Posted: Jan 09, 2019 5:06 pm
by thinkerman
Alan C wrote:I thought it was just Fundy Muslim liars-for-mohammad that tried to shoehorn science into their book of mythological horseshit.
Didn't know these specific cases of Hindu-believers, but I must say that I wasn't surprised at all. IMO it's clearly a cross-religious thing.
Whenever scientific facts or theories don't please them (e.g. evolution), believers tend to go out of their way to discredit or deny them.
But whenever they like something about science (such as the stem cell research that was mentioned), they try to claim priority for it.

And sure, when needed to extract those priorities from ancient texts, they're willing to use the same foolish read into-strategies that are used to make Nostradamus the predictor of everything.

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