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Magic vs. Science
Flashlight Antics at 1:48PM, Dec. 28, 2007
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I like getting discussions like this one going.

Many say that the human race is useless without it's tools and technology. But the many geeks and D&D nerds say that life would be better if we knew magic. So let's pretend that we do, for a second. Would you learn it? Or is science too natural to you to give up?

In short, which is better…magic or science?
“Vita est tristis tunc vos pereo”
-Latin, literally translated “Life sucks then you die”
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Ruan Blaze at 10:25AM, Dec. 29, 2007
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I say magic
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Flashlight Antics at 11:32PM, Dec. 29, 2007
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Personally, I agree. But then again…a combination of the two is also very fun =D
“Vita est tristis tunc vos pereo”
-Latin, literally translated “Life sucks then you die”
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Rentorian at 10:46AM, Jan. 1, 2008
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It all depends on the way that the magic works. In cases where magic is extreamly rare then sceince is usually the better of the two. If magic is commonplace then it is generally the better of the two. Although it seems that mgaic tends to advance faster than technology in most cases. It would be best for technology and magic to be combined. Magic being used to assist in the advance of science and science being used in order to make magic be used more effectively.
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opdisk225 at 5:14AM, Jan. 10, 2009
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I would say I like magic better…
My classmate even had a dream where our school was taken over by a Korean army and we had to fight them off using our magic essences…
Weird as it is it kind of makes magic superior of the two…
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HugoSIII at 7:49PM, Aug. 18, 2009
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I more agreed with rentorian opinion, but even if the magic and science are really similar and make the things works like a part of the all not like a absolute power or better that other they have is weak and strong point.
Also if you see the magic use many ways of science, has the science also use the magic, even when the lines of this are almost imperceptible, soo in some point of view you can see the magic like a science or the science like a magic.

So for me is more like a tie.
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