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Anonymous asked: Can religion be viewed as a type of Schrödinger's cat? With no evidence for or against, it could paradoxically be both..? ldk
Both true and untrue? No, I don’t view it in that way at all. If religion was something beyond a production of natural humanity it would hold information that was either timeless and always correct or special that we had not known prior to its revelation. We already know for certain there are many aspects to each religion that were either established under false information or found out later to be totally untrue. There was no information unknown to the people of the time ever included in a religion. They are exactly the type of thing we would expect from the people who produced them.