Modern science is no longer a practice, but a religious belief system.
Just because the general concencus disagrees with your religious myths doesn't mean that they are engagings in religious beliefs and/or practices. Modern science shares few, if any, traits with religion. Moreover, modern science includes hundreds of seperate disciples, are they all religions? Or just the ones that disagree with your religious myths?
Many scientific methods and theories have been defeated and proven wrong
Absolutely. Thats how science works. Scientific theories are superceded all the time, by other scientist with better evidence
such as carbon 14 dating, macro-evolution, darwinism, and fossilization time requirements.
Disproven by whom? Using what evidence? Published in what scientific journals? I mean were are talking Nobel Prize kind of research after all.
However, if a professor comes out and says that, he will lose his pension, tenure and good standing in the scientific community, and be labeled a wacko
Do you know how hard it is to lose tenure?
This idiotic idea that "there are researchers out who can disprove the entirety of astropysics, big bang cosmology, and evolutionary theory but are afraid to do so" sounds exactly like the kid in high school who has this hot ass girlfriend that no one can ever meet beause "she lives in Canada". In other words 100% USDA certified bullshit.
One cannot advance in science without discovering God, if even by accident.
So how do you explain all of the ones that see no evidence whatsoever that points to the existence of a deity of any sort? Further mor, you also make a rather arrogant leap in assuming any deity found by scientists would not ony be the christian god, but your particular version of it.
I live in Colorado, and there is evidence of Noah's flood everywhere. You can still find sea shells in the mountains. You can also find signs of water damage and erosion up there as well.
Most of Colorado sits smack dab in what used to be the Western Interior Seaway. You find lots of sea shell because the land you live on spent millions of years under-fucking-water!
My wife lived in a farming community for most of her life, and she told me about the many sea shells her and her siblings would find in the corn field. The funny thing is, when clams die, their mouths open. These are all closed, meaning they died in an aquatic event that happened very quickly and violently, like say...a worldwide cataclysmic flood.
Would you care to explain to me why a flood would wipe out a species that lives in the water in the first fucking place
Science has long known about all that the bible has been telling us.
And that would be what in particular? All I hear is vague generalities and deafening silence from people like you and so-called "creation scientists" respectively
Bones of giants are found all over the world all the time
Really? Where? Why are they not on display anywhere, including places like the discovery institute, the creation museum, and the thankful defunct Dino Adventure Land? If they are found "all the time" as you claim then you would think one creationist group or another would have managed to aqquire one, or are they scared of the Evil Scientist Overlords too?
You never hear about it
Gee... I wonder why?
because if a scientist announces this type of discovery, it supports what the bible says about there being giants in ancient times, and they could lose credibility in the scientific community
A scientist who makes a genuine discovery of that type would likely win a Nobel Prize, not to mention the prestige, research grants, and countless other benefits that would come with such a discovery. What benefit could any scientist of scentific body possibly have to gain from covering it up?