My daughter and I watched this program on NOVA the other night and both of us were left in awe. The whole thing is remarkable but what struck me was the contribution of Albert Einstein. I mean, don’t misunderstand me, I knew how much he contributed to the way we look at so many things but to stop and really think of how gifted he was, and as I told my daughter, how he still believed in something beyond him, he was willing to call God. He recognized a “spirit” in the construct of the universe. So if you missed the show…I am sure you can catch at least part of it online. http://video.pbs.org/video/2163057527?utm_source=Facebook&utm_medium=fanpage&utm_campaign=pbsAnd there is nothing like watching it with a 14 year old Geek…:). For both of us (me with my brief astronomy stint in college and her with her mind open to the world) it was an exciting experience. Considering possibilities…looking for reasons for why things happen as they do. Calling one another holographs…grams…whatever! I just enjoy the diversity of creation, the passion of exploration and the determination of so many people to get to the bottom of it all. Religion and Science meet very well I think, since we are all on the same sort of quest. And any insight in either field is a gift to be enjoyed and honored. So for all of the people who are uncomfortable or intimidated by either field…relax, as Einstein said: “The situation may be expressed by an image: science without religion is lame, religion without science is blind.” Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Did_Einstein_believe_in_God#ixzz1ckiwC3ukThough I am sure there are many who feel differently! Ha!