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It is the year 2016 and Hillary Clinton’s nomination acceptance speech contained the simple phrase: “I believe in science”. She punctuated it with a chuckle while the audience roared its support. “I believe that climate change is real and that we can save our planet while creating millions of good-paying clean energy jobs.” She had to laugh quietly to herself because the reaction was so startlingly positive. [1]

This is the new era of scientific religion.

One must believe in it.

It is so clear that people now clearly say so, openly.

It does not matter whether you understand it or not.

It only matters that the priests (scientists) said so.

Once upon a time we had a religion which was proved day and night into our hearts. Now we have bosons and dark matter and elusive parallel universes which can never touch us in any tangible way.

Once upon a time we had true science.

Now we have religion.