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We are unable to prorate week-long camps due to planned or unexpected absences. October Vacation Camp. Geology Rocks! Friday, October 18, am-3 pm Grades: K-5th.

Is Real Knowledge Only Scientific Knowledge? : Strange Notions

And to talk of either adding to, or taking from, it, by legislation, is just as false, absurd, and ridiculous as it would be to talk of adding to, or taking from, mathematics, chemistry, or any other science, by legislation. On the other hand, if there be no such principle as justice, or natural law, then every human being came into the world utterly destitute of rights; and coming into the world destitute of rights, he must necessarily forever remain so.

Observation vs Inference: How Scientists Study the Natural World

For if no one brings any rights with him into the world, clearly no one can ever have any rights of his own, or give any to another. And the consequence would be that mankind could never have any rights; and for them to talk of any such things as their rights, would be to talk of things that never had, never will have, and never can have any existence.

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