Should I be correct, the 'large number of scientists' that claim to be evolutionists becomes a more equal percentage of all scientists ... validating the polarization of thought process that is a 50/50 split.
There is no up unless there is a down .. no left without a right, no in unless there is an out to compare and contrast.
Evolutionists don't want a GOD ... creationists do.
It's really that simple.
They're both religions.
“There is no up unless there is a down “
There are two sides to every piece of flypaper, too. But the fly had better be very careful on which side he lands.
Wrong. Most evolutionists are theists. Indeed most evolutionists, being theists, are creationists (just not, of course, in the antievolution/antigeology/etc sense of the term).
You talk about "validating the polarization of thought process". Well, you just did it.
Granted we all use the shorthand "creationist" here when we actually mean "antievolutionary creationist". But here you're extending this usage beyond the point where that limited and specific meaning is understood from context, and instead implying a universal and unexceptioned dichotomy between "creationists" and "evolutionists".
Properly speaking a "creationist" is anyone who accepts a (usually theological) doctrine of creation. Such a person may or may not reject evolution, an ancient earth, and such, and may hold any of a number of differing views regarding the relationship between science and religion.