I have no idea what you're saying. The only dogma science has is honesty and integrity. All else is open to revision. Most religions have long lists of dogmas which are not to be questioned, let alone revised. This does NOT mean all scientists are honest and have impeccable integrity. Neither do religious folks! ---- The BIG Difference is simple: Science lays out its findings in an orderly fashion, based on observations, experiments, hypotheses, data, etc. Scientific documents are only a way of keeping track; they are NOT a primary source. Most (but not all) religions base their beliefs on ancient documents, often of unknown origin, and on personal testimony that cannot be checked. These are considered primary sources which must be believed without question. See the difference? Normally there's no real conflict, because most religions do not cover the same ground as science. The Bible doesn't try to explain radio or gravity. But sometimes the collision is head-on. There are a considerable number of folks right here in the USA, today, who say that the entire Universe is less than 7000 years old, and was all created in 144 hours (six days). They say all of us MUST believe this, that it is the actual TRUTH, despite all the scientific evidence to the contrary. They say this ONLY because of the Book of Genesis. They interpret it a certain way, and nothing else - not data, not experiments, not other interpretations - will change what they believe and what they INSIST that we believe.