It seems rather ignorant of you to assume all scientists are on the side of the fence 'there is no God.', especially considering the only reason you seem to be agnostic is so you won't lose arguments with religious people, while at heart believing there is no god. I am not sure if you are aware, but part of the basis of science's ideology is the willingness to evolve and change with new evidence. So far, there is NO evidence of God, therefore science has no proof or reason to support belief of God. That doesn't mean if new evidence suggested a phenomena similar to the God concept that scientist' wouldn't change their view. No, scientists don't push their ideology into their theories, they extrapolate theories based upon empirical evidence. Please do not mistake scientists or science with religion. Lastly, your half baked idea, is it possible to be in all positions simultaneously? No. Some positions are contradictory with each other, and unless you want to denounce anything remotely based in logic, then I would advice against this notion.