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Science Tuesday: The Merging of Science and Religion

November 12 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

The Merging of Science and Religion: Essential to maximizing human freedom and security in an interdependent world. 

The first paragraph of the Declaration of Independence states that “the Laws of Nature and Nature’s God” offers “Self-evident” “Truths”. If actually codified in law these truths would maximize human freedom and security both here and abroad, achieving “liberty and justice for all” for almost all time. Everything in the universe is made up of systems and structures that are based on fundamental principles…except the workings of the human mind. This evolutionary tool has given us alternative laws based on the concept of independence which is perpetually accelerating global chaos, injustice and insecurity. While the human brain and nervous systems may be the most complex and sophisticated system and structure in the universe, the cognitive sciences suggest that the human mind’s creativity and flaws may be our undoing.

About the Speaker:
Chuck Wooley is a former HS biology teacher elected to Chair the United Nations Association Council of Organizations (collective membership of 25 million Americans), also appointed to the Action Board of the American Public Health Association (120,000 US Health Professionals) is now a ‘has been’. But the unbreakable links between basic human rights, environmental protection, and national security remain his study and passion. Mr. Woolery’s successes as Director of the Alliance for Child Survival, and Issues/Advocacy Director for both the Global Health Council and Albert Einstein’s World Federalist Association let to his colleagues electing him to those peak career positions. He then learned if you tell people what they need to know, instead of what they want to hear, the truth will set you free.

Details

Date:
November 12
Time:
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
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Venue

Rockville Senior Center
1150 Carnation Dr
Rockville, 20850 United States
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