Quotes like this can seem fanciful and silly to people who see themselves as realists. They would talk about science etc., but of course most of modern science involves a great deal of inference. And a huge amount of it—as has always been the case—will be proven wrong and replaced by more complete theories. But we will never come to the end of knowledge because our expansion breeds more expansion, so the more we know the larger the universe of things-to-know gets.
We must always keep our minds open to possibility. If we do, then the world can know “scientific miracles” that revolutionise science itself—and that will happen simply because someone believed they could do something outside of the bounds of current science, which is also sometimes known as magic.
Tribal cultures who still live their original ways are comfortable with the idea of a Shaman’s knowledge being…
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