The point I was making is, religion is inherent inside each person, such that even if one is not outwardly religious in the formal sense, there will be urges to do a parallel behavior, such as believe in UFO's and aliens. The justification for aliens may be called pseudo-science but it is trying to rationalize what is felt inside, but in a way that is more atheist friendly. The way I combine science and faith was to use science to investigate the human mind to see where these religion factors come from and how they work. In my observations, atheism is not formerly a religion, based on semantics. But if you look at behavior, there is always the crusade to rid the world of that evil religion, like another religion in competition. The inside is disguised to make it science friendly. If you apply the theories of evolution and natural selection, humans have been practicing religion since civilization began. If you combine this time intensive behavior, with selective advantage in terms of following the herd and gaining placement in the pecking order, compared to departure (expulsion or death), human behavior based genes; natural for some, concentrated along the lines of religious behavior. One way to test this theory would be to make use of small children. Small children are little natural human animals who have not yet been conditioned or programmed to the bias of culture. They can still act natural. Their affinity will be toward the natural. Small children all seem to like stories that involved talking animals, etc; mythology. This affinity is innate, but gets repressed as children enter indoctrination into atheism. In America, only atheism can be taught in public schools. In spite of this high level of propaganda control, the country is not 100% atheist. What would happen is religion was allowed to teach in public schools for 50% of the class time?. Would atheist gain the same ratio of indoctrinates? The answer would be no, since even though religions may teach what is not science, it reaches something inside; brain firmware.