Tuesday, April 22nd, 2014

If No One Is Around To See A Big Bang Did It Really Happen?

"[W]hile some Americans balk at knowing what they prefer to think is unknowable, they embrace science when it relates to their bodies and their health. Jorge Delarosa, a 39-year-old architect from Bridgewater, N.J., pointed to a warm 2012 without a winter and said, 'I feel the change. There must be a reason.' But he questions the Big Bang theory because 'I wasn’t there.'"

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I more baffled by the 8% that don't believe that there's a genetic code. What do they think is actually at work in their cells?

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