I was taken by Krauss' suggestion that in our culture, we often give up too soon when we are stumped by life's probing questions, especially when it comes to science. I also enjoyed how he handled her questions about religion and spirituality..and even though he cut her off (he seemed passionate about the subject) he got me with his assertion that real spirituality is asking the questions and being open to the possibilities. I agree. We don't have to have all the answers about science or religion, but does this mean we shouldn't share ideas and be open to the possibility that each side has something valuable to add to the discussion, and that answers can come from the most unlikely places....if they come at all.
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