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Also about science and proven+318How Science Works: One group/person discovers something or makes a breakthrough, and then most their colleagues try to prove them wrong... over and over, generation after generation- the idea isn't accepted as fact until it's absolutely proven. Supporting something without proof is counter to everything science is, therefore, the idea that science is "lying" to us is pretty stupid, amirite?
Also about science, prove, and faith+238Science and religion have been criticized for many years. In all honesty, you can't a hundred percent prove which topic is true and which one is false because both sides involve faith for their beliefs to be true. amirite?
Also about science and limited+381Science isnt limited by the technology we have, it's limited by the scientists who wont try, amirite?
Also about science, prove, and faith+74Atheists: It is incredibly annoying when theists try to poke holes in science and show how we're stupid to believe that. At least we have evidence, no matter how little, to prove something, all they have is faith. What sucks the most is we can't make this argument back without sounding like another one of those pretentious douchebags trying to shove Atheism down everyones throat, amirite?
Also about science, scientific, and faith+55Aside from the peculiarity in the fact objections only arise once it contradicts their religious belief, it doesn't make sense for someone of faith to all of the sudden become staunchly analytic of science and its findings. Say they do find the specific evidence for a scientific theory not to be compelling and even poor evidence altogether; previously, faith was a great virtue. So, it's ironic the skeptics they then become. It's important to discuss, then: Why the double standard? amirite?
Also about science, proven, and theories-114If you think about it, gravity really can't be proven true. Sure, it's a theory, but that's all it is, a theory. Now I'm not saying that gravity doesn't exist, I do believe in it, but it is very possible that another explanation could exist. For example, maybe the earth is constantly moving upwards at 9 m/s, so that's why we stay on Earth. We should be open to all possibilities and theories because science isn't always correct, amirite?