Video| Fine Tuning from the Top Scientists

Discussion in 'Politics & Religion' started by jem, Mar 3, 2013.

  1. jem

    jem

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  2. jem

    jem

    This counters most of the lies we have seen from the et anti science nutter types who like to oppose science with scientism and nutter garbage.

    Stu, FC the others
     
  3. pspr

    pspr

    Us realists look at the facts and then arrive at a conclusion. The nutters arrive at a conclusion and then look for or manipulate facts to support that conclusion.
     
  4. uh uh you know the stu bots run 24/7 don't you?
     
  5. and yet the vast majority of astrophysicists etc are atheists. hmmmm. I guess they need jem to tell them what they believe.
     
  6. pspr

    pspr

    The denier spits out more ignorance of the facts.
     
  7. I know you have difficulty with facts, but it is true. And green is green. Really.
     
  8. pspr

    pspr

    I'm not the one having trouble with the facts. It seems you are the only one of the many here who doesn't understand the truth.

    Maybe you should be a good little bot and run along to your next forum and post your AGW and other leftist misinformation there for a while.
     
  9. Our chosen group of "greater" scientists were members of the National Academy of Sciences (NAS). Our survey found near universal rejection of the transcendent by NAS natural scientists. Disbelief in God and immortality among NAS biological scientists was 65.2% and 69.0%, respectively, and among NAS physical scientists it was 79.0% and 76.3%. Most of the rest were agnostics on both issues, with few believers. We found the highest percentage of belief among NAS mathematicians (14.3% in God, 15.0% in immortality). Biological scientists had the lowest rate of belief (5.5% in God, 7.1% in immortality), with physicists and astronomers slightly higher (7.5% in God, 7.5% in immortality). Overall comparison figures for the 1914, 1933 and 1998 surveys appear in Table 1.


    http://www.stephenjaygould.org/ctrl/news/file002.html


    If all atheists left the USA, it would lose 70% of the National Academy of Sciences, but less than 1% of the prison population.
     
  10. soo.. futurecurrents states that green is green and then claims that gives him the intellectual high ground. Stay tuned for more stimulating exchanges on ET!
     
    #10     Mar 4, 2013