Becky and Josh reflect on Senate candidate Roy Moore’s horrible, Christian court rulings. Dan comes back “For Science” (!) to educate us on synathropes, and later on how Schrodinger’s cat is poorly applied to the god-concept. There are some Best Words from Trump.
- SCOTUS and Constitution-defying Senate candidate Roy Moore wins Alabama primary; Trump deletes tweeted support of losing opponent Luther Strange
- Trump slams San Juan, Puerto Rico mayor who pleads for assistance and hits back
- North Korea interprets Trump tweet as war declaration
- Ravens fans boo anyone dropping to their knees, even if to pray for unity and equality
- Thousands of Israelis treated for dehydration, recreational sport injuries during Jewish Day of Atonement
- It’s Banned & Challenged Books Week
Asking whether god exists or not is analogous to asking the condition of Schrodinger’s cat. We cannot say that the cat is dead or alive until we observe it. In fact, we cannot claim the cat even exists at all until we open the box. Wouldn’t god be in a similar superposition until we have definitive evidence that proves one case or the other? Wouldn’t this view be more scientifically sound?
Mikey from Connecticutt