Science and faith need each other for the benefit of all of creation, a Nobel-prize winning geneticist told Pope Benedict XVI and the world's bishops.
Werner Arber, a Swiss microbiologist who serves as the president of the Pontifical Academy of Sciences, also said that, while there is still no proof, he is one of a number of scientists who believe there may be life on some planets outside of Earth's solar system....
"If Jesus Christ would live among us today, he would be in favor of the application of solid scientific knowledge for the long-term benefit of humans and their natural environment, as long as such applications" fully respected the laws of nature, said Arber, one of three winners of the 1978 Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine.
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Posted October 16, 2012 at 8:01 am
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