For you maybe, but some of us use science to investigate all things. But I can see how not considering science makes certain things easier to believe---which is why a person may see a need for separation.
I'm not sure who you are responding to here, but I (and I thought Burns above) was not suggesting a need for a separation. I have no need for a separation at all. Science does not refute God. Science does not have the tools to measure God, so science makes no statement as TO God, in the first place. Science can, however, refute some things taught about God.
The only conflict between science and God is our misunderstandings of one or both.
After all, a "thousand years from now", no-one is going to attempt to claim that the earth is at the center of the universe or solar system, or that the earth is flat, or that we remain on the planet due to some "magical" force....
No. Our tools and knowledge will grow. (which is also what you were said above) What is immeasurable now, might not immeasurable then. The spiritual might well be accepted, proven, or at least theorized such as evolution... and the 'tools' might even be within us. We might look back and smile that some thought to deny it in the first place.