Isaac Asimov’s “Science & Beauty”

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2 thoughts on “Isaac Asimov’s “Science & Beauty”

    • Hmmm. I suspect that it’s precisely because the findings of science are so wondrous that people find them hard to accept, like abiogenesis and then evolution happening over timescales of billions of years, for example. It’s easier for a lot of people to imagine a god just ‘poofing’ everything into existence instead of life coming about by blind natural forces that many don’t understand. Still, I think that they don’t know what they’re missing out on.

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