Origins science – Can science ever explain the origins of the universe?
In a brief outline tabled and slideshow presented at the 2018 Annual General meeting, he explains: “Given that it is normal practice to apply ‘Methodological Naturalism’ to ‘Origins Science’, scientists must suppress any notion that what they are observing was supernaturally created, regardless of the evidence. The concept of supernatural creation is not allowed and so scientists and science journals are not free to contemplate if something was supernaturally created, they must keep to natural explanations regardless of the evidence. In so doing they become unscientific and break the tradition of independent inquiry”. This concept has been developed further in the attached brief. The brief was updated for a second time on 12 September 2019 – if you read an earlier version, check the revised version for some new insights.
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