Originally Posted by Unforgiven
I just saw the explanation of the religious part. I'm going to try and say this without offending any one on either side of the religious coin.
Are they really trying to lead us to believe that if you can do math you can't be religious, and vice versa. C'mon man, my favorite color is red, does that mean I can't learn the Chinese language or something. It seems really naive to assume that one's beliefs or lack thereof is in anyway related to intelligence.
The common argument that those capable of scientific, analytical thought are enlightened enough to know better than to believe in a higher being... So anyone who does believe can't be included in that group.