Albert EinsteinAlbert Einstein, (1879-1955) Physicist and Professor, Nobel Prize 1921

Albert Einstein Quote

“Science without religion is lame, religion without science is blind.”

Albert EinsteinAlbert Einstein
~ Albert Einstein

in The New Convergence

Ratings and Comments

cal, Lewisville, Tx

Thinking of Catholic pope Thinking the world was flat and the earth in the center of our solar system.

Mike, Norwalk

I like it a lot, I see the application. cal, just a hair off. Ptolemy (pre-pope) through math and science of the day almost showed that the earth was the center of the Universe. He only needed a few more sticks with an addition few elliptics. As to the earth being flat, that was a political assertion for control (both science and religion new the earth was round).

E Archer, NYC

Hear, hear!

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Stew    4/21/17

The first half of the quote is nonsense, literally.

Mike, Norwalk

Stew, how are you defining religion?

Fredrick William Sillik, Anytown

Please don't be mislead by some childish sense here.  I very much appreciate many of the contributions that Albert Einstein passed on to us, however, I must disagree with this one.  Makes on one wonder if he even said it.  Science is directly opposed to any supernatural phenomena.  Gods, demons, angels could only cripple a sense of striving for a reasonable conclusion in any scientific equation. Science is purely the laws of nature arriving at convergence. The idea of the supernatural realm of religion is not possible to incorporate.  


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