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3-26-2010 @ 3:45PM
Shadowcaster, if you were a little kid and someone told you Santa wasn't real, and showed you men in fat suits; or showed you video footage of mum not the tooth fairy putting money under your pillow; or showing parents putting easter eggs around the place, not the Easter bunny, would you tend to disbelieve supernatural phenomenon? I'm not saying you can't still believe in Santa etc, I'm just saying less people believe when scientific data is in front of them.Copernicus proving the Earth revolved around the Sun and not the Sun around the Earth as early Christianity claimed is another example of science putting doubts into the religious.Scientific theories are made up by people but can be repeatedly proven to give the same result by independent testers. Trust in your senses or the supernatural (beyond the explanation of science). It's up to you and I'm not making any judgments on what you decide.
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