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what is the difference between science & god?
Oct 9, 2008 3:48 PM
Answers · 5
What a preposterous question!
October 9, 2008
Science is the understanding of our world or universe based on understood principles. Knowledge is gained through physical study of reality. Science concludes certain laws that govern our univerise (Such as the law of mutual attraction) and allow it to exist. The ultimate goal of science is to understand the universe based on testable and real principles and solid knowledge. Religion is a basis for understanding the universe based on theocracy. Theories of why the univerise works the way it does are created, but they are not tested. These are generally focused on diety's and the will of something not comprehendable by people, which is generally believed to be so because of the inability to comprehend certain things it is much easier to explain that it is not meant to be comprehended. The idea of faith is the direct result of this system, in which ideas are put forth and to be believed without understanding them fully.
October 9, 2008
What?!
October 9, 2008
I think that this question is not correct.
October 9, 2008
Mytch answered well, science is a logical system that is based on the obvious principles and these principles give us the ability of defining new things. for example euclidean geometry is a science, it derives from 5 principles founded by euclid, if you change one of these principles it'll result to create a new geometry, for instance if you change the 5th principle about the parallel lines the result is the creation of a new geometry called "non euclidean geometry". god is a whole different story, i don't like to talk about him cuz i'm exhausted from telling the repetitive things over and over
October 9, 2008
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