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You can't trust science because it is forever changing

You can't trust science because it is forever changing

Whatever science discovers, it will certainly change again. And science is always changing its mind, so it's unreliable. Obvious, rational and logical thoughts, right? Wrong.

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MissAlanius MissAlanius (3791 days ago)
Science tries to figure out the truth, religion makes it up. It's your choice which you follow.
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Science tries to figure out the truth, religion makes it up. It's your choice which you follow.
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Guest: (3791 days ago)
Sex?
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Sex?
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Guest: (3788 days ago)
Yes please
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Yes please
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Guest: (3792 days ago)
'Learning' not 'changing our minds' i hate religion
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'Learning' not 'changing our minds' i hate religion
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Guest: (3792 days ago)
Good and evil is done in the name of both philosophies: Nuclear and biological weapons have to be reckoned on science's side. The first schools and hospitals in the developing world on religion's side. The fundamental attribution error is key here, otherwise both sides just try and compile lists whose comparison is meaningless.
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Good and evil is done in the name of both philosophies: Nuclear and biological weapons have to be reckoned on science's side. The first schools and hospitals in the developing world on religion's side. The fundamental attribution error is key here, otherwise both sides just try and compile lists whose comparison is meaningless.
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forrester106 forrester106 (3791 days ago)
science may have made nuclear bombs. but science did not commission the scientists to to build them, nor did science use them. It's the individuals with power which can be stupid or not. Unfortunately for religion, religious folk are predisposed to believe notions which are not based on verifiable reasoning
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science may have made nuclear bombs. but science did not commission the scientists to to build them, nor did science use them. It's the individuals with power which can be stupid or not. Unfortunately for religion, religious folk are predisposed to believe notions which are not based on verifiable reasoning
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Guest: Elpis Israel (3792 days ago)
You obviously do not understand much about, the Edenic covenant, the Abrahamic covenant nor the Davidic covenant. It is easy to mock that which you do not understand.
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You obviously do not understand much about, the Edenic covenant, the Abrahamic covenant nor the Davidic covenant. It is easy to mock that which you do not understand.
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Guest: (3792 days ago)
Additionally, it is very easy to mock people who believe "God" made us, very very easy to mock
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Additionally, it is very easy to mock people who believe "God" made us, very very easy to mock
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Guest: dotEdgeme (3705 days ago)
hi! I,m here for the first time and this is really great site. My name is Pola. I'd like to invite everybody to my blog. I write about my favourite hobbies: crochet, knitting, cross-stitching and others. I love laughing, meeting new people and making my world beautiful. Come and see ... Szydelkowanie
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hi! I,m here for the first time and this is really great site. My name is Pola. I'd like to invite everybody to my blog. I write about my favourite hobbies: crochet, knitting, cross-stitching and others. I love laughing, meeting new people and making my world beautiful. Come and see ... Szydelkowanie
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UncleSam UncleSam (3786 days ago)
Or you could just argue that science is closer to the truth than anything else, and therefore, should be followed? The thing is, religion has been utterly disproved by science, which, without malice, showed the world what it is. To quote Neil Young: "...the aimless blade of science slashed the pearly gates." Moreover, it is disingenuous to state that science cannot be trusted because it always changes its mind; this is what makes science so great! A better phrase would be "science is constantly modifying itself," whereby it adjusts based on new, and improved, evidence.
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Or you could just argue that science is closer to the truth than anything else, and therefore, should be followed? The thing is, religion has been utterly disproved by science, which, without malice, showed the world what it is. To quote Neil Young: "...the aimless blade of science slashed the pearly gates." Moreover, it is disingenuous to state that science cannot be trusted because it always changes its mind; this is what makes science so great! A better phrase would be "science is constantly modifying itself," whereby it adjusts based on new, and improved, evidence.
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UncleSam UncleSam (3786 days ago)
It is rare that science (especially modern science with its refined scientific method) gets something completely wrong; gone are the days when the earth is no longer flat, or, the sun doesn't revolve around the earth. Fantastic revelations at the time, unlikely in the modern era. It is slight modifications nowadays: such as an archeologist adjusting the phylogeny of man due to new fossil evidence. The theory of natural selection isn't disproved, it has been reinforced by added evidence to the scientific literature. Behind every criticism of modern science, there is a bitter person funding or telling lies "for God."
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It is rare that science (especially modern science with its refined scientific method) gets something completely wrong; gone are the days when the earth is no longer flat, or, the sun doesn't revolve around the earth. Fantastic revelations at the time, unlikely in the modern era. It is slight modifications nowadays: such as an archeologist adjusting the phylogeny of man due to new fossil evidence. The theory of natural selection isn't disproved, it has been reinforced by added evidence to the scientific literature. Behind every criticism of modern science, there is a bitter person funding or telling lies "for God."
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Guest: (3789 days ago)
It's very very easy to mix up things, assuming that all religious people reject scientific evidence, ignoring the fact that even this video contains something unscientific - values. How can you talk of a "contribution to mankind" if there's nothing but scientific evidence? You'd better direct your energy towards creating a better society. And yes, science can contribute a lot to finding ways to optimize society according to certain values, but it can't produce these values.
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It's very very easy to mix up things, assuming that all religious people reject scientific evidence, ignoring the fact that even this video contains something unscientific - values. How can you talk of a "contribution to mankind" if there's nothing but scientific evidence? You'd better direct your energy towards creating a better society. And yes, science can contribute a lot to finding ways to optimize society according to certain values, but it can't produce these values.
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Guest: Noone special (3789 days ago)
All these vids from Atheists etc... why do they do this? Are they scarred of something? Or are they trying to raise their self esteem for what they believe (or not)? SCIENCE is here to find the "reaction" of things and we use that knowleg to make our lives better (or just win a war ;) RELIGION is here to give as the "reason" of things and we use that knowleg to feel better and hope (or just pray to win a war ;)
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All these vids from Atheists etc... why do they do this? Are they scarred of something? Or are they trying to raise their self esteem for what they believe (or not)? SCIENCE is here to find the "reaction" of things and we use that knowleg to make our lives better (or just win a war ;) RELIGION is here to give as the "reason" of things and we use that knowleg to feel better and hope (or just pray to win a war ;)
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Guest: (3786 days ago)
you say 'all these vids from atheists'. But what about 'all those churches from christians', or 'all those mosques from muslims' ? If religion has a right to a voice, then so do the people who have no religion, but where are atheists to congregate to be heard? Guess the internet will do!
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you say 'all these vids from atheists'. But what about 'all those churches from christians', or 'all those mosques from muslims' ? If religion has a right to a voice, then so do the people who have no religion, but where are atheists to congregate to be heard? Guess the internet will do!
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Guest: dotEdgeme (3703 days ago)
Latest comment: great Come and see ... Szydelkowanie
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Latest comment: great Come and see ... Szydelkowanie
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Guest: (3792 days ago)
I have waited so long for this. I have seen lots of videos of religious "nut jobs", picking holes in science, then a scientists completely rips the **** out of religion. It is so good to finally see a video that NO religious person in the world can argue with, every point is valid and proves the weakness of religion. Anyway, at the end of the day it is down to your own opinion (however deluded that may be). Thank You and Good Night.
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I have waited so long for this. I have seen lots of videos of religious "nut jobs", picking holes in science, then a scientists completely rips the **** out of religion. It is so good to finally see a video that NO religious person in the world can argue with, every point is valid and proves the weakness of religion. Anyway, at the end of the day it is down to your own opinion (however deluded that may be). Thank You and Good Night.
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