• It tells me a bunch of things. First of all, that you don't have any evidence to back that up.
  • they are going to hell
  • That they are too busy to go to church. lol
  • that they believe if it hasn't been invented or proven then it probably doesn't exist
  • not much
  • They chose their careers because they are interested in the physical rather than the spiritual.
  • That they are ruled by reason, not superstition, and should be listened to.
  • Who said? When did they take that poll?
  • it tells me that they have used their education to come up with their own ideas .. it also tells me they remember what happened to them if they opposed the church in the past .... Many scientists were burned at the stake for challanging the churches view on nature . space and the universe . Even the great physicist "Galileo" , (who helped invent the telescope ) was condemned and imprisoned,and ...? . for teaching that the earth revolved around the sun , unlike the churchs thoughts , that said the earth was the center of the universe , and everything revolved around it. Members of the Knights Templar , ( who used to gaurd the Vatican). And members of the the Illuminati , were also burned or made into the enemy for their opposing views and use of science . They also used the four elemental signs of earth , wind , fire, and water . as did the pagans .
  • It tells me that scientists are very perceptive to reject "religion." I reject "religion" too. Too bad the survey didn't try to determine how many scientists have a spiritual side. Even Albert Einstein, arguably one of the most intelligent men to ever live, was deeply spiritual.
  • nice question, although a bit provocative perhaps. You could look at life as floating in a rubber boat in a big ocean, with a huge storm of filosophical questions constantly blowing and almost flipping you over. With that in mind: people tend to look for stability, things that will keep them safe in this storm, a kind of life-preserver. For some people it's love, relationships and the people around them. For other people it is faith (or religion), the belief (that in case of religion is governed by people) in things that generally do not change, and simultaniously offer answers to many of the questions that threatened us in the first place. Again other people seek refuge rather in knowledge and understanding, and try to answer the questions with these things as well. You could name many more. Scientists are people who make a living on trying to know and understand, and therefor it is obviously more likely for such a person to be of this last kind. I personally love many things, but try to be dependant on none of them. I love science, philosophy, and ALSO faith. I use the one to think about the other, and it works great for me
  • Perhaps that is the case nowadays, what is your source? Remember though that the greatest scientist of all time, Sir Isaac Newton wrote more on religion than he did on natural science.
  • As a scientist that IS religious, it tells me that some scientists have become too caught up in the pride of their own learning to listen to the promptings of the Spirit. This, of course, assumes that your assertion is correct. As a scientist, I would also like to know upon what source of information you base this assertion.
  • Religion is obselete.
  • They haven't found the God particle, but they think it exists. They are still hoping everything in the universe can be proven by scientific theory.
  • there not dumb
  • Tells me that they did'nt want to be bothered while splitting the atom which also included having...........girlfriends
  • That scientist are realistic.
  • It tells me that most scientist are not religious.
  • That they don't have any faith; they have to have facts to prove everything.
  • that they have scientific thinking!!!!
  • Scientology ain't that scientific.
  • people of religous belief lack logic
  • That you are making assumptions
  • They need Jesus.

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