Batty wrote:I still recall, though, that some time ago scientists stated that there were more stars in the sky than there are grains of sand on the Earth.
I still don't believe them.
Their hypothesis was based on a room full of scientists agreeing what a likely outcome was for a given question, and then using the majority opinion to conjecture what the next stage would be in the evaluation of the Heavens.
I don't think they took in to account Factor X - which is that they could be wrong and things don't always pan out as planned.
They also reasoned that space is infinite, with no proof that it actually is.
I still think that water isn't wet though!
Jan Van Quirm wrote:I knew the radiotherapy aspect as my father may have to have some soon
Although did they use radium on clock faces back then or afterwards, as I know some of the factory workers were also dropping like flies around that time, because they also were unaware of the ill effects?
So Im still convinced that Science is king in this particular instance
Jan Van Quirm wrote:Chemo is certainly not so beneficial on the picking up infections front, but then it's also reduced his cancer to half the size... He has a 2 month break on the cancer meds now, but radiotherapy may well be the next step. He's strong enough for now anyway which has to be good, despite the strong medicine
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