Religion and Physics
January 1, 2007 2:33pm CST
People often say science and religion are not mutually exculsive. This is an entirely NON-scientific survey to see how that hypothesis holds up. Do you believe that the major precepts of physics (Newton's laws, thermodynamics, gravity, etc) accurately describe the forces governing the Universe?
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24 Jan 07
What only major laws, all the laws of all sciences describe actually the forces and their inter-relations governing the Universe. We are only just studying a few those discovered. But the entire Universe is full of many surprising things till unknown! Science is the present explained form of religion. So also Physics. Thanks.