Month: November 2013

The Unknown is Still Unknown

We’ve made great strides in our understanding of the cosmos- or have we? Nearly everything that’s “understood” about space is based on circumstantial evidence. In fact, nearly everything in science is based on circumstatial evidence. You can set up any experiment you want and the results will always be based on circumstance.¬† You can reduce the degree of uncertainty that a given correlation is meaningful and yet never be able to eliminate the possibility of coincidence. For all we know the atomic theory of electrons spinning around nuclei and such is all an illusion designed to spin us away from what matter is really made of. Quantum physics certainly raises some questions about it. At least electron microscopy¬†appears to add a measure of confidence as it seems to enable us to see the tiny atoms as round objects. It amazes me that people who study the cosmos are so quick to explain things that are supposedly millions of light years away. How often do they recognize an intelligent creator as behind their existence? Or should I say, how consistently do they fabricate imaganitive stories of how the existance of this celestial object or that created themselves entirely by “natural” processes….

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Maybe They Should Scrap It

Cosmology has to be the bologna king! Where do they come up with this stuff? A nova, the “birth of a star”, a “planet made of diamonds”, “gases condensing in space”? Science is lost in space and Dr. Smith is sure that the robot is just a big babbling buffoon. They tell us these objects out there are “light years” away and yet they know everything about them. Their age, how they got there, what planets are circling the stars, their size, composition, atmosphere contents and if they are anything like earth. The whole science of cosmology is well, far fetched. If these guys really want to make a profound statement about the cosmos, it would go more like this, “we are astonished by all we see and the mystery of it all just keeps growing!” If they were wise, they’d just leave it at that. But, that’d be only partly true, cause we know that the Creator engineered it. Their purpose is to be lights for us and help us keep track of days and seasons. Anything beyond that is second guessing at best and vulgar for the most part. First there was “atomic theory”, then there was “quantum”…

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