posted on Jun, 24 2004 @ 12:19 AM
It doesnt try to cover up science. It tries to ignore it. Religion's views came first so they think they are right.
For example, ask most Catholics why Catholicism is right:
"Because its the oldest."
Somehow, standing the test of time gives validity, and religion is one pillar that time will most likely never blow over. Science is constatnly
changing, growing, learning, expanding, and morphing. Religion does not change because change is fear, change is admitting that something could be
better, that something wasnt right. Science admits these wrongs because it desires change, religion does not because it, like the God it preaches, is
somehow infallible. (sp?)
Heres an illustration:
Take photography. We have our good old 35mm black and white develop-aat-home know how and then we have the digital camera user. People who use 35 mm
will never accept digital because its too easy, too new. 35mm will never change. It is how it is. But digital cameras are always changing, a better
model coming out everyday. Its easier. Its faster.
Religion and science...a never ending feud over tradition vs. efficiency...even though both can be printed on the exact same paper at Eckerds for