Heaven on Earth: The Intersection of Science and Religion

Science is a religion based on faith in the scientific method and is slowly fusing with and assimilating almost all traditional religions. Not only does science meet the primary definitions of religion in most dictionaries it also fills the same functional role of religion. Science and traditional religions share the same genetic base that was created by natural selection. More

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About R. D. Hood

Evolutionary Psychology has been an interest of mine since it was called Sociobiology. I am listed in the "Who's Who in Theology and Science" by the Templeton Foundation under Sociobiology (1996). Some of my favorite authors are Edward Wilson, Richard Dawkins, Steven Pinker and Stephen Hawking.

I love running, surfing, working out at the gym, open ocean paddling, bicycling, and spending time with my family. I am a vicarious climber of Mount Everest.

I have another article on Amazon titled "The Genetic Function and Nature of Literature". It is one of the first articles ever written on this topic. "Selling Like a Caveman" is also on Amazon.

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Science is the Global Religion
The need for religion has been coded in our brains by the process of natural selection for at least the past 60,000 years. Religions help societies survive. Religions are constantly undergoing a cultural evolutionary process of their own to meet new survival challenges of individual societies and to incorporate new information.

Science is the Global Religion
Science is a religion based on trust in the scientific method and is slowly fusing with and assimilating almost all traditional religions. Not only does science meet the primary definitions of religion in many dictionaries it also fills the same functional role of religion. Science and traditional religions share the same complex genetic base that was created by natural selection.

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