Lumi wrote:The problem with talking about unified religion is that religion is a very squishy thing. It's not something that comforts logical thinking; it's a tool to fill in the blank spaces that science hasn't cemented yet. A crutch, safety blanket, lucky pen, etc.
If none of us believed in God, would it be better because we'd learn to listen to Science more, advancing our progress as a race?Or if we all agreed there might be a God, would it be better because we'd never have to defy anyone of their believes, or argue our case and reasoning?
Correct me if I'm wrong, Snoink/Kyllorac but I think the potato thing was that homogeneousness in anything is destructive, stagnating the progress and potential of the species.
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