It’s easy to see why science seems like just some wacky new belief system that you have to have faith in to believe. The difference is, if you don’t believe it (and you’re properly motivated), then you can go out and test it. To be fair, most people do take science on faith. It’s much harder to test things yourself, than it is to trust that the kind of people who can figure out how to fly around in space and build fancy computers have things pretty well sorted out. But keep in mind; the option is there.
Monday, March 5, 2012
Q: Do you need faith to believe in science?