Have you ever visited Physics DepT?No evidence here of atheism being a conspiracy theory. Just Steve posting a silly meme. There are of course many atheist physicists quite capable of debating the topic philosophically. Sean Carroll comes to mind. You'll find little discussion of God in physics departments because there is no hard evidence to discuss, and the God hypothesis provides nothing of value when it comes to doing actual science.
Far more than simply visiting. Actually having ensconced ones self, and made it an academic pursuit....Have you ever visited Physics DepT?
Just like not believing in leprechauns, which you also won't hear debated in physics departments.Which is why I stated---- once you leave the realm of the speculative, atheism is utterly useless.
Nope. We never discussed leprechauns in the physics dept.Just like not believing in leprechauns, which you also won't hear debated in physics departments.
Ironic..... seems like you've utterly failed then.The only thing atheism needs to achieve is the avoidance of one specific false belief.
I fathom the depth of irrelevant nonsense you are posting.Nope. We never discussed leprechauns in the physics dept.
We did however discuss things that you implicitly think are real because people who have letters attached to their names, but have no idea who they are.
Ironic..... seems like you've utterly failed then.
You're smack dab in the middle of that one specific belief you believe is false, because you're too afraid to actually find out for yourself.
Do you even fathom the depth of the position of irony you're in right now?
Ironic that you still think that your involvement is a requirement considering that you continue to view what I've been stating since 2012 as irrelevant. Perhaps it's actually you who've made yourself irrelevant.I fathom the depth of irrelevant nonsense you are posting.
So, this is somehow supposed to make ignorance valuable, and worthwhile?According to this survey, 40.8% of physicists say that they do not believe in God, and 29.4% of physicists say that they do not know whether there is a God and there is no way to find out. (In total, then, about 70% of physicists aren't theists.)
We also have a survey of the elite physicists and other scientists in the National Academy of Sciences: "We found the highest percentage of belief among NAS mathematicians (14.3% in God, 15.0% in immortality). Biological scientists had the lowest rate of belief (5.5% in God, 7.1% in immortality), with physicists and astronomers slightly higher (7.5% in God, 7.5% in immortality)."
Finally, according to this survey, 41% of scientists in general don't believe in either God or a universal spirit / higher power.
Maybe @SteveB has other survey data I'm not aware of, though. Thoughts?
Sure, if your absurd strawmen were accurate we'd all be raving lunatics. But of course we're not.Because if I'm not, you'd actually have a problem.....
Still zero evidence of that actually.Further evidence that atheism is the real conspiracy theory.