Sunday, February 17, 2013

Philosophy Wire: Meteorite, myths, history…

greeks-godsPhilosophy Wire by Spiros Kakos [2013-02-17]: Russians failed to recover any remnants of the meteorite that stroke on 15/2/2013 the Urals. [source: web news] So no “hard” evidence there. Just a bunch of witnesses, some videos, some marks on the ground and some injured. The same things we have for theasis of UFO incidents. What does make one event more plausible than the other then? And if this event is recorded in history, how will the future historians see it in 3,000 years from now? Would it be possible that they see it as a fantasy, in the same way we see numerous weird references in ancient myths as such?

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