Thanks for the clarification. I am saying roughly that, yes. A personal attack is a weapon of last resort. I am a big- time science freak.. the complexity of the various branches leave me awed. However, my point really is this.. What is the point of investing so much money and time into discrediting Einstein? I could understand the attempt to decode the universe to improve daily lives and the defense thereof. The simple desire to disprove the existence of God is getting a little old. I tell my own children to remember the story of the Garden of Eden, two trees were there. Trust in God or Trust in man’s pursuit of knowledge. Your choice.
Not sure if it's really the scientists that seem to want to do this (discredit Einstein), or those in the media, looking for a big story. A little like taking down Nixon, during Watergate.
What did Albert know, and when did he know it?
You didn’t like the answer?
Science is not an attempt to disprove God. Science is an attempt by the most successful religion in the history of the universe to understand God’s creation.
Christianity is the rational religion and is responsible for creating all of the current scientific disciplines.
What an odd point of view for you to take.
Individual liberty, personal responsibility and faith in a Divine supreme being works fabulously in mundane day to day society while unpredictable results-determined subatomic activities allow—as per Schrodinger--the first man observing the wave collapse to arbitrarily determine the properties of the latest reality—these observers of course, belong to the atheist ranks demanded by Leftist academia since Niels Bohr successfully banished Einstein's, Newton's, Galileo's, Copernicus's etc etc God from Physics...the "scientific" passing of the torch, as it were, to Freud, Darwin and Marx, of "empirically proved" moral relativism which falsely and evilly established the "justness" of politically imposed Leftist infallibility...as such currently the so-called "God Particle" is desperately to be discovered and disingenuously dissected so as to ideologically and politically reduce the term to simple, "particle.""