The majority of both scientists and Theists do love their kids.... their spouses... their parents and grandparents and of course their dogs! A significant percentage of both scientists and Theists are also educators...... who invest many years of study to become qualified to teach their specialty...... A significant percentage of both scientists as well as Theists have English as a first language..... which is very good news for the future of this discussion forum. I taught English as a second language in Quito, Ecuador from January of 2001 until April of 2002 which was quite a privilege for a guy who had worked at forestry and other menial jobs for all of my life. I plead guilty to having been somewhat bitten by the "Educator Virus"........ so my apologies for my having some sort of diabolical plan for just about every discussion that I begin......... .... I also taught my step son from my first failed marriage to play chess in 1990 and within four months he was Nova Scotia champion for Grade five students. I took him to the Canadian national championships on the March break of 1991, and he did win against the Grade five champion from Saskatchewan, one of the only other provinces in Canada with a population of only one million. I am of the belief that a very high percentage of scientists as well as Theists may be able to come together regarding an alternative theory on stabilization of the climate that would tend to hit Theists with a touch of guilt regarding our having terribly failed at: "And the LORD God took the man, and put him into the garden of Eden to dress it and to keep it." (Genesis 2:15) The majority of scientists and the majority of Theists do recognize the fact that our children and grandchildren will inherit this earth........ a lot of room for improvement could be made in how we apply the very basic principles of "environmentalism."