posted on Mar, 25 2013 @ 04:14 PM
Originally posted by GetLogic
I believe religion was still necessary for the advancement of our species. It is sort of a precursor to law. Once humans were introduced to religion
they became more than just animals. However with the advent of science I believe that religion is no longer necessary and that we must abolish it to
move on as a species. Good thread my friend.
Religion yes or at least gain understanding of what the spiritual knowledge the religions point at. I know some people here will believe science is
right and superstition is wrong. But maybe the the scientist should try to understand why people really believe what they believe. If you do not seek
what truelly is and disregard thing because you do not like what they point at then you will never seek what is true an only create a system of lies.
The scientist should learn from Galileo Galilei and never be to sure of how much they know. Sometimes it is good to start over totally and not build
on others since some thing you take for granted as proven can be completly wrong.
When science start to prove synchronicity (11:11 phenomena) and really quantifies the placebo effect then I will be interested again in what they are
saying. As long as scientist runs away from uncomfortable hard questions/observation of reality then I will still think of them as small minded even
if it is not fair since they might not have observed the effect like me.
Whoever seek and observe and try to limit the own preconceived ideas of what is the truth will push the limit of their possibility to understand what