Wow! What a radical idea. Isaac Newton would’ve had a fit. Oh wait.
From Prager U:
Does belief in God get in the way of science? The idea that science and religion are inevitably in conflict is a popular way of thinking today. But the history of science tells a different story.
But now, just asking: Have new atheists made any difference to the practice of science? Why are they even associated with science in particular?
You may also wish to read: How did new atheism,/a> become the “godlessness that failed”?