He rejected quantum mechanics and the fact that the universe is expanding.
“At least twice on major issues. While Einstein accepted large portions of the theory of quantum mechanics, he rejected certain of its fundamental tenets that have since been born out in experiments. In layman’s terms,…
Do you think beliving in god and beliving in science are compatible?
Of course, so long as you don’t limit your curiosity and need for understanding in the process of believing in any diety I’d say it’s perfectly fine to believe in both. In fact, most people tend to simply refine their meaning of what is a god given enough scientific literacy. In my case I’ve grown to still believe in a god, except my god would be the equivalent of nature, its chances and all of its processes put together rather than an anthropocentric vision of an all encompassing diety.
“There is nothing like geology; the pleasure of the first day’s partridge shooting or first day’s hunting cannot be compared to finding a fine group of fossil bones, which tell their story of former times with almost a living tongue.”—Charles Darwin(a letter to his sister Catherine, 1834)