posted on Feb, 8 2009 @ 10:18 AM
I read the book “A Briefer History of Time” and it was only an amusing read. Stephen Hawking does not answer any questions, but he eloquently
puts ignorance into words that appear to convey knowledge.
In regard to knowledge, it is nothing but a belief system that was stopped questioning. If anyone reads this scientific claptrap, then please think
for yourself. Science is nothing but a religion, but the statement I made must be equal to heresy for many. People are belittled. On the blurb of the
book “A Briefer History of Time” it says: “Then we shall all, philosophers, scientists, and just ordinary people, be able to take part in the
discussion of the question of why it is that we and the universe exist.”
Does Stephen Hawking give you any answers? No. He sells you his belief system. He sells you his fears.
Alien life probably exists, but it may not be very intelligent. Well, Mr. Hawking, since you are on such an ego trip and you are obviously scared that
someone is a bit smarter than your majesty, I understand your reaction.
Now I would like to ask a few questions:
Nobody has ever been inside a black hole. How do you know that there is an infinite point of singularity in the centre of the black hole? No proof
equals belief system.
Has anyone ever seen a black hole? I guess not. You may see the effects of what you call to be a black hole, but that’s it; another belief
Is the universe expanding? Yes? No? If yes, then I thought science claims the universe to be infinite. Anything that is infinite cannot expand,
because it would be already infinitely expanded. If it is not infinite, then where is the universe expanding into? Of course, space and time bends
around itself, but only where the universe expands. Excuse me, how can anyone make such a claim? It is a nice belief system to me.
If space and time bends around itself, it could bend just anywhere and you might be captured in this very spot. A result would be that you never made
a movement in your life. Maybe solipsism is real? Of course, scientists call it nonsense. Why? It is not testable? Excuse me, how many claims does
science make that are not testable either? Science is another form of religion, but the average Joe loves to embrace what he or she is told. Beliefs
have a good function. They make one feel good. And who doesn’t want to feel good? So let’s all believe.
Is the universe contained in something? If you look into an empty glass, you see nothing, but by having the glass that is empty, that nothing in the
glass becomes something that you call nothing. Nothing is a concept. So if that nothing you can see in the glass only comes into existence by dint of
the glass and you compare it with the universe, then does the universe need a receptacle too? Please no belief systems. I need proof.
What was before the big bang? Big crunch? Big bounce? Maybe even Big Mac? Everything we are told is nonsense, because it is a belief system.
If a person can be hypnotized and be told that he or she is alone in a room, even though he or she isn't alone at all, how difficult is it then to
consider the possibilities that we are in a hypnotized state right now?
How many UFO sightings have we had? How many people have come and testified? How many people have seen aliens? Does anyone believe that they are all
liars? How many crop circles have we seen? Is it all just faked? What about Astral Projection? Seeing entities? Is it all just another lie? How many
people have had Near-Death-Experiences? I assume it is all nonsense too, right? And what about reincarnation?
Let’s see what Zecharia Sitchin comes up with. Oh, I guess he is just a fraud. OK. But what about the Nag Hammadi Library? I advise those scientific
sheeple to read “On the Origin of the World”. However, I think people simply come and discard it.