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Does scientific exploration leave space for a supernatural creator?

Where, if anywhere, does scientific exploration find or leave space for a supernatural creator of the universe, and one that has a continuing involvement in it?
Arthur Holroyd from York (Age 55+)


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  1. This interesting question has come up in different forms and I have also asked it. I have a lifetimes experience of working in science in industry, academic institutes and hospital labs. The scientific work was purely about analysing, using scientific equipment or providing teaching or research results. Its really all about physics, chemistry, astronomy or biology. So I am wondering why people are looking to modern science to explain the existence of a supernatural creator of the universe. You would not ask an engineer if mechanics could provide an answer to the question! I think that if you removed the term ‘supernatural’ and replace ‘creator’ with ‘creative force’ then the question would be more acceptable to science. For then the scientist could explore the properties of a energy force that creates order, as for example in the form of a naturally formed symmetrical crystal. Also, why is the speed of light a constant value, as is absolute zero temperature? – is this not order?

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