The difficulty arises when scientists such as yourself blur the line between interesting thins which can be shown to be objective, i.e. fact, and interesting things which are fiction, and therefore entirely the product of human imagination. Those with a faith belief, i.e. a belief relying totally on faith,tend to assert and/or claim that their beliefs have objective back up, but all such assertions or claims remain as entirely subjective. The area of unknowns is small and unless independent observations can provide a starting point for proper testing, ;they will remain so.Quote
Every scientist is a philosophizer, but not every philosophizer is a scientist.
We're trained to collect and analyze data,m and it gives us a different perspecti8ve--even if we don't carry out projects and studies. On one hand, we insist that theories be supported with experimental evidence. On the other hand, we are aware that some of the most interesting things can't be studied with established experimental scientific techniques. It creates some interesting conversations. . . .