# Is there any overlap between religious views of how the world was created and scientific theories?

May 1, 2016

In ancient times, religion and science were inseparable. It is unit of time that matters. 1 day in religious books might be 1 million years on the current time scale. See explanation. .

#### Explanation:

Hindus' ancient time scales correspond to those of modern scientific cosmology - $C a r l E \mathrm{dw} a r d S a g a n$

Presumably, scientists might have had some basic quintessential clues from faith-related stories, for their research on materials, particles acquiring mass (accretion), baffling Dark matter, Photon, Quanta and so on.

Please do not think that I am batting for religions. I am speaking truth, despite that I am an agnostic to all superstitious aspects of all faiths. I ever maintain that science has a supervisory control over other faiths, in endorsing science in religion. I do not see that it is vice versa.

If any reader is interested, I would e-send my whole essay titled "9 Science and Religion", pp121-139, in my book "Faiths And Proximate Truths" (2010) that deals with your subject, at length.