from Badi blog
http://badiblog.blogspot.com/2008/02/in ... agape.html
Daniel was a prophet, not a scientist. Yet as far as is known, he was the inventor of the controlled experiment. Not just of the controlled dietary study, but he invented the entire methodology of the double blind, controlled experiment, which of course is the heart and soul of the scientific method. Yet ironically his invention is uncredited and rarely mentioned. Here is one of the few references I found on the web:
http://www.jameslindlibrary.org/trial_r ... ntary.html
Our persistent, willful ignorance is very strange. Why is there no mention of this anywhere in our education? Even advanced history of science courses, even religious studies courses ignore the fact that the inventor of science was a prophet of God! Surely this should be taught as early as Grade Two and emphasized throughout our education.
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