Today, we live in a time of scientific rise, as 80% of the total scientists in the history of mankind have been living among us over the last 50 years, which is statistically very important.
The huge amount of scientific goods and products in our lives has become a key part of our lives today, turning into basics and essentials we cannot live without.
As new generations of young people rely more and more on these products and gain more respect for the science behind them, adding many entertainment aspects to their lives, as well as tools to facilitate tasks such as purchasing, communication, learning and work, these new generations will be more inclined to challenge the traditional opinions presented by stereotypical clerics in favour of science and the scientific community that transforms scientific theories and designs into tangible and measurable services and products.
This confrontation must utilise new tools and true respect for the mind of the recipient, without insult, contempt, or arrogance.
The language of science is getting stronger with the development of tools capable of measuring human and natural archaeological history, thus enabling the distinction between history and myth.
Furthermore, some tools underdevelopment explain the history of our planet in the galaxy and how it relates to physics and the role of stars and black holes, all of which can theoretically guide us to our future.
Historically, some clerics have generally underestimated science and its disciplines, because it challenges some of the most important traditional narratives upon which religious institutions built their legitimacy and derived their strength, and facing the lack of a practical solution for dialogue and acceptance of scientific propositions, they resorted to accusing people of being unbelievers, contempt and fighting violently and crudely.
All indications strongly point to the fact that the coming scientific era will witness many qualitative shifts in the way people live on Earth, the rise of the role of artificial intelligence in our lives and the growing role of genetic engineering in the health and medical system.
Furthermore, humans may be able to make public contact with other planets, as indicated by the hints by leaks from the United States military, and the growing hypothesis of the possibility of living on Mars or other planets.
The state of hostility, suspicion, and mistrust between the religious and scientific discourse generated the tense climate that dominated the relationship between them, and the struggle between science and ignorance will continue, and those who respect the mind will prevail.