Biologist vs. Physicist on... "god" :P Hello! Some time ago I was watching an interview between............ Richard Dawkins and... another scientist, whose name I can't recall. In the interview he comments on his impression that there seems to be a different level of approval to the concept of 'a god' in the beliefs of biologists vs. physicists. He argues the reason is, physics cannot yet explain for certain enigmatic phenomena on the universe, so, it sort of leaves space for a kind of "mysticism" or at least a sense of "spiritualism" or perhaps "beauty" that accounts for the notion of 'a god' in this sense, even so to speak of "nature", you know, poetic stuff. I share his idea about this distinction, but it is only my impression, I dont know what is the general feeling about this in biology? My invitation is for comments on your observations on the sentiment toward this idea on the field of biology, or even in physics or other sciences, what do you believe about this?