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Written by Vincent Diamante   
Monday, 30 March 2009 17:42

The difference between art and science can be explained like so: science is the search for what is there while art is the belief in what isn't.

Just another in my long list of (mostly failed) attempts to make something that sounds reasonably elegant while explaining why the heck I act and speak as I do.  In this case, justifying why science is something I love but something I would absolutely hate to devote my life to.  Also, the fact that I'm a huge fan of Richard Dawkins and Sam Harris, yet still consider myself to some extent religious...

(Or maybe I like religion more than I am religious?  Or maybe I'm confusing that for simply being spiritual?  I don't know.  Maybe after a good night's sleep this will all change...)

 

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