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The history of science argues against your assertion. Some scientists were repelled by the Big Bang theory because of it's perceived theistic implications. They at least admitted why they had problems with it, and it wasn't the "science".

You keep bringing up the Big Bang as an example of scientific bias, but I think it makes the opposite point. As soon as the big bang theory was proposed scientists began experiments to test the model. It soon became clear that the big bang was a better explanation for existing data and it has now become the dominant theory.

The history of the Big bang theory demonstrates that science has little problem adopting theories with theistic implications as long as it is good science. That's the problem with ID.
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