San Felipe Corn Dance vs. the Atom Bomb – Science and Religion in New Mexico Part 2

San Felipe Corn Dance vs. the Atom Bomb – Science and Religion in New Mexico Part 2

Stephen FribergReligion and science are the two wings upon which man’s intelligence can soar into the heights, with which the human soul can progress. It is not possible to fly with one wing alone![

`Abdu’l-Bahá

May 10, 2015

My daughter and I drove 800 miles Sunday!  I’m too exhausted to complete the planned 2nd blog on New Mexico today – will post it May 17th.

Meanwhile, some pictures.

Here is the iconic Socorro Catholic Church.  Its foundations date from the 1630s.

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Here’s a picture we took not too long after sunrise at White Sands —

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Local floral and fauna (pronghorn antelope)

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Navajo Country (Shiprock)

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The author, Stephen Friberg, is a Bahá’í living in Mountain View, California. A research physicist by training, he wrote Religion and Evolution Reconciled: ‘Abdu’l-Bahá’s Comments on Evolution with Courosh Mehanian. He worked in Japan for 10 years before joining the semiconductor industry in Silicon Valley.

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