Troubling science worship

There is zero evidence to suggest that the mind and the brain are one and the same. (consciousness)
There is zero evidence to suggest that the soul and the body are one and the same. (afterlife)
There is zero evidence to suggest that the laws of causation are wholly applicable to the universe. (what caused X?)
There is zero evidence to suggest that past events is indicative of any certainty in the future. (induction)
There is zero evidence to suggest that probability is indicative of anything in the future. (predicting the future)
There is zero evidence to suggest that there is such a thing as truly random. (quantum mechanics)
There is zero evidence to suggest that the laws of nature are truly laws that cannot be broken. (quantum mechanics)
There is zero evidence to suggest that all creations in the universe are truly and only material. (love)
There is zero evidence to suggest that all figuratively intangible creations in the universe are truly tangible. (faith)
There is zero evidence to suggest that all creations in the universe are truly measurable. (God)
There is zero evidence to suggest that evidence must be evident in a material, tangible, and measurable way. (scientism)

Cut the dogma. Cut the illusions. Cut the worship. Be rational.

So called freethinkers, start actually freethinking.

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One thought on “Troubling science worship

  1. Allow me, I will number the points.
    #1. There is no evidence that contradicts the claim that mind is a brain state.
    #2. Makes an assumption that there is a soul.
    #3. The law of causation to the best of my understanding deals with changes in states and does not deal with things coming into being.
    #4. Agreed
    #5. It is possible to predict future events. Only one can be wrong
    #6. You can say that
    #7. I don’t know what love is.
    #8. Is faith necessary
    #9. Where is the evidence for god
    #10. That’s up to you

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