So, how much does a consensus in science matter when it comes to believing something that goes against it.a) For other scientists (in fields relevant to the issue)?b) For non-scientists? My answers…Continue
It's probably just a crazy thought, but could circular reasoning be reasonable when it comes to existence? I'm going to expand on that, but not before acknowledging that some problems with this…Continue
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What is wrong with these people? Is it just the idea that science is making them reconsider their cozy little bubble they've created and which they call Universe? Do these people have an agenda to discredit science in every way possible, or is it just the infatuation to prove the smartest people on Earth that they're plain wrong? I just don't get it.
I've found this site, called RelativityChallenge.com, which tries to…Continue
I live in Romania, Europe and I continue to be amazed by the irrationality that seems to govern this country. The Romanian Constitution stipulates that Romania is a secular state, but it certainly doesn't act as it should.
Let's start with the religion that is being taught in schools. No, not private, faith schools, but public schools. Romania, a secular state, preaches students religion, not for one or two years, but for... twelve. I said "preaches" and not "teaches",…Continue
I became an agnostic atheist when I embraced the power of reason and, more important, the power of nature in its astonishing complexity. If there is something I really believe in, it's that the world is too mysterious and complex for a mind as primitive as our own to fully understand. No supernatural explanation can ever be as beautiful and refreshing as the natural one.
Frater Ravus once said: "Faith does not give you the answers; it just stops you asking the questions.".… Continue