Must scientists only talk about science? According to statistics, 65% of Nobel Prize winners in the 20th century are Christians, 21% are Jews, and only 10% are atheists or agnostics.
What’s more interesting is that among the literary award winners, atheists account for a higher proportion than other awards. In contrast, in the fields of physics, chemistry, physiology and medicine, award-winning scientists with a Christian background or Christian identity account for nearly 60% (not considering other religions), and in fact, in the early days, the role of religion was not to oppress science, but to guide science. For example, Newton and Boyle attributed their research results to God who wanted humans to understand the world better .
In addition, the proportion of religious believers among contemporary mathematics and astronomers is also higher than that of other scientific fields. It is unavoidable to wonder whether it is because of the laws of nature, sometimes as perfect and harmonious as predetermined. That’s why I believe that a god arranges everything in the dark?
Of course, we are definitely not trying to take the opportunity to preach today, but to discuss: why science is important, and why science is not boring at all, because science can expand your imagination.
The so-called science is not a solution or a truth, but a method that can take you to understand the world more deeply, but the more you understand, the more you will discover that there are so many blanks in the world that you need to pass through. Fill up your imagination.