"The scientific process is the most "moral" method anywhere. Scientific postulations, papers, theory and law are heavily scrutinized. There's no room for lies there. Can the same be said for any religious doctrine?…"
""It is not the place of science to judge the value, meaning or preferentiability of observations because there is no known absolute parameter by which to judge them."
That's never stopped a science of medicine from doing…"
"Nope, it can't. It is the place of science to question, experiment, and record observations. It is not the place of science to judge the value, meaning or preferentiability of observations because there is no known absolute parameter by which…"
"Yes it can. If you have a generic conception of what morality entails, then science can tell you some specifics about how to achieve a moral outcome. Suppose you view it as a moral imperative to conserve the planet for future generations. Exactly…"
"I'm not a believer in god, because if I were to think about what god could fit into the current understanding of science(something is always caused
by something else), I can only think of two. One god would have metaphorically put one domino…"