Is turbulence providing a stumbling block for the progress of science and technology?
To be turbulent is to be disorderly, unstable or stochastic. What we call turbulence has many different forms, notably of the the kind that can make planes fall out of the sky, but also in electronic noise, fluid flow and weather, arrhythmic heartbeats, etc. The maths behind turbulence is so complicated that a million-dollar prize is associated with it. As science progresses, will it become necessary to tame turbulence and perhaps even control it?
By Turbulence you mean Religion, yes? That has set back Scientific progress at least a thousand years.
by sir_tallest 11 years ago
Pride can be a stumbling block to progress and oppotunity....how can it be controlled or stopped
by pisean282311 10 years ago
Jesus is a "stumbling block" who makes "the majority of the world err to serve a divinity besides God".Even Jesus the Nazarene who imagined that he would be Messiah and was killed by the court, was already prophesied by Daniel. So that it was said, "And the members of the...
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