The Scientific Theories And Scientific Research About The Truths Behind Life And Nature

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Albert Einstein, often found on posters in science classrooms, jokingly sticking his tongue out, once stated, “The more I study science, the more I believe in God”. Einstein was a brilliant scientist most famously known for some of his discoveries such as the theory of relativity, quantum mechanics, and the theory of special relativity, otherwise known as the formula E=mc2. There are many theories that he developed that discuss the scientific concepts and scientific research about the truths behind life and nature. What Einstein means in his quote is that the more he learns about life and the universe, through his scientific research, the more life and the universe become more of a mystery to him. This is important because the science culture is that of strictly science and whenever science is discussed in a multitude of platforms, the subject of religion is discussed as well as the latter. Although, that shouldn’t be because the two are indeed similar in many ways. For example, they both try to understand life, what’s going on in our universe, and the big one, where did we all come from? Although there seems to be a divide created by society that is placed directly in between the two of them to exist as counterparts. One can begin to tear down this barrier by truly understanding what Einstein is trying to say. A social barrier should not exist between science and religion, because neither can explain the anomalies behind the origin of life and the universe. Science and…

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