Right on. I also believe in God and Jesus. I even believe Satan is real. I think books like the bible are righteous (but not to be taken literally in a few instances). But I'm in a minority when I say I don't like the idea religion, but I'm ok with the freedom of choice for choosing a religion. The only religion I'm ok with is, if I can phrase this right, is a religion that's a non-religion. One of transparency, love. Kind of like Buddhism. But I probably won't be a Buddhist myself. Buddhist are too detached for their own good, and I think it's important to be involved in ongoing events and fight for and speak up for what's right.
And I wouldn't worry about science. And by science I don't mean Anthony Fauci. Science is awesome. Because what is science? Even a google search definition doesn't do it justice in my opinion. Science is vocabulary and the means of furthering our vocabulary on what is. Science and religion can co-exist but it's not science itself that's the problem. The problems people's ego and when hearing something that's viewed as scientific fact that goes against what they believe they go cray cray.
But it necessary to criticize the science of today and what's commonly viewed as scientific fact. For example something I mentioned before, fluoride. It's pure poison but I've been told my whole life it's good for your teeth so they put in toothpaste and our water supply. I believe many of the scientific facts circulating around is complete jargon. I'm not a flat or hollow earther. But I believe in some crazy stuff that knows against what's commonly viewed today as fact.
Finally, you wrote something that might make sense now related to science.
Also, I am disappointed how budget is the True evil behind not having cancer cured.
In fact, I remember a kid who followed me on one of social media sites who thinks we would achieve more ideas if we decided to practice non-ethical science more.
Imagine if we manage to bring back David Bowie back to life without making him look like he is going to fall apart just by hugging him.
I hope somewhere in a decade or two happens.