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October 13, 2011


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Marb your post about Jobs is uncharacteristically simplistic. Contrasting 'scientific literacy' and 'unscientific' faith sounds like something out of the Republican debates, with no more intellectual heft than a sound bite. It seems to imply he killed himself because he didn't just follow mainstream AMA health solutions. I feel quite sure that Jobs considered everything he did quite thoroughly and critically, and that would include matters of health of both mind and body.
I suppose you must be one of the Generation X'ers who continue to label California boomers as all stoned idiots high on 'hippie spirituality,' but that's a painfully easy generalization to read from a smart fellow like yourself.


Contrasting science with faith makes me sound Republican? Uh - this, I don't understand.

It may be that his superstitious attachment to non-scientific healing methods shortened his life. That's all. Maybe he knew that and was at ease with it. But it's interesting.


We can't understand why a brilliant man Steve jobs choose to take alternative medicine to cure his illness.

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