All sound very GLis, and I am sure it is done.
Quoting Keith Nellist <keithnellist_at_Q6wU97_L3_ipBb03IGWA79p6GEptXVtpjzxKkEQn-tlKfh-nOeKFshPYg9KjB5fiq5pMte8a9tk6dLDIVUIS.yahoo.invalid>:
> The World of GloranthaI would sugges that a feature of the more
> advanced Godlearners would be that they deduced somehow that a lot
> of 'superstitions' or practices either had no measurable effect and
> therefore ignored them (only to be proved wrong later on) or abused
> them (such as force marching their enemies under multiple ladders to
> curse them with bad luck).
> A Godlearner might go around recording superstitions to see if there
> is any useful power to be derived from them, or testing them
c/o Greg Stafford
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Berkeley, CA 94704 USA
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