because the post was created to see what the acceptance of God in science, within scientific boundaries (law), would do to science.keep your mind from this way of enquiry, for never will you show that not-being is ~parmenides
The topic is "if scientists accept God in science, is science destroyed?"
My point is accepting god in science you add no information. To say "GodMayHaveDidIt" is content free, has no meaning or value and does not even advance knowledge. "GodMayHaveDidIt" is no different than saying "jduiiefggjkbdfuifjkciuid".
Trying to bring God into science is simply pointless and nonproductive.
So the answer to the question, the topic, is that bring God into science is simply a waste of time and effort and so totally useless.
does the introduction of God in science destroy science, or not?
not just "what does it add"
but: what is taken away?
Please read what I write.
Introducing God into science adds nothing and can actually produce deadends. If you say "GodDidIt" you have ended the search for actual "hows" and if you say "GodMayHaveDoneIt" you have simply made a pointless, contentless, valueless statement.