|Originally posted by Fledz |
When scientists say there is no God, most mean any God similar to that claimed by different religions. Not the complete and absolute absence of a higher power. You don't need to be an atheist to be a scientist.
Actually, a good share of sciences and philosophers alike would dismiss the whole idea of "a higher power out there" entirely.
Coming up with a natural world is already very unlikely and a problem that needs answering (well, maybe "need" is too strong a word). However, postulating a supernatural world above this natural world just makes everything ever worse. If you believe a higher power created/designed/inspired the natural world, then where did this power come from? We're just moving the answer forward.
|Originally said by Maurice Moss|
I came here to kick ass and drink milk... and I've just finished my milk