When that has nothing to do with religion. The rotation of the Earth has nothing to do with the attitude and philosophy of humans. It’s one thing to be devoutly religious and believe in your God, but can’t you see that there is no evidence that supports Psychics, Astrology and Horoscopes, that some random guy in the newspaper types up has nothing to do with your life. If anything didn’t God give us free will? Yet there are all these things that distract us.
and all that crappo? [i’m not looking to debate whether this sh1t is valid or not; I am simply asking why women are more likely to believe in bizarre things which have no basis in science or reality] kessie: “yet as more continues to be revealed, [scientists] continue to revise their theories.” yes, that’s called “the scientific method” Well done. sam: carry out enough tests and you will get the appropriate number of false positives.