It was, of course, a lie what you read about my religious convictions, a lie which is being systematically repeated. I do not believe in a personal God and I have never denied this but have expressed it clearly
Also, a majority of American scientists do not believe in God. Biologists, physicists, and astronomers, who should have the best tools for deciding such a question, believe even less frequently than do other scientists. In 1998, Nature published a study, in which it looked at scientists overall and scientists who are members of the National Academy of Sciences. Mirroring a 1914 study which showed similar results, they picked the NAS scientists as being the "greater" scientists and surveyed them to see how they believed.
7% believed in a personal God. 72.2% disbelieved in God. 20.8% had "doubt or agnosticism."
Of the group of all scientists (not just "greater" ones) 60.7% expressed disbelief or doubt. Even if you don't buy the "greater" scientist methodology, you're still left with a definite majority of scientists who disbelieve.
So, please don't quote me scientists as justification for your belief in God. Also, unless you're an accomplished scientist, please don't talk about how the Universe (or homo sapiens) is so complex that there must be a Designer, since the people who actually know what they're talking about disagree with you.