Bertrand Russell Quote

Supposing you got a crate of oranges that you opened, and you found all the top layer of oranges bad, you would not argue, "The underneath ones must be good, so as to redress the balance"; You would say, "Probably the whole lot is a bad consignment"; and that is really what a scientific person would say about the universe.


Why I Am Not a Christian: And Other Essays on Religion and Related, Subjects, Why I Am Not A Christian (p. 13)

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Supposing you got a crate of oranges that you opened, and you found all the top layer of oranges bad, you would not argue, The underneath ones must...

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Supposing you got a crate of oranges that you opened, and you found all the top layer of oranges bad, you would not argue, The underneath ones must...