In summary the author makes distinctions between Torah (God's wisdom from Above) faith/religion (deals with absolute truth issues), science (deals with what can be measured validated, extrapolated because it is close to what has been mesured/validated, theories, probabilities; psuedoscience (wildly extrapolative speculation using scientific language but not validated principles, and human nature (desire to acomplish/explain even if wacky). Science and religion can achieve congruity (electromagnetism as a single force reflecting a single Creator; perhaps someday science will demonstrate a unified betweeen gravity and electromagnetism) but Torah and science deal with irreconciliably different realms. Science, at its best, only describes high probabilities, never certainties or absolute truth.
Science is much better at describing macromatter (colligations/conglomerations) than single atom stuctures and interactions of between single atoms and the components of atomic nuclei. Joseph Morgan, MD