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August 23, 2005

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Eric Stern

One form of "truth" that reaches us and helps build our beliefs is the result of other people's investigations. Some of us tend to believe more those that are based on scientific evidence, usually some form of measurement that can be repeated in time and space and still give the same output.

Systems have been put in place to increase the confidence in these measurements and even to gain some knowledge about the uncertainties involved in the measurements.

I assume therefore that the strength of the beliefs can depend on our experience and the sense we get over time that our beliefs have been confirmed in the past and have served us, giving us a chance to modify those beliefs that need adjustments.

While Buddha's advice may have been very appropriate in his time, now we must find ways of relying on others and, as you say, take on increasing levels or risk.

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