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Science is not a set of beliefs, as much as its misunderstanding detractors would have us believe. There is no such thing as a scientific fact. Science is a process of investigation.

If religion is treated as a set of beliefs, e.g., blind faith in an afterlife, religion and science can coexist nicely, even if the religious beliefs never change. If the religious beliefs start to be seen as facts, problems can arise. I think religion as process to understand humanity's depth offers potential of growth.

I believe the designations (the colors) in the table should be rotated 90 degrees clockwise.