We're too busy with bigger problems like
population explosion, botanical weed invasion
and consequences which can result from major warming of the biosphere.
You moved here from one of those countries
with different problems...like getting
electricity to homes.
There are 1) religious persons who
founded the science you practiced
and there are religious persons who
2) are ignorant of the science you practice.
There are 1) scientists who really care about religion and
2) scientists who do not care about religion.By the following, it looks like you are in 1) .
This sounds like Albert Einstein writing a new article...or some good Gentile
but most of your writing does not...
and I don't know if you remember First Lady Hillary Clinton talking to Eleanor Roosevelt?
Well, some of us feel like we can at address
the God you just described...from reverence.
If math created us as we are, that explains why people believe as they do.
Why did you argue as if I were anti-evolution?
I do say that real science does not apply macro-evolution much in making quality decisions about the quality of the human gene pool...The point is, evolution is not a blunt instrument for physicists to verbally beat up religious persons who don't believe in it.
It is a multi-part discipline.
I don't know whether you can follow that thought.
You show little evidence you actually read most of my writing.
I don't have time to follow up every time
you got me confused with someone else who denied math, science, logic or human rights. But this one answer will be here in case you ever read it carefully.
I'm very skeptical of your sincerity at this time and could not recommend you for a security clearance in some applications...if anybody asked.
Michael W. Pearson