Poet and retired biologist Brigitte Goetze digs into her scientific background to offer readers something beautiful and wholly original.
An Approximation, by Rhode Island scientist and poet Carolyn Decker, is an ode to the interconnectedness of everything and a clarion call for wisdom in a world of desires.
Einstein goes on to explore definitions of science and religion and sees no fundamental conflict between them, except for when each try to encroach on the other's territory: science can only claim what is and not what should be, and religion can have no declaration of fact.
Albert Einstein called for the scientific method to be accompanied by a deep humanism often grounded in religious practice. He argued that the role of religion would be to set into the emotional life of humans the means and ends of their rational endeavors.