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Believing is believing, isn't it?

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Neither of them can be proven in a laboratory. One of them has mostly an empirical like backing. The other has an anecdotal like backing. Why is it that everyone who believes in String Theory doesn't also believe in a Supreme Being and everyone who believes in a Supreme Being does not believe in String Theory. Does our field of work cause bias?

I'm off to class so won't be around until tomorrow to contribute.

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