Rationalism

Scientifc Outlook

Superstitions caused many obstacles in human progress till man invented ‘Scientific Outlook’ that cleared his vision and illuminated the path of progress. He found a new way of looking at […]

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God and Science Don’t Mix

  God and Science Don’t Mix . The idea was first published in 1934 by J.B.S. Haldane in “Fact and Faith” and is quoted as follows: My practice as a […]

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Science and Reason

Science and Reason – The Human mind Written by John Draper Friday, 06 August 2010 07:10 Scientific studies have shown that Intelligence has risen in developed countries and simultaneously belief […]

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Albert Einstein

Letter to Eric Gutkind (partial) byAlbert Einstein (1954)Translated from the German by Joan Stambaugh …… The word God is for me nothing more than the expression and product of human weaknesses, […]

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Scientific Attitude and Religion

In what follows, some social aspects of religion are considered in so far as they serve to keep India a backward country. The methods of cure suggested are by legislation, […]

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Scientific Outlook

Product and the Outlook of Science Just look around and you will realize the state of affairs in our country. All of our villages have roads and there are plenty […]

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Science on Wheels

Vidnyan Bodh Vahini MANS believes that people behave irrationally and are superstitious, because of wrong outdated beliefs held by them; because they are inculcated in their minds from childhood. And […]

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Sky Gazing

To some extent the urban population has become knowledgeable thanks to media, though they too are victims of different kinds of high-tech superstitions. However it has become pertinent to make […]

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Science Awareness Project

Though the effect of science and technology is experienced in every day life of each and every person, there appears to be a very big gap between scientifically literate and […]

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Scientific Temper

“It is Science alone that can solve the problems of hunger and poverty, in-sanitation and illiteracy, of superstition and deadening customs and tradition, of vast resources running waste, of a […]

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