Re: A typical scientist? (Re: Evidence . . . .

Gil Hardwick (
Mon, 22 May 1995 02:36:42 GMT

In article <>, "J. P. Gilliver" ( writes:
>To change the tack from this boring sniping: astronomers do indeed have nothing
>much to write about - or, rather, they have much nothing. They have a lot more
>nothing than most of us (including me) can grasp at all - and most of it is far
>purer nothing than the rest of us can get hold of, as well.

We agree then! Wonderful!

Let us simply conclude that all that nothing provides fertile ground
for the human imagination; we just can't resist the temptation to fill
it all up with something, now can we. Anything at all, it seems.