Living the Scientific Life (Scientist, Interrupted)

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Physicist Richard Feynman talks about the improbability of the existence of a god, and his thoughts about the mythologies that form the basis of religion.

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  1. #1 MadScientist
    May 17, 2010

    Why is it that scientists express uncertainty about some things despite knowing so much, and the religious are absolutely certain about so many things which they know absolutely nothing about nor do they have any evidence whatsoever for their claims. Religion isn’t “another way of knowing” it’s an old way of promulgating ignorance.

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