Tuesday, April 1, 2008

Skeptripe #9: "Quote-Mine"

Welcome back to "Skeptripe," where I expose words and phrases used by so-called "Skeptics" and Athiests that are overused, misused, or just plain stupid.

Sometimes "Skeptics" will accuse their opponents of using "Quote-Mines," which are little quotes so potent that they explode the "Skeptic's" argument, like a mine on a battlefield. "Skeptics" claim that this is some kind of dirty, dishonest trick, but what else do you expect from whiny liberal peaceniks?

The best way to avoid being whined at like this is to just not use any quotes anywhere, but sometimes you can't avoid it. My only usual exception is with quotes from the Bible: I hope that if I use enough Bible quotes, exposing the "Skeptic" Athiests to God's Holy Word a little at a time, the Holy Spirit will build up in their hearts until eventually it'll be too much for even them to deny. It hasn't happened yet, but I have Faith that it still might.

Anyway, "Skeptics" who complain about quote mines usually talk about how the words are taken out of context, or how they don't mean what we say they mean. This is obviously absurd: words have specific definitions that were made by God and written in His Divine Dictionary on our hearts. The meanings of words don't change, regardless of what other words are around them. I can go to any passage of the Bible, pick out any string of words, and find that it means the same thing as it does when I read the whole chapter, and it's just as profound. I'd be tempted to say that "Skeptics" just don't understand how reading works, but I think it just relates back to their fears. They're afraid of their Athiest and Big Scienceist heroes being Godly men, or showing that Athiesm is stupid, so they claim we're taking those people's anti-Athiest quotes out of context, and that they actually meant something else. The "Skeptics" are afraid of looking stupid and silly, so they lie about us misrepresenting their arguments. They're afraid to admit that we're right, so they try to mangle God's words to mean other things.

"Skeptics" live their whole lives in fear because they don't have God to rely on. So next time a "Skeptic" accuses you of using "Quote-Mines," just imagine them as they are: a scared, sad little Athiest trapped in the middle of a minefield, shivering and hoping no one hears them praying. There are no Athiests in foxholes, whether on the battlefield, or on the blogosphere.

Skeptripe #8: "Null Hypothesis"

Welcome back to "Skeptripe," where I expose words and phrases used by so-called "Skeptics" and Athiests that are overused, misused, or just plain stupid.

Athiests and Big Scienceists often pull out the "Null Hypothesis," usually with reference to "Occam's Razor." What it means is that they start off any study assuming that whatever their opponent talks about doesn't exist. They claim that it's a fundamental idea in reason, but I think it really just exposes the Godless Athiestic (lack of) values at the heart of Big Science.

What it boils down to is that, if you tell an Athiest Big Scienceist something, their first instinct is to not believe you. I know, I know, Athiests not believing something--shocking, right? I don't know about you, but I trust people. If you tell me something, I tend to believe you, unless I find out that you're bearing false witness.

But Athiests don't have that kind of Faith, in God or their fellow people. They know that, since they don't believe in God, they're all liars, so they assume everyone else lies all the time too. Their first reaction to any person is to assume that that person is just as sad, pathetic, and depraved as they are. I guess if they realized that the rest of us were good people, destined for Heaven and the glory of God, they'd probably be even more depressed.

The "Null Hypothesis" isn't Science, it isn't reason, it's just more Athiest depression and depravity.


Who else is looking forward to "Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed"? I can't wait until it hits the theaters. So far there haven't been any screenings in my area, and despite lots of prayer and concentration, I haven't been sent an invitation like the other people who have been able to see it so far.

The movie stars Ben Stein, who I think is smart and funny. I love him on those Visine commercials, and the speeches he wrote for Richard Nixon were just beautiful and brilliant. I know he's in some movies, but most of them are too secular for my taste, so it'll be nice to see him in a film that promotes a Godly message. I do have some problems with him, though, but I'll get to that later.

"Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed" is all about exposing the Truth behind the Athiest Big Science conspiracy to keep Intelligent Design out of the schools and laboratories. I think it's great that someone is finally making sure that Christians aren't oppressed here in our One Nation Under God.

Now, I don't entirely agree with the Intelligent Design people; too many of them are willing to accept silly things like a universe that's billions of years old, or that some evolution happens in nature, but their heads are in the right place. If they succeed, then maybe real Creationists will be able to finally bring God back into the classroom where He belongs, and our schools can be good and Christian once again.

The film apparently talks about how Darwinism leads directly to Nazism, and I'm glad someone finally has the courage to tell that truth. Sure, the Holocaust is probably way overexaggerated (6 million? That sounds like a Darwinist number to me), but the Nazis were still terrible Athiests and did horrible things in the name of No God.

This, though, is where my problem with Ben Stein comes in. See, Stein is a Jew, which means he doesn't accept Jesus Christ as our Lord and Savior. I'm not sure why the Intelligent Design people, who are all Christians, would want a Jewish person narrating their film and spreading the Holocaust exaggeration. I think they must have put him in there to keep the Bilderbergs and World Bankers from teaming up with the secularist Athiests and shutting the movie down.

Or maybe Ben Stein is one of the righteous Jews who will get to go up to Heaven when Christ returns! Oh, I hadn't thought of that before. Still, he really should convert to Christianity and let Jesus into his heart, just in case.

Overall, I'm really looking forward to seeing this movie finally tell the Truth about the Big Science lies and the false religion of Athiest Darwinism.

On a side note, Evil Athiest Blogger PZ Mayers tried to sneak into a showing of "Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed," but the producers threw him out. I guess he was making a scene, threatening good Christians and telling them lies about his Athiest religion. That was pretty dumb, since he was trying to be sneaky--he shouldn't have called attention to himself, then he could have seen the Truth about Darwinism and converted in the theater.
Athiest Pope Richard Dawkins did get to see the movie though, which I guess means he was using Athiest witchcraft to get past the producers. Too bad he didn't convert--imagine what the Athiests would do if their Pope suddenly found Jesus! They'd have to follow him too and become Christians!

Skeptripe #7: "Theory"

Welcome back to "Skeptripe," where I expose words and phrases used by so-called "Skeptics" and Athiests that are overused, misused, or just plain stupid.

"Theory" is one of those words that "Skeptics" just love to redefine. I mean, we all know what "theory" means. Like all words, its meaning was written by God on our hearts at Babel thousands of years ago; God doesn't change and neither do His definitions. When I say "I have a theory about what "Way of the Master" will be about this week," it doesn't mean "I did years of experiments and found fossils and lied and faked a bunch of things" like "Skeptics" want you to think it does. It means "I'm totally guessing, and this is pure speculation." It's not something I pretend to be sure of; if I watch WOTM and it's nothing like my theory, then I'm going to shrug and say "well, it was just a theory."

Contrast that with the kind of certainty you feel when reading the Bible or listening to a sermon or hearing the Voice of the Holy Spirit. You know that those things are true, because you feel it in your heart. When you make up a theory about what's going to be on your favorite TV show or which car is going to win the Nascar race, you don't have that knowledge in your heart, you just have a guess in your head, and you know it could be totally wrong.

Well, Athiest Big Scienceists and "Skeptics" don't believe in the Bible or the Holy Spirit, so they never get to feel that from-the-heart certainty. All they have is their head-guesses--their "theories"--so they have to pretend that those theories are more than just pure speculation. When you call them on it, on redefining the word "theory," they always get so upset--and why not? You're trying to take away the only thing they have left, this pretend certainty that they try to have in place of real Godly confidence. You really have to pity a mind so fragile that it would cling to such a flimsy delusion instead of looking at the real world.

In any case, don't pull any punches. If you take away the security blanket they hide under, exposing them to the full and awesome glory of Almighty God and his Absolute Truth, maybe they'll actually see the light.

Or maybe, like all such things, they'll hiss and skitter back into the darkness. But you have to try; it's your God-given duty.

Skeptripe #6: "Occam's Razor"

Welcome back to "Skeptripe," where I expose words and phrases used by so-called "Skeptics" and Athiests that are overused, misused, or just plain stupid.

"Skeptics" love to pull out "Occam's Razor" as if it's their John 3:16. The principle says that "the simplest answer is always the right one." This might seem strange to you, given what you likely already know about "Skeptics." I mean, when have you ever heard a "Skeptic" give a simple answer to anything? "Evolution is the process of how fish came from rocks and mud and..." and that's about when I fall asleep. Obviously the simplest answer is always "God." I don't know why "Skeptics" don't understand that.

But I do know why "Skeptics" like this "simplest answer" stuff: they're dumb. They like to look smart, to use big words and long sentences, but they just can't understand anything particularly complex. It's part of why they don't believe in God--they can't understand Him, so they just say He doesn't exist.

If you encounter this "Occam's Razor" in argument, just remind the "Skeptics" which answers are the really "simple" ones. "God" vs. "evolution by natural selection and..."--one word with three letters, or a whole paragraph of big made-up Science words, which is simpler? "Government Conspiracy" vs. "a decentralized Islamic terrorist organization who infiltrated the country..."--yes, "government conspiracy" is pretty long and has a bunch of syllables, but it's still simpler than their answer. "The Bible says so" vs. "there's no such thing as absolute morals and so we can make them up ourselves"--it should be obvious by now.

"Occam's Razor" is just like the "Skeptics" who love it so much: dull, blunt, and disposable.

Those poor kids

Not being content just to find new ways to murder innocent babies before they're born, Big Science has been trying to ruin the lives of living children too. They've been injecting a deadly substance called "mercury" into little kids for years now, and finally some good Christian whistleblowers are coming out against the Big Scienceists and exposing this terrible fraud.

Mercury is a silver liquid (Big Scienceists call it a metal, but everyone knows that metals are hard and strong, not liquidy) that can cause brain damage and death if you're exposed to it! Mercury, as you might recognize, is the name of one of the other planets that revolves around the Earth. This is because, while Big Science and NASA (Nazi Athiest Scienceist Alliance) were faking the Moon Landing on an underground soundstage, the Shadow Government was sending probes and robots to the other planets to collect alien materials for their terrible experiments. One of these probes brought mercury back from the planet Mercury, and that's where the whole mess started.

Those of you who went to a Godless public school might remember that Mercury is also the name of a false pagan god. It's no secret that aliens have visited Earth many times over the last 6,000 years; naturally some of them have been worshipped by foolish people who were drawn away from the One True God. One or more aliens from Mercury must have visited Ancient Rome and been worshipped as gods.

That's right, the same Ancient Romans who tried and crucified Our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. Is it any wonder that they were unable to see the Messiah right in front of their faces? They had been poisoned with the worship of Mercury, the Mercurians had damaged their brains just as mercury today damages the brains of defenseless little babies!

So, how does this all tie together? It has to do with Quantum Physics, which I talked about here. I mentioned there that the universe is full of tiny invisible angels, who do God's work for him. When we concentrate on these angels, they re-make the universe for each of us. At least, that's what's supposed to happen, what happens in a normal human being. But when you inject a baby with mercury, with an alien chemical soaked with false pagan religion, it traps all the little invisible angels that are in the baby's body, so they can't get out and communicate with the ones outside in the universe. What happens then is that as the baby grows up, it tries to concentrate and create its own universe like everyone else, but the angels inside can't get out, so they create that universe inside the child's mind! The child's personal reality is disconnected from God's reality, even though the child's body is still in God's reality! Big Scienceists call this "autism," but it's really an artificial spiritual separation from God.

It's easy enough to see why Athiestic Big Scienceists would do this: when they kill babies in the womb, those babies' souls go straight to Heaven. That upsets the Athiests, because they know they aren't going to Heaven, and they want everyone to be just as miserable as they are. So they invented a way to keep children from knowing God and making their own realities without killing them. They spend years in this fallen, sinful world, not knowing God's Love, committing sins they don't even know about because they're trapped in the worlds in their own heads.

I will never understand how the Athiest mind works, that they could inflict this sort of suffering on innocent children. What terrible, terrible people.

Skeptripe #5: "Ad Hominem"

"The fool hath said in his heart, There is no God. Corrupt are they, and have done abominable iniquity: there is none that doeth good." Psm. 53:1

Welcome back to "Skeptripe," where I expose words and phrases used by so-called "Skeptics" and Athiests that are overused, misused, or just plain stupid.

"Skeptics" will often complain about "ad hominem" attacks in arguments. They'll say that "just because someone is an Athiest doesn't mean that they're untrustworthy or evil," or "just because someone is an anonymous person online doesn't mean they're wrong." They claim that a person's character doesn't matter as long as they give a valid argument. As usual, these "Skeptics" are missing the point entirely.

Just as it says in Psalms, none of the Athiest "Skeptics" who shun God do any good things. People who don't believe in the Bible have nothing to keep them from committing all sorts of sins: lying, stealing, murdering. Of course we care about their personal character: why would we want to listen to a liar and a murderer? If you're talking to an Athiest, chances are that they're both, or worse. It doesn't do any good to argue with someone who's lying to you--their argument is going to be full of lies!

Good people do good things and bad people do bad things--that's obvious! If someone's a bad person, it means they do bad things; how could anyone, even an Athiest deny this? It only makes sense for us to find out if someone is a good or bad person before we try to argue with them, because at least that way we know what we're getting into--an intelligent discussion with a good, godly person, or a bitter war with a sinful lying Hellbound God-hating Athiest.

Yes, we look ad hominem--to the man--in order to see how close the man comes ad deo--to God.

Comforting Thoughts

If you die tonight, did you know you're going to Hell? Unless you're a good person, which you aren't. Because if you've ever told a lie, that means that you never tell the truth, and that's against the Ninth Commandment. And if you've ever stolen something, that makes you a kleptomaniac.

Jesus said that if you look at a woman with lust in your heart, then that's the same as murder, because you're imagining making a baby with her and that baby will never be born, just like an aborted one.

Have you ever taken the Lord's Name in vain, like as a curse word? That's blasphemy, and it's against the Third Commandment, and God says that anyone who breaks any of the Ten Commandments is going to go to Hell. You're a liar and a kleptomaniac and a murderer and a blasphemer, and that means you deserve to go to Hell.

But I'm a Firefighter, and so I'm going to put out the fires of Hell that are in your soul right now. I know you might not believe in God, and so I'm going to prove it to you, without ever using the Bible to do it.

First, like I said, there's the Ten Commandments. I'm doing this from memory, so I'm not using the Bible. The First Commandment says that Thou Shalt Have No Other Gods Before Me (and by "Me" I mean "God," not "me"), which proves that God exists, or else how could he have said that? Do you think someone just pretended to be God and said "Don't worship other Gods before me?" Maybe the false gods in those pagan religions, but not here, this is the real God.

Anyway, how can you look outside and not see God? I mean, I look at a building, and I know that there had to be a God. And I look at a painting, and it tells me that God exists. Lots of paintings tell that God exists, especially "The Last Supper" and Michealangelo's "Sixteenth Chapel." Did you know that God made soda cans?

I don't have enough faith to be an Athiest. I mean, I have a lot of faith, but I can't imagine looking right at God and saying "I don't believe in You and I hate You." What if God started crying, then, because you'd hurt Him so badly? Then you'd feel pretty bad about not believing in Him, I bet.

Athiests have to think they know everything, but only God knows everything, so Athiests all think they're Gods. I'd like to see an Athiest create the universe. Tell me this, Mr. Athiest: what number am I thinking of? See, you don't know everything. Athiests are just a kind of Agnostic, and I think that means they're Russians.

"The fool hath said in his heart, There is no God." Psm. 53:1

Athiests believe in evolution, even though they've never seen a cat give birth to a dog, which is what evolution is about. They tell Christians that they're silly for believing things they've never seen, but at least we only believe 6,000 years of things on faith, Athiests believe in billions and billions of years on faith, all going back to a big explosion at the beginning of time. Somehow, all the animals and plants on Earth and all the planets and stars in the universe came out of that explosion. Well, I've seen explosions before, and I've never seen a duck or a crocodile or a star come out of one, just fire and smoke.

And tell me: if the universe began with an explosion, who lit the match? God, that's who.

See, when you believe in God, it's like you're jumping out of an airplane. You see the plane, and you know the plane was built in an airplane factory, and you know the factory has people in it, and those people were built by God, so you know there's a God. But you're falling down, and if you hit the ground, you die and go to Hell. So you have to pray and believe in God, and that's like having a bungee cord. No matter how close you come to Hell, God will cause you to bounce back up to Heaven.

All you have to do is trust in your emotions, circumcise your intellect, and look at the world around you. Look at the beautiful sunsets and the beaches and the palm trees and the bananas, look at the buildings and the paintings and the cars, look at all the people, from the tiniest pygmies to the biggest basketball players. How could all that happen without God?

A Dangerous Alternative

In our One Nation Under God, it's becoming more and more popular for people to seek healing from Alternative Medicine practitioners, such as homeopaths, naturopaths, reikipaths, acupuncturists, and chiromancers. When I first heard about these new possibilities, I was thrilled--anything to keep people from giving money and support to Big Science's pharmaceutical companies and its Athiest agenda to outlaw religion and lead souls away from God.

But then I found out the terrible secret of Alternative Medicine: it's just as Athiestic as Big Science! Those Athiests are everywhere these days! They have a great little conspiracy going: they run Big Science and Big Medicine, so when people go to those places, the Athiest agenda gets the money. Then they take a bunch of magic practices and voodoo from the Godless Communists in China and Japan and use it to create "Alternative Medicine," to catch the people too smart to fall for their first agenda. It's a big Athiest conspiracy to trick the sick and weak out of their money so they can use it to try to kill God.

But, you may ask, don't Alternative Medicine practices work? Absolutely, as certainly as any other Godless witchcraft. For instance, when you go in for acupuncture, they claim to be using special needles to manipulate Chi energy to make you well. And when you leave, you feel better. But here's what really happens: they use those needles to tap into your spiritual energy and draw it out of you! That energy comes from God Himself; these evil witch-doctors are taking away bits of your immortal God-given soul!

You might think that losing part of your soul would hurt, but that's just not the case. Just ask any Athiest--losing your soul makes you feel numb and cold inside, and it makes you feel free--like you could commit any sin and not have to worry about God's Divine Judgment. Of course you feel better; the numbness dulls the pain you went in to get cured, and the mistaken feeling of freedom keeps you from noticing what just happened. If you go through a particularly long or intense session, you might even be tempted to commit a few sins on the way home!

They only take out a little, so you don't get the effect as bad as Athiests do, but that's all part of the Athiests' evil plan. After a few days, the pain you originally felt comes back, and with it is the new pain of being separated from God. So you go back to the acupuncturist, and get more of your soul taken out, which repeats the cycle! Since they only do it a little at a time, you could continue this for years, losing bits of your soul to Athiests, all the while continuing a downward trend into sin and depravity. Do you see how the evil Athiest conspiracy works?

Thank God there's an alternative to Athiest Alternative Medicine. Just as you already know to look for a good Christian doctor when you look for real medicine--one who doesn't murder babies and give out condoms and lollipops to grade school kids--you can also find good Christian Alternative Medicine people. Not just Faith Healers either, though they're always a good idea. There are plenty of Good Christian Acupuncturists who will use their needles to help focus God's breath of life into healing you, Good Christian Naturopaths who use God's own Created Herbs and Plants to heal you, and Good Christian Homeopaths who only use Holy Water with prayers on the bottles, so the water absorbs the healing power of the Almighty.

So be careful when you seek healing from sinful humans; always remember that God is the greatest healer, the only one you can really trust.

Skeptripe #4: "Just Words"

Welcome back to "Skeptripe," where I expose words and phrases used by so-called "Skeptics" and Athiests that are overused, misused, or just plain stupid.

"Skeptics" often like to use dirty words and vulgar language, then say that it doesn't make their arguments wrong. "The words I use don't matter," the "Skeptics" will say, "only the facts and evidence and the reasoning behind them."

As usual, the "Skeptics" are dead wrong. Their claim doesn't even make sense! Of course it matters what words you use in your argument! If I say "The Bible is the inerrant Word of the Almighty God," I'm making a true argument. By the "Skeptic" logic, if instead I used the words "Lap Mart force blob demilitarized Toad men sex Underwear Poltroon," it would be just as valid an argument, because the facts and evidence and reasoning behind Biblical inerrancy are all that matter. This is obviously absurd: those words are nonsense, therefore it clearly matters what words I use in my argument.

"Skeptics" want to have their cake and eat it too; they want to look smart because they're all snobby intellectual elitists, but they also want to use the language of the bums in the gutter and the sailors in their bell bottoms and little capes. They need to pick a side--either pretend to be better than everyone and talk like it, so we can see what you are, or recognize that you're the fallen Godless waste of society and talk like that.

I think it boils down to Godlessness as usual. The "Skeptic" Athiests don't understand that God made language Himself, but (like everything else) it was corrupted by Man's sins, which is why He had to split it up at Babel. When sin entered language, it caused things like confusion and offensiveness, and vulgar words are like pure sin in letter form. God wants us to use higher words, words that are closer to the ones He created. He can't stand to hear sinful words, and neither can Godly people. When "Skeptics" use naughty words, they're saying "I am a sinful being, fallen away from my Creator, and my words are sinful words designed only to separate others from God." I know I don't need to tell you that the only proper course of action is to stop reading then and there, and to express your sincere offense to that sort of talk. Remind them that people who have to resort to such language are of lower intelligence (otherwise, why wouldn't they have accepted God?) and that it shows how angry and desperate they are.

Remember, "In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God" (Jhn. 1:1). When "Skeptics" and Athiests use bad words, they are attacking God Himself. And they say that words don't matter.

Skeptripe #3: "Straw Man"

Welcome back to "Skeptripe," where I expose words and phrases used by so-called "Skeptics" and Athiests that are overused, misused, or just plain stupid.

"Skeptics" like to accuse their opponents of using "Straw Man Arguments." They say that we're arguing against an easy target, but it really isn't our fault that they're such terrible debaters.

Seriously, though, what the "Skeptics" find so hard to understand is that we aren't arguing against a "Straw Man," we're simplifying their arguments. "Skeptics" like to pretend that they're smarter than everyone else, so they write long, rambling arguments where they over-explain everything in complicated language. By using these unfamiliar terms and long paragraphs, they hope to confuse their opponents. That way, when they're backed into a corner, they can always say "you're using a "Straw Man," this is what I was really saying!" It's a cheap stunt, but it might fool naive opponents who are arguing with "Skeptics" for the first time.

"Skeptics" like to pad out their arguments in a couple of major ways:
  1. Defining things: "Skeptics" like to give definitions for random words and terms in their arguments. This takes up lots of space, and is clearly an attempt to talk down to their opponents. As if we don't know what the words mean! But more than that, "Skeptics" like to redefine words to mean things that help them make their arguments, rather than using the definitions that God gave those words at the Tower of Babel. You can just ignore these passages, though you might want to tell the "Skeptics" that you aren't falling for their stupid re-definitions.
  2. Examples: "Skeptics" love to make up stories to help support their points--that should be obvious, why else would most of them believe in evolution? They spin out long "hypothetical" fables about fictional people or fantasy animals, or they explain long examples that supposedly support their points. More often than not, these stories are totally fictional. How can a fictional story help their point? The answer: it can't. These are just distractions, and you can skip right over them.
  3. Quotes and Links: If there's anything "Skeptics" love more than telling stories, it's talking about their "sources." They'll throw out link after link, long quotation after long quotation, all in an effort to pad out their argument and make them look smarter. The truth is, anyone can find anything to support them online; if I don't believe one "Skeptic's" story, why would I believe the story of some other "Skeptic" on some other site? If you were to click and read every link and quote in a "Skeptic's" post, you'd be gone for hours, reading more and more bloated arguments that go nowhere. Just ignore any links or quoted bits of text, and whatever you do, never listen to the "Skeptics" who try to get you to give links and quotes like them. Once again, they're just trying to distract you, so they don't risk being convinced by your arguments.
The best thing to remember when dealing with these "Skeptics" is to have faith in yourself. Your first impression of their arguments is usually the right one, and just ignore them when they try to tell you that you're "misrepresenting" or "misinterpreting" what they said. When you stick to your guns and never waver, they'll just get more and more angry that you aren't falling for their tricks. Eventually they'll snap, and you can just sit back and declare victory.

"Skeptics" like to think they're smart, but just like another "Straw Man," they're all in need of a brain.

Those Stupid Athiests

I just found this video today, and it's amazing how it exposes the Athiest Big Science Conspiracy in a fun way. Those silly athiests, though, they think it's all a big joke! They're posting this on all their websites, not even realizing that it shows how the Communist Athiest Big Science Conspiracy works! They think they're so smart, but this is all part of God's Grand Plan: the Athiests make themselves look stupid, and that will drive everyone back to His Loving Arms.

Skeptripe #2: "Quantum Physics"

"I think I can safely say that nobody understands Quantum Mechanics."--Richard Feynman, Athiest Physicist.

Welcome back to "Skeptripe," where I expose words and phrases used by so-called "Skeptics" and Athiests that are overused, misused, or just plain stupid.

Today, we're tackling "Quantum Physics," which is a subject that some "Skeptics" and Big Scienceists like to pretend they know a lot about. Well, as the quote above says (probably taken from that Athiest Big Scienceist in a moment when he was compelled by the Holy Spirit to tell the truth for once), nobody actually understands Quantum Physics, except God.

Taking a moment here, look at how Feynman said it; he called it "Quantum Mechanics," not "Quantum Physics"! Not only don't they know what it is, they don't even know what name they made up for it!

But the real reason he uses the word "Mechanics" is because Athiests think the universe is a big machine, which breaks down in places. They don't see the obvious--that a machine needs a machine builder--and so they use made-up Science things to try to fix the places where the machine breaks down. Of course, that's not something science can do; God built the machine and only God can fix it. That's what miracles and "mutations" are: God giving the machine of the universe a tune-up!

Anyway, what Athiest Big Scienceists have discovered on with Quantum Physics is the way God created the universe. That's why they can't understand it--man cannot know the mind of God, or the toolbox he used to make everything! So they try to invent things like extra dimensions (I guess "Sliders" is science fact now) and tiny invisible quirks and strings and cells to explain it all and fix the breakdowns, but if they had FAITH they'd know that all those invisible things are actually God's Angels, working to separate the universe machine from the void waters (Gen. 1:2, what Big Scienceists call dark matter) and sin that gunk it up.

But even though we can't understand Quantum Physics doesn't mean we can't use it. God made us in His Holy Image, and so we can use the same tools He used to create the universe ourselves. It's like when a baby gets into his dad's toolbox and finds a hammer. He doesn't know how to use it, but he can still hit things with it, and that's what hammers are for. We can do the same thing with Quantum Physics: we don't know how it works, but we can use it to create our own little universes in the big universe that God made! All you have to do is concentrate really hard.

Concentrating is basically just like praying, except you don't have to put your hands together or say Amen at the end. When you pray for things, sometimes God doesn't hear you, or He doesn't want to do those things for you, because he's too busy doing other things in the universe, like teaching all the poor aborted baby souls how to walk and talk in Heaven so they can get around like all the other souls. So, he put his tiny invisible angels in the universe to do work for him. Quantum Physics is when you concentrate, and the angels hear you and remake the universe the way you want them to; it keeps God from having to do it Himself! How convenient!

So, remember when "Skeptics" tell you that you're wrong about Quantum Physics that what Quantum Physics really says is that none of us can know anything (Uncertainty) unless God tells it to us. So, really, they're the ones who are wrong, because they say they understand it and that there's only one right answer, and they don't even believe in God! And then you can just concentrate and make your own universe without stupid "Skeptics."

Intelligent Malign!

I've been thinking about what I said about LCD (Loose Change Day--9/11/01 Never Forget!), and what the "party line" people must think about the terrible attacks that an evil Government Conspiracy perpetrated that day. I've seen all the videos, and the videos about the videos, and I've read about the eyewitnesses--it's easy to see which ones were paid off, they all tell the same story!--and I can only come to one conclusion: that a secret shadow Government, operating without the will of the people or the oversight of our great Godly President George Walker Bush, fired missiles disguised as airplanes at three major buildings, and a fourth accidentally detonated over the underground in an open field where it was being fired from. Then Shadow Government agents swarmed the scenes of the attacks, planting "evidence" in the form of airplane parts, burnt bodies, and other stuff, and left before the media and witnesses arrived (or paid them off--follow the money!).

I look at the events and I can't see how it could be any different. The "official" story is so unlikely! What are the odds of a fully-assembled and fueled airplane sweeping through the National Mall and just leaving behind a bunch of junk airplane parts behind? No, that kind of destruction, that kind of debris path, is too unlikely to have happened by chance--it needed to be created intelligently. The only explanation for an attack this complex is a significantly more complex Shadow Government Conspiracy, because complexity can only come from greater complexity. To think that 19 random terrorists could have caused all that destruction is simply ridiculous.

Skeptripe #1: "Evidence"

Welcome to "Skeptripe," a series of articles I'll be running to deal with words and phrases used by so-called "Skeptics" and Athiests that are overused, misused, or just plain stupid. Because we've all been in conversations with "Skeptics" who were just plain stupid, talking about things like they couldn't just see the truth, written on the face of the world by the Almighty.

But I'm getting ahead of myself. Today, we're going to start with the word "evidence." Chances are, if you get into a conversation with a "Skeptic," this is going to come up pretty early. "Skeptics" like to talk about "evidence" as if they're trying to convert you to some crazy religion, where you worship "evidence" and pray at an altar of "proof" and sacrifice "facts" to the great heathen god of "evidence" and everything is all just based on "evidence." They're like, two steps away from having books and pamphlets explaining the "good news" of how important evidence is and why you should believe it.

But then, that's something that you never really hear "Skeptics" talking about--why should you believe evidence? "Skeptics" never seem to realize that "evidence" is a totally arbitrary and unreliable standard for believing things! For one thing, they can't even get the definition straight. I was talking to some nut the other day who was towing the "party line" on LCD (Loose Change Day--9/11/01 Never Forget!), saying that the "airplane parts" and "charred bodies" at the Pentagon were "evidence" that an airplane, not a missile, hit the building. But then the next day I was talking to a Darwinist who said that "homogamous features" and "vertical organs" were "evidence" that animals evolved, and weren't created by a loving and wonderful God. Well, which is it, "Skeptics" and Darwinist Athiests? Is "evidence" airplane parts, or is it vertical organs? It can't be both!

You can see why they aren't consistent, though. If they were, they'd have to admit that because there are no "airplane parts" in the human eye, then it must have been created by the Lord God Almighty.

Besides that, "Skeptics" don't seem to understand that "evidence" can be faked! They just dismiss the things that can't be faked, like eyewitnesses and feelings and faith. It would be so easy for the Government to fill a missile with a bunch of airplane parts and burnt bodies, then shoot it into the Pentagon. But they can't fill it with eyewitnesses! It would be easy for God to make fake "homogamous features" in animals to test our faith, but He can't just make new human witnesses, because they wouldn't have any sin, and we'd notice that they were naked and glowing and didn't die!

But feelings can't be faked--have you ever seen someone pretend like they're angry or happy or surprised? You can tell! And faith can't be faked, because faith comes from inside me, and from God, and God can't like, and I know I'm not lying, so it must be true!

For "Skeptics," "evidence" is god. Me, I'd rather trust people (who can't be faked) and the REAL God!