One is based in fact, and one is based in fiction. One requires observable evidence, and the other requires your faith that it is true. One recognizes that we don’t know all that is important to know yet, but it is within our natural ability to grasp and understand. The other states that all that is important to know has already been written for us, anything else is distraction from the ‘truth’, and it is not our place to know or question further. One insists that it is okay to question everything and assume nothing, and the other insists that we must believe in supernatural beings that are experienced only by imagined belief. One is modern science and, unlike the other, it is not concerned with whether its findings are in conflict with religion. Truth is discovered in demonstrable evidence.
Examples of Science (based in well researched verifiable evidence) – #Genetics #Archaeology #GermTheory #Evolution #ClimateChange
Examples of Pseudoscience (religion posing as science, evidence conforms to a book written by humans) – #creationscience #floodgeology #climatedenial #intelligentdesign #flatearth just to name only a few!
Isn’t it about time that we began to teach our children not only what science is, but how science works and why we can be confident in the findings of science – isn’t it about time?
Let’s get the #NationalPopularVote in place before #Trump #TrumpPence 2020!
#Resist #Indivisible #UnitedWeStand #WomensMarch #maga #inhisimage #inhislikeness
#Alllivesmatter in the United States when America begins to fully embrace its history and its constitution, and when #WhitePrivilege ceases to have meaning in U.S. society.
The United States desperately needs #TruthandReconciliation and #SocialJustice starting today!