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+ - Geeks and God->

Submitted by Jonathan Stott
Jonathan Stott (212041) writes "If you're a long-time slashdot reader, you know by now that any time the subject of God comes up, a crowd of Richard Dawkins wanna-be's kicks in because, as everyone knows, "science and religion are incompatable." Guy Conolmagno SJ, an astronomer with a PhD in planetary science from MIT, has written a new book God's Mechanics: How Scientists and Engineers Make Sense of Religion in which he talks to his fellow scientists and engineers and discovers that while "techies look at religion differently than most folks," most scientists were either believers or agnostics looking for answers. So what do you believe in?"
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