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Posted by Aaron Viviano on June 4, 2002 17:03:37 UTC

"I think it is entirely possible that science could be underminded by fundamentalism."

Bull. If you look at hisotry you find out that it is the fundamentalist who have been the best for scientists.

Isacc Newton was a fundimentalist.
Albert Enstien was a fundimentalist.
Galileo was a fundimentalist.

Look at just what they have given us.

This idea is totaly false. The fact is that it is not Fundimentalism that causes the problem it is the stuborn thinking that you are always right that causes this. Most of the scientific discoveries made by man were made by fundimentalists. It is evoluition that cause fundimantalists problems not science.


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