In an article headed "The Unnatural Nature of Science" the respected Professor Wolpert of the Department of Developmental Biology at the University College and Middlesex School of Medicine has written in to correct Professor Rose. "In his review of my book The Unnatural Nature of Science Steven Rose rightly points out," writes Professor Wolpert, "that central to my thesis is that science only arose once, in Greece. [He means to write "arose only once."] He asserts, however, that I have neglected the 'many other forms of science created in other cultures - African, Chinese, Indian and Muslim.' I know" Professor Wolpert continues "of no evidence to justify the concept of alternative forms of science. All science is essentially the same. My challenge to Professor Rose then is to provide evidence for other forms of science."
Do members agree with Professor Wolpert that there is only one science? Or would theosophy for instance do?
Professor Rose has written a bit in the Guardian about how "the military" are planning to control our brains, which members may care to memorize before it is too late:
As a scientist myself, I would go further, Sydney Grew. Everything is essentially the same, however different we may seem! In terms of mathematics, for example, we approach unity (1)!
In terms of biology, we are all cousins, however distant. Genetically, I am about 60% banana! So are you, Sydney Grew! Whether we wear Levi's or some other genes is really neither here nor there!
In terms of chemistry, we are all essentially composed of the same elements, based on carbon. Diamonds are forever? In terms of physics, we are all but vagrants on a piece of (star) dust called Earth! Enjoy what remains!