posted on Mar, 31 2011 @ 09:42 PM
Originally posted by wtbengineer
reply to post by MrXYZ
Your statements are just not accurate. There are a lot of scientists who see a pattern in all of what exists that they can not attribute to random
I'll step in f or MrXYZ for a second and say that "a pattern in all of what exists" is not the opposite of "The Theory of Evolution." I would also ask
you to provide evidence for that claim; what you mean by "a lot" could be less than 1% of scientists.
Originally posted by Lawgiver
these creationists are tax paying citizens in this country. they aren't breaking laws, they just believe in a different way of how things came to be.
its not a crime, and they shouldn't be punished for believing what they want to believe. its america.
They aren't breaking any laws, but the public influences what laws are made and where money gets directed. Also, no one is proposing that they be
punished at all
Originally posted by Lawgiverand even though a majority of scientists are athiests, a majority of physicists actually are not.
I don't think that's accurate. You're also implying that physicists have a higher authority than the rest of the scientific community. On some claims,
yes. On others, not at all.
edit on 31-3-2011 by PieKeeper because: condensed