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Yesterday the world was flat. Today it is spherical.
Yesterday the Sun moved about the Earth. Today itís the other
way around. In order for science to move in the right direction,
it must always battle the popular ideas of the day. Thatís how it
goes. If there is consensus, then there is no science, and vice
versa. The appeal to popularity is not only bad logic, itís also anti-
science. In other words, ballots donít determine facts.

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Science has no truth. The closest approaches to truth in science
are its principles. A scientific principle withstands repeated
testing, but it is understood that every experiment that validates
a principle is limited by the experimenter. Unless the
experimenter is omnipotent, omniscient, and omnipresent, the
scientific principle is still no more than a best guess. A proof, or
the formal evidence of truth, may exist in the lofty ether of higher
math, but a proof never tumbles out of the scientific method.
Therefore science has no truth, and thereís no such thing as a
scientific fact.

Religion, on the other hand, is all about truth, and here
Christianity sets itself apart from all religions. Truth, in the
Christian view, is not a concept or ideal or fuzzy adage emanating
from under hooded robe in a cave somewhere. Truth is a
person.
The Bible explains:

Jesus saith unto him, I am the way, the truth, and the life:
no man cometh unto the Father, but by me.

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