The Religion of Science

Paarsurrey says:
I appreciate your write-up and your understanding of science and religion in a new dimension.
At a point of time the zealots of science could interpret the data of science wrongly which is not there actually and is proven wrong in the future.
The same way the zealots of religion could interpret the scripture wrongly which is not there factually.

The Interminable Frozen Pond

To understand the world, you must understand what equations mean, and not just know mathematical constructs.

We have, in the palms of our hands, the sum total of all the collected knowledge in the history of the world. At any point during any day, regardless of location, we have access to this immense information via our smart phones. Why, then, does our understanding of the universe and our existence remain no more accurate than were the Mayans or the Babylonians?

I love science. I love learning and comprehending new concepts. How can one know how to live, if one does not know what life truly is? Science, as it is now, is like religion; less interested in facts than it is in the pursuit of Truth. Science is supposedto be based on observable laws, and in accordance to the scientific method, empirically proven in order to establish factuality. Explanation and meaning of the data is…

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