- The standard model contradicts the existence of angels. Angels cannot exist in the standard model. But a catholic must believe in their existence.
- The standard model contradicts the existence of miracles. But a catholic must believe in their existence. This means, for example, that all cases of stigmata are fraud. There is no virgin birth. There is no everyday creation of matter or energy.
- The standard model contradicts transubstantiation, which happens during mass. (Look it up in wikipedia.)
- The standard model contradicts resurrection. This follows from thermodynamics.
9 February 2011
Heretics and Scientists
It is fashionable to say that science and religion do not clash, but complement each other. That is wrong. Here is why.
Posted by Clara, once known as Nemo at 21:06