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Re: Emily & teaching Science, or not

Thanks, Pam.  I just feel that I'm really missing something when I'm  
watching those natural history shows or when I'm in a natural history  museum when 
they say, "200 billion years ago ...."  I'm just glad that it's  not information 
that's necessary to have to get through everyday life, or I'd be  really 
Long  Island, NY
Zone 6/7

In a message dated 7/16/2005 11:34:32 P.M. Eastern Standard Time,  
gardenqueen@gmail.com writes:

Eva my  dear, you are NOT screwed up.  I think the mistake that been
made  since the advent of modern science is that some people assume
science  cannot coexist w/ religion.   Who's to say the Big Bang  wasn't
merely God snapping his (or her) fingers saying OK, the universe  comes
into being now?   Science merely explains the natural  universe  and
its forces which were ultimately created by a Divine  will.   They
don't have to be in different camps.   The  6000 year theory was
obviously dreamed up by someone who knew nothing of  carbon dating.
But people w/ bizarre and myopic attitudes exist in all  walks of life.
More's the  pity....

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