Originally Posted by Corkscrew
Do any scientists believe in god? I think not.
Um, yes. In fact there are several FORMER evolutionary scientists who have backed away from macroevolution over the past several years as our science has enabled us to see deeper and deeper into the genome, etc. Indeed, Darwin himself admits in his book that recent discoveries would tear his THEORY apart, and it's humorous to watch his modern devotees (Dawkins, et. als) try to weave fabric around the THEORY to try and hold it together.
I can never prove that there is not a General Electric toaster flying in orbit around Jupiter. I can not prove that clams do not power the sun's power. But, I do not believe it. Yes, I can't prove that god does not exist any more than I can prove that lambs inhabit Mars. But, I don't belive it.
Um, you can make up anything you want (and technically you can scientifically prove clams don't power the Sun). But there are reasons that the vast majority of people both in the US and across the world actually believe in God. So why do you feel the need to label them?
For a guy who apparently considers himself intelligent and enlightened, your attitude bespeaks one that is prejudicial -- and, dare I say, ignorant.
You may as well throw the N word at the African-Americans while you're at it, as well as slam every other minority.
I certainly wouldn't label you as a dumb moron for embracing macroevolution, even though your attitude and perspective certainly suggest that conclusion.