Nobel prize winners are very unlikely to be religious

This page on Wikipedia claims rather surprisingly that: This list comprises laureates of the Nobel Prize who self-identified as atheist, agnostic, freethinker or otherwise nonreligious at some point in their lives.[2] Many of these laureates were identified with a religion earlier in life. By one estimate, between 1901-2000 about 10.5% of all laureates, and 35%…

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Measuring scientific knowledge: can we use questions that are denied by the religious?

In reply to http://www.ljzigerell.com/?p=534 and his working paper here: http://www.ljzigerell.com/?p=2376 We are discussing his working paper over email, and I had some reservations about his factor analysis. I decided to run the analyses I wanted myself, but it turned into a longer project which should be placed in a short paper instead of in a…

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