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2011-10-09

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< * So far, the results of the sigil have been...interesting. It's been an experience that, I suspect, any practitioner of magic would immediately point to and say, "That's ''exactly'' how magic works;" whereas a hardcore <font strike>skeptic</font> (which I've been, at least until recently) would pooh-pooh the results and say I'm inventing a justification for the fact that nothing happened. I'll go into this in more detail tomorrow.

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> * So far, the results of the sigil have been...interesting. It's been an experience that, I suspect, any practitioner of magic would immediately point to and say, "That's ''exactly'' how magic works;" whereas a hardcore cynic (which I've been, at least until recently) would pooh-pooh the results and say I'm inventing a justification for the fact that nothing happened. I'll go into this in more detail tomorrow.
> ** Edit: I originally wrote that as "hardcore skeptic," which is incorrect. I'm a skeptic and will always be one. Skepticism isn't the outright denial of anything, including magic; rather, it's the ability to keep an open mind, question, and encourage experimentation, exploration and research rather than outright denial. A cynic says, "You're wrong because that's just stupid, end of story." A skeptic says, "You're wrong because of the evidence, here and here. See?"