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Richard Dawkins justifies faith in science

Richard Dawkins justifies faith in science

(1:26) Richard Dawkins is asked how he would justify that scientific evidence is the basis for finding the truth.

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MissAlanius MissAlanius (1670 days ago)
Richslap!
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Richslap!
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Guest: steve-o (1669 days ago)
Is this the worlds most stupid question? Comparing believing evidence to believing in make-belief? Can't get my head around the stupidity of the questioner. Or have I got it wrong??
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Is this the worlds most stupid question? Comparing believing evidence to believing in make-belief? Can't get my head around the stupidity of the questioner. Or have I got it wrong??
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Latest comment: I'm not sure you got it wrong, but I think the questioner mis-stated what he wanted to say. The argument I believe he was trying to make (which for the record I myself do not support) is..... "How does one have 'faith' in a system that changes. Scientific theories are always changing and evolving as we get more evidence. How can you have faith that such a changeable system has it 'right'."
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Latest comment: I'm not sure you got it wrong, but I think the questioner mis-stated what he wanted to say. The argument I believe he was trying to make (which for the record I myself do not support) is..... "How does one have 'faith' in a system that changes. Scientific theories are always changing and evolving as we get more evidence. How can you have faith that such a changeable system has it 'right'."
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