Ask A Genius 332 – Science and Religion (2)
October 26, 2017
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Scott Douglas Jacobsen: The concepts of infinity, dynamics, relativity, and the quantum theory played and play big roles in science, so should in the interpretation of the theology too.
Rick Rosner: The previous theories just extended from us out to infinity pretty much with a universal rotation. It was right there. The big and universal theories are going to start crashing into religious doctrines, which tends to be universal and many of the tendencies of science keep pushing humanity away from the centre of creation with the biggest push or shove against humanity that we are at the specially created centre is the evolution, which comes up in the eighteen fifties.
It did come up before that, but it didn’t come up persuadable until Darwin and the other guy whose name I always forget as the guy who kind of co-published with Darwin, but Darwin’s version of evolution caught on and in one hundred and sixty years. You have a Big Bang Theory, for now, which postulates a world without any special agencies.
I mean originally in science nobody has the idea till the seventeen hundreds of the Unified Field or anything like that. That is one set of fairly compact equations or physical explanations that account for everything. You don’t start to get Unified Field Theories until maybe the second half of the nineteen century, where there are four equations
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