The vicious circle of religion.

Discussion in 'Religion Archives' started by aaqucnaona, Dec 13, 2011.


Is the evagelical movement in Usa a threat to science?

  1. Yes, absolutely.

  2. No, but it gets in the way.

  3. No, not at all.

  4. Yes, but science is not in danger.

  1. wynn ˙ Valued Senior Member

    Riiight, Ms Pokerface.

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  3. GeoffP Caput gerat lupinum Valued Senior Member

    Why? Because you say she's Ms. Pokerface?
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  5. aaqucnaona This sentence is a lie Valued Senior Member

    You mean I am not old enough to know what I should think?
    Please explain/ backup your statement because I beg to differ.
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  7. wynn ˙ Valued Senior Member

    With age, you might begin to value personal experience and realization.

    You are operating out of personal experience and realization now as well, but being younger, you have less of them than someone several decades your senior, for example.
    The way you assess the claims other people make is strongly guided by your personal experience and realization anyway, however much or little thereof you currently have.

    Some things change, there occur some internal shifts, as one gains more personal experience and realization.
  8. wynn ˙ Valued Senior Member

    GeoffP - rhetorics: F-.
  9. The Esotericist Getting the message to Garcia Valued Senior Member

    The United States Federal Government, and the corporations it protects, along with the universities they both have vested interests in are both greater threats to real science. Science should remain unbiased and objective. As long as there are moneyed political interests in science, it will not be. Government and corporations are far more powerful than evangelical politics.

    Most scientists have been so thoroughly indoctrinated, they are blind to their bias. That is how vicious and dangerous the government and corporations are to science. Who gives a shit about evangelicals. Their reach stops at the Pacific and the Atlantic. The Jesuits' and the Zionists' reach are global, and they don't give one wit about god, they hunger only for power. Their organizations are ostensibly atheist, caring only about the ruling of man's productive capacity here on Earth. If that means obfuscation about the laws of nature and the reality of the cosmos, well then, so be it.
  10. Aqueous Id flat Earth skeptic Valued Senior Member

    I see you are unbiased and objective. Congratulations.

    Phobias galore, the stuff of religion.

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