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View Poll Results: Why do some scientists believe in science? Why do you particularly embrace belief?
I believe in scientific stuff only. 1 25.00%
I can prove that belief does not oppose science. (I will comment with proof) 0 0%
I feel there is no distinction between belief and science. (I got no proof though) 0 0%
I think this poll is silly, because other peoples beliefs are irrelevant. (I could care less) 0 0%
Not applicable, like scientists such as Neil deGrasse Tyson, I observe that regardless of belief, science is true. 3 75.00%
Voters: 4.

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