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  1. 1. "Never teaches wrong facts? uhmm... I doubt it. What about the claim that human is made of clay? what about the claim that God created Earth in 6 days? All of these go against the true facts of science (especially evolution). I think on this point, Emilia1320 & alefal, in the other thread, have both given pretty strong arguments against your claim here 2. Religion is the one that tells only one side of the story, because it claims everything in the absolutist way. Science, on the other hand, does not. In fact, within science itself, there can be many different theories; and the one th
  2. 1. "Never teaches wrong facts? uhmm... I doubt it. What about the claim that human is made of clay? what about the claim that God created Earth in 6 days? All of these go against the true facts of science (especially evolution). I think on this point, Emilia1320 & alefal, in the other thread, have both given pretty strong arguments against your claim here 2. Religion is the one that tells only one side of the story, because it claims everything in the absolutist way. Science, on the other hand, does not. In fact, within science itself, there can be many different theories; and the one th
  3. Of course it does matter what kind of knowledge you are spreading!The teachers have the duty to spread the best knowledge mankind has at the moment. If they tell things that go against it that's called lying. We are privileged to educate ourselves. With privilege, we will have also responsibility. With this privilege we should worship education, and have enough source-criticism to not swallow everything that's told to us. Those of us who end up passing onwards education, i.e become teachers / some other way spread knowledge around, should always spread the knowledge that has evidence behind it
  4. I'm a Muslim, my religion Islam: 1- Never teaches wrong facts, in fact, it's a duty to pursue knowledge and ask question. Because 'hopfully' they will make you realize how great God 'Allah' is. 2- In fact, I think it's the neo-atheism movements that give a wrong impression of religion telling only one side of the story. 3- Islam is all about peace. Beside many Qur'anic verse, our prophet (pbuh) says: "Allah will not be merciful to those who are not merciful to mankind". The key words are 'merciful' and 'mankind', not only 'Muslims' or 'religious people', but merciful to 'mankind'. P.S. 1- I
  5. Actually, in hindsight, I think even I would disagree with myself! That's what happens when you write things immediately after the New Year's celebrations! I would like to point out, though, that I did say that 'The more religiously fundamental one is, the more one diverts from this line of thinking', but I guess that doesn't change much. There are a few points I would like to highlight, though. First of all, you're indeed correct - in fact I have lived in Norway all my life until I started at university. 1. I don't consider those who don't believe in god Christian. That's the single mo
  6. The education is, or should be searching the knowledge. Developing knowledge. Denying the most accurate knowledge doesn't go well with that. Of course that's not always the case but for those who directly believe their religion's holy writings (I'm now speaking about at least major religions, and most of minor ones) deny the most accurate knowledge about many fields of study. As a Muslim, it's a duty in Islam to pursuit for knowledge. BTW, I think you've mixed science with education. *I don't want to assume, but I think you're an atheist. Because that's what they do 99% of the time.*
  7. You're not educated enough if you think religion is a barrier to access to education.
  8. Hello survivors! Is it okay if I do calculation in Design section? I have different concentrations as my Independent Variable, and the aim of the IA is to find an unknown concentration using a known concentration of another solution. Using Titration in short. The question again; where should I show the calculations of finding the different concentrations of my IVs? Thanks in advance.
  9. Has anyone heard of Kurdish language? I have Kurdish language as my first language, and I'm in Sweden now. So I'll be studying Kurdish as self-taught. Have you ever heard of a student with Kurdish self-taught? any help about the exams, books, the structure of studying... ANYTHING? Thanks for helping
  10. Hello there! Is there any specific book or book list in English B HL that should be read? I'm reading some books on my own, so I think it'd be better to read IB books. Thanks
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