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I refer you to my link.

I would never in any way discredit or dismiss the research of a scientist that believed in any deity as quite a number do believe. Although, for example, if an avowed creationist were to publish on evolution, then I might reserve the right to hold on to a pinch of salt

As for one on one debates, some are good at it and some aren't.

Edited to add: Between one and three percent of the US population is believed to be atheist so, by definition, the other ninety-plus percent believe in a deity or deities. I don't ever recollect disregarding the output of *all* US science.

I do, however, take on board the fact that over forty percent of the US population are delusional to the point that they believe in Biblical Creation. That does make me inclined to the idea that there isn't a lot of point in trying to get the US to do anything about their lifestyle. When something considerably larger than Sandy slaps you up the side of the head you (the US) will just put it down to God's Will and hunker down, waiting for Armageddon and the End Times.