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Nov
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comment What was the character of the Sylva Sylvarum that differentiated it from previous works?
So improve, rather than remove. We're all in this together. Look forward to your edits
Nov
5
comment What was the character of the Sylva Sylvarum that differentiated it from previous works?
I welcome edits rather the outright removal. The point of the now-edited portion is that examples, like physical laws, do not change. We can have misinterpreted the mechanism that caused the phenomena of which we made observations, but there exists an immutability to 'the things' that drove/underlaid the occurrences. As such, was it the quality of Bacon's observations that made his work a milestone? Was it something else?
Nov
5
revised What was the character of the Sylva Sylvarum that differentiated it from previous works?
typo
Oct
16
awarded  Nice Question
Oct
14
revised Were the (early 17th C) arrivers/colonists to North America (USA) outcasts from European societies?
added link to passenger list
Oct
14
comment Were the (early 17th C) arrivers/colonists to North America (USA) outcasts from European societies?
Thanks, I think this was a really good contribution even so-long-after the original / primary discussion.
Oct
4
awarded  Yearling
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awarded  Explainer
Jul
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awarded  Curious
Apr
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awarded  Popular Question
Dec
12
revised What similarities exist between the Kalapas theory from Subcontinental Indians, and the modern theory of atom?
attempted to make more neutral - abate Skeptic Responses
Dec
12
comment Iranian casualties during the first world war (1917-1919)?
@Alfi, I'll vote to close this later today, unless you makes edits to focus on a single answerable question, and frame your source / citations around that. You should feel free to ask multiple good questions
Dec
12
comment What similarities exist between the Kalapas theory from Subcontinental Indians, and the modern theory of atom?
I've edited the question to try to make it more neutral and historically-comparative –and thus less subject to Skeptic Responses. Feel free to make more concise / less wordy.
Dec
12
suggested suggested edit on What similarities exist between the Kalapas theory from Subcontinental Indians, and the modern theory of atom?
Dec
12
comment What similarities exist between the Kalapas theory from Subcontinental Indians, and the modern theory of atom?
I think this answer both provides edifying historical material, and espouses ad hoc opinions that are inappropriate color to cultural knowledge for which the author may well lack meaningful involvement.
Nov
18
comment Were any drugs (except alcohol) forbidden during medieval or ancient times?
Considering that people were exorcized, lynched, or subject to other mob mentality for 'acting possessed' or being taken with lunacy' – I presume that hallucinogenic substances would have been considered some-form-of-dangerous
Nov
6
reviewed Leave Open Could invocation and revocation of bastardry be used to manipulate primogeniture?
Oct
28
reviewed Close When did the Charismatic Movement start?
Oct
28
reviewed Close Is that true that somebody was punished by the Catholic Church for believing that a fly had six feet?
Oct
28
reviewed Leave Open Origins of Baptist colonists