The Architect of all these things

Mikołaj Kopernik: “Who lives in intimate contact with the most consummate order and divine wisdom, will not feel stimulated to the most sublime aspirations? Who will not adore? to the Architect of all these things? “ Nicolás Copernicico (Toruń, Prussia, 1473 – Frombork, Prussia, 1543) Polish-Prussian scientist. Mathematician, astronomer, jurist and physicist. He formulated the […]

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How great is God!

How great is God! André-Marie Ampère: How great is God! And our science an insignificance. “Work with the spirit of prayer. Study the things of this world, it is your duty; but look only with one eye, and the other is fixed in the eternal realities. Deal with the things of this world with one […]

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Deeds vs. opinions

Gabriel Celaya: “The deeds are the eternal language of God and opinions, the ephemeral language of men.” Gabriel Celaya (Hernani, Guipúzcoa, March 18, 1911 – Madrid, 1991) Spanish poet of the postwar literary generation. National Award of Spanish Literature

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Gambling and selection?

Manuel Alfonseca: “Let’s consider this thought experiment. I work in the field of artificial life, and I use genetic algorithms and natural selection to simulate evolution in my simulated worlds. Let’s suppose that one day I get intelligent beings to appear in my programs. Applying the Dawkins argument (The probability of God is very small, […]

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New 100 Spaniards and God

Mariano Artigas: Commenting on the book by José Maria Gironella “…the interviewees who are scientists or have studied science they do not see any opposition between science and religion, and that, on the contrary, those who think that opposition exists are people who, although educated, have not dedicated themselves to science. […] …among people with […]

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