From the UK, an article about the intersection of science and religion, at the level of quantum physics: BBC NEWS | What do you get if you divide science by God?.
Scientists who are also religionists are in the minority, for sure, but they get a disproportionate amount of attention… like a Jewish Nazi of a black employee of the KKK. Is this appropriate?
Not sure… obviously many people think this tells us something about the state of knowledge. I’m more inclined to believe that it is just further proof that religion is brain/genetically based as I postulated over 20 years ago. With that being the case, you’d expect a certain percentage of people with a high knowledge of reality would still find themselves unable to let go of superstition. Otherwise, you’d have an equal percentage of people with little understanding of the rational thinking process who would nevertheless be non-believers.