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An interesting article. Nanotechnology and religion: a complex relationship

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#1 Jakare

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Posted 13 June 2013 - 08:04 AM


http://www.guardian....ex-relationship

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Posted 19 June 2013 - 08:11 PM

I cannot see the logic in precluding nanotechnology based upon a religious bias. That is unless you are a Quaker. If God exists then the possibility of having a truly original thought is null. All things would have to flow from the divine or be a perversion thereof. If technology is a perversion we are all going to hell. Everyone from the stick poking monkey to the man typing this post is tainted by innovation. But I regress. Perhaps this belongs in the Religion forums.

#3 Jakare

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Posted 20 June 2013 - 11:01 AM

Well, religion is mostly everywhere and nanotechnology will be mostly everywhere in a few years just like plastic today, as you imply. If most of the planet is religious, obviously, they will be taking anything new with a religious bias (Or just ignore or stay oblivious to the issue). It is going to be interesting to see how both clash or how religion adapt to it though.

Perhaps this belongs in the Religion forums.

I thought that myself but the truth is, it belongs to both forums.

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