Posted: Nov 17, 2010 1:23 pm
by Rubicon
Wuffy wrote:While I disagree with his premise and idea's you do him a disservice by getting his question wrong.

With all his evasion and question dodging, I hadn't even gotten to that question yet.

What Darwin2 asked was if one were to be found in the afterlife, should we use the scientific method.

That is an utterly useless question. We cannot know if the scientific method is applicable if we don't even know what this afterlife is like. Should I eat cheesecake if I were to find myself in the afterlife? Should I rearrange my sock drawer? Should I bang my head against a brick wall? Are there actually bricks or walls in this afterlife? Do I even have a head?

No predictions, nothing to test or falsify > no science.