General Science / Re: Is science a religion.........well if not why is it defended as though it were« on: Today at 16:21:58 »
Only when We Admit We do Not know a thing...does the Opportunity for Seeking arises.
Words of wisdom from a flying instructor: "After 100 hours, you know everything. After 1000 hours, you realise that you don't know everything. After 10,000 hours you know that you never will know everything." It's a good summary as 100 - 300 hours is known among accident investigators as the Death Zone.
And there's the difference: with religion you can make it up as you go along, because every religious prediction begins with "God willing...." so cannot be falsified by experiment, so you know everything right from the start. Intellectually, it's just one long Death Zone.