New Scientist on god and religion
New Scientist March 17, 2012
That issue has a several short essays on science and god and religion. I bring it up because nearly every time some science source has material like this it is always misrepresented in the media.
Here are the facts. One article mentions two experiments on infants. Another mentions a couple tests on adults. The latter we all know about. The former all parents know. Confirmation of common knowledge but in the simplified context of controlled studies meaning only that what we know is correct. No surprises in the results.
From those several thousand words of philosophizing with loose to no connection to the experiments that anyone with a modest writing talent who has considered religious history and is able to argue to the conclusion to the conclusion that what we see today is what should be. Awfully clever those articles.
Jews stole the land. The owners want it back. That is all anyone needs to know about Israel. That is all there is to know about Israel.