Actually in that particular case he was not so much attacking than merely stating a fact. The concept of (a) God is not relevant to science because it is non-falsifiable, much like the Flying Spaghetti Monster or the idea that we're all trapped in the Matrix.<quoted text>
Thanks so much for being polite respecting other people's beliefs.(Please note the sarcasm )
God still cares for you.
And I still care for you.
If you want to actually think about it science doesn't "Care" for anything because it is After all not a person but a set of rules for determining how the physical world works. Odd but if you wish to treat it like an entity with motivation fell free.
This is especially disturbing seeing as how my post was responding not to any scientific fact. But to the inaccuracy of her religious biblical opinion.
You however felt the need to beat up on all people of faith across the entire world. And you wonder why people so attacked Feel the need to insulate their children from your and others like you and your insistence on proclaiming that the teaching of science necessitates the disbelief in God.
As such, science makes no theological claims. There may or may not be a God. It cannot be verified either way until one presents objectively verifiable evidence. You are correct however that science need not necessarily preclude religious beliefs. Which is why there are still a number of scientists today who believe in God (and I'm not referring to any of the yokels who may appear on those silly lists made up by creationists for PR purposes).