unwarranted cultural vandalism, pursued to no other
> purpose than to impose the dominance of the G7 industrial nations over
> everybody else on the planet.
> It is no mere circumstance that we are so continuously visited by
> Republican political activists and other fascists intent on abusing,
> brow-beating and discrediting us all in attempting to have us comply
> with their policy on science representing merely another political
> faction submitting in its turn to "government".
Now this part IS interesting. Your conspiratorial fantasy is that right
wing political activists, Republicans and other fascists, are out to
destroy culture and anthropology by insisting that everyone fall into the
"Big Bang" camp of cosmology. On the other hand, my conspiratorial
fantasy is that right wing political activists, Republicans and other
fascists, are out to destroy rational thought and science by insisting
that everyone fall into the "Big God" camp of cosmology. No doubt we are
both delusional, but I really must ask, what ARE the right wing political
activists up to?
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