This year’s Templeton Prize winner
Catholic priest and cosmologist
Michael Heller on NPR says “Science without religion
is not only meaningless, it’s lame.” You can listen to a short interview here.
Well I certainly agree with that and the
whole science versus religion thing is lame. This would be
like trying to set up a dichotomy between and artist and his painting.
It annoys me when some of the tech podcasts I listen to will
bring this up about people being anti-science when what they are
referring to are people who have ethical concerns of application of
science. Surely if we called them anti-ethics they would thing this
charge is unfair. But I guess it is easier to demonize others via this
charge instead of talking about ethical limits on scientific research.
I guess anybody who objects to Dr. Frankenstein is