posted on May, 23 2006 @ 06:52 PM
You had to be on the internet to start this thread. You most likely have electricity in your home. If you are old enough, you probably drive a
This is at least your second thread on why we should all just reject science. Of course you are entitled to your opinion, although in this particular
case you are doing nothing to improve the quality of this discussion board.
Sure life can exist without science. So perhaps if you ever are in a car wreck, have an infection, need dental work, or contract a disease, you
should forget going to the hospital and just stay home. I would love to see you sit patiently in your room talking down science if your appendix
should ever rupture.
All of the things I mentioned - internet, electricity, transportation, medicine - all of these exist because some Scientist asked a Scientific
question, used the Scientific method to perform a Scientific experiment, and come up with a Scientific answer.
If you cook, you engage in science. If you correspond in any manner with another, you use science. If you use indoor plumbing you reap the benefits
of science. The Amish use science and they are just about as basic as you will find in the US. People in third world nations who live in hunting and
gathering tribes and wear loin clothes engage in science (horticulture).
Now, if you would care to debate the usefulness of science with me go right ahead. As a matter of fact, if you would like an actual debate, I believe
there is a forum for that. However, any other action you take on this is just aggravating. It is frustrating and probably does quite a bit toward
driving people away from the God you want them to all know and love. What I am trying to say is that it appears that you are defeating your own
Accepting science is not rejecting God. Science is, (in my opinion) one of the highest forms of appreciation for God's creation.
So what do you say? I ask you in all sincerity and without malice or sarcasm - Please provide us with some rational, logical thought on this whole
science thing or stop the madness.