Scientists should be busy trying to disproving ID rather than aborting the thought of it. Yet they are not scientists enough to do what they advocate to do, to let science itself decide.
And how would they go about doing that? How do you disprove the existence/influence of a supernatural force? Tell me what scientists could show that would disprove ID.
[hint] There isn't any way. That's why ID can't be a "theory."
How do you disprove the existence/influence of a supernatural force?
You confuse faith/religious-belief and superstition/occutism.
If I fly an airplane and do not do it properly, I die. I live by my faith in my skills. The religious does the same. He certainly cannot prove analyticaly readily that God exist, but he can live by God and die by God, and that is acceptable proof or "honest to God" trial of value in science.
Scientists work in labs, and they never live by what they do. I know aero engineers who are afraid of flying airplanes, yet believe they have seniority above pilots.
If scientists lived by evolution they'd die, they'd never make it as scientists, that, I can tell you that for sure. What does it say about their confidence in their own "proven" theory? And GUESS WHAT! It is the occultic and superstitious who themselves make others go through their alchemies and experiments.
I find it strange that both the superstitious and the occultic have the same general lack of ethics:
1. they do not live by their science, they make others do so
2. they have a conflict of interest between their domain/job and their request to have such funded by the government. They assume they can be judge of how much money they should get.
posted on 12/03/2005 7:57:26 AM PST
(Condemn me, make me naked and kill me, or be silent for ever on my gun ownership and law enforcement)
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