• Question: does God play a part in any scientific experiments?

    Asked by hollynsarah to Gioia, Iain, Jo, Leo, Mariam on 22 Jun 2010 in Categories: .
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      Gioia Cherubini answered on 15 Jun 2010:

      I’m sorry but it doesn’t! It’s only by studying, analysing and interpreting your work that you can decide what is the next exp to do. God can help you only in other spheres of your life!

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      Iain Moal answered on 15 Jun 2010:

      No. The notion of God doesn’t really have any use in science.

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      Leo Garcia answered on 19 Jun 2010:

      No. Although the reason why people believe in god or gods is extremely interesting, and a hot topic of research!


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      Mariam Orme answered on 22 Jun 2010:

      I don’t personally believe in God, so my answer is no!

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      Joanna Watson answered on 22 Jun 2010:

      I don’t think so, but I’m not sure that we’ll ever really know.

      I don’t really believe in God, so I would say that religion and science are best kept separate. As a scientist I like to base my decisions on evidence and I have never seen evidence that there is a god. I don’t think that (at the moment – or maybe ever) we can prove there definitely isn’t a god though.