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English, Paperback, Weinberg Steven. Weinberg Steven. Weinberg would eventually win the Nobel Prize in physics for developing a theory that unified electromagnetic force and the so-called weak interaction, two of the four fundamental forces. Science, Weinberg believes, has changed our values and beliefs in ways that can scarcely be overestimated. Ever the secular rationalist, Weinberg is known among scientists for his outspoken opinions on the subject of religion.
But for good people to do evil things, that takes religion. I really dislike religion intensely. On one major question, however, Steven Weinberg is in complete agreement with Phillip Johnson and many fundamentalists.
Weinberg is scornful of those who describe science as just one way among many of finding truth. Weinberg, like Darwin , has devoted much of his professional life to thinking about origins. Al Gore, incidentally, is not the first politician to take an interest in scientific questions about origins.