Providing a definition of science does not mean tools will never advance to the level of working. How do you know they will never advance to the point of working? What will prevent this?
Eyeglasses were never meant to be used as a hearing aid. Science wasn't meant to be the study of the supernatural. Just as there are different tools for different things, like eyeglasses to help sight, and a hearing aid to help hearing, science is the tool to study the natural.
The definition of the word has nothing to do with it. If another world were discovered, mankind would explore it using the system of science. Do you deny this?
It depends on if the world is physical or not.
Have I not been clear on this?
I did not define God, I said if another world were found to exist it would be considered physical
No Kenny. I'm talking about when you said that if science can't study God, then either there is no God, or science fails.
I said nothing about world “X” being a planet. It is no more a planet than the spiritual world is a planet. It’s just a world where someone claims it exists, but they provide no empirical evidence that it actually does; you know sorta like your spiritual world.
And as I have said over and over, there is no empirical evidence of something outside of nature. Empirical evidence is in science. Metaphysical proof is in something outside of nature, such as God.
World”X” is that way also. You can never get objective evidence of World “X”. I guess according to your logic that place must exist also huh?
Your hypothetical world "X", is either natural, or outside of nature. Depending on which it is, everything I've said would apply.
It's really not difficult to understand.
As does the vast majority of scientists and cosmologists who study in the field. Yep some of the greatest minds in the world don’t understand your logic. At least I’m in good company huh?
You have any empirical evidence that the vast majority of cosmologists don't believe in God?
This conversation has pretty much run its course. Unless you have something different to add, I feel like I'm just repeating what I've said before.