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Science and Magic

Are Science and Magic complementary or forever at odds? I have been a part of some great discussions on this topic. This is a platform to continue those discussions.

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Started by Spiralmatrix. Last reply by cluthin drew Oct 8, 2018. 1 Reply

so, i thought people here might be interested in these videos on the topic.#1…Continue

Bombs Vs Hurricanes and Tornatos

Started by Millinial Mar 3, 2018. 0 Replies

I remember a story about the US airforce considering doping bombs into tornado's and hurricane's center and, exploding the bombs or using magic to disrupt the motion and could cause other wind events…Continue

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Comment by Millinial on February 26, 2018 at 12:57am

I was thinking of making a sg1 style replicator using ionic propulsion controls, hover mode and more.

I think that the ionic replicators would be able to be controlled via Arduino.

Having the medals needed the ionic propulsion built into the replicator building blocks awesome, the Ionic Propulsion is hard to tame and needs alot of safety precautions.

Ionic Propulsion is fast, really fast and takes quite some learning the controls.

Comment by Caerulea Mosaica on December 5, 2013 at 10:27am

The weird thing I find about fellow magicians is the tendency not to "dismiss" science per se, but certainly never to integrate it into their works.

This strikes me as especially strange given that alchemy, one of the most influential occult movements in Europe for a few centuries, actually used science as a cornerstone, and even discovered several elements that now appear on the Periodic Table of Elements.

I find it hard to find sources related to reintegrating modern science with magic, aside from maybe networking with fellow pagans.  It's like magicians all but decided to throw science away a century ago.  It's strange.


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