Saturday, February 4, 2012

Science vs religion

E=MC2 explains everything. It's a lot like the definition of God who always was and always will be, the I am who am.
Neither the existence of God nor the non existence of God can be proven for a simple reason. God is not a thing. Only things can be proven to exist or not exist. Very difficult to prove a negative.
Religion is belief while science is knowledge, although scientific conclusions usually start out as a belief.
Belief is what we do when we don't know – and we need to remember thought is energy being emitted from gray matter, the brain.
To a greater extent than we like to admit, religion, just like science, compartmentalizes our thoughts. We think in terms of black and white, right and wrong, either/or. But returning to E=MC2, we see a constant bleeding of one into the other. The spiritual is but a form of the material. Neither the spiritual nor the material could exist without the other.
To steal from a song, "I've looked at clouds from both sides now, From up and down, and still somehow, It's cloud illusions I recall, I really don't know clouds, at all"

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