Do you consider science search for truth or a subjective agenda for validating preconceived notions?
Your answers need not be black or white. I would like to know, more specifically, how people feel about organized scientific institutions and how they collectively interpret scientific information to form beliefs inside the general populace.
Notions ... are remnants of facts ... lost.
In my opinion, Science is like a treadmill ... in the basement ... a long, long way, to the dinner table ...
My thoughts is that i considered it very well science because it gives us information and answers...about the specific details in emotions of people this matters the kind of people and there lifestyle.
by paarsurrey 8 years ago
Scientific advancement without morals and spirituality to control from Word revealed from the Creator-God Allah YHWH could destroy humanityThat is the most danger posed to humanity. A man living in Hiroshima or Nagasaki; what benefit accrued to him from the scientific advancement uncontrolled by...
by emrldphx 6 years ago
For those who are interested, I am putting together a primer on the difference between subjectivity and objectivity. Much of the disagreement in this forum is due to confusion between the two. We'll start with a comparison of the definition of the terms.SubjectivitySubjectivity is a personal...
by pburger 7 years ago
A science paper is supposedly objective truth. But if language is the medium of expression, and all language is subjective, how objective the language of science?
by amer786 5 years ago
What criteria can be used to establish evidence for the thesis of an All-Powerful God that supposedly created the universe, determined its physical laws, originated and sustains mechanism for living organisms, created what are known as spiritual attributes, and dispenses wisdom and guidance for us...
by R. Fritz 3 years ago
Is it right or wrong even though it is legal?
by Cecilia 7 years ago
The hilarious pattern of people in the forums is not realizing they are in the wrong genre.There is a scientific discussion and then the churchgoers who know nothing about science pipes in.Then the churchgoers want to discuss matters of faith, what the passages mean and then there's this thick lump...
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