There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle. ~Einstein
Adam Rifkin stashed this in Einstein
I believe in science AND I believe in miracles.
But I always thought that combination was rare.
Most great scientists of the early 20th centuries, not only believed in miracles, they believed in the true scientific concept that there are truths beyond what science can currently explain *and* that unexplained truths might as well be called God. In fact, many of the scientific proofs of the time used a Perfect actor in their proofs.
You can't believe in science without believing in miracles. If you don't, you are in the paradox of only willingly believing in only part of science which is not scientific at all.
I've met scientists who believed everything could be known, understood, and explained.
But that does require a certain level of arrogance, to believe everything can be known.
Kind of arrogant and paradoxical, but the real question is, do they believe everything could be known, understood and explained now and forever more with the current scientific method?