posted on Apr, 17 2012 @ 04:10 AM
I'm really fed up with people who worship the scientific mainstream. I'm talking about the sorts of people who completely rely on institutionalised
testing, in order to tell them what to think.
Allow me to give you morons a clue. I'm not going to name names, here, to a sufficient degree that it's likely to get me banned, but I'm also not
going to be gentle with you, either. I am truly angry about this.
Go and read about what happened between Louis Pasteur and Antoine Bechamp. Try also reading about what the "establishment's" attitude was towards
either Edison's initial display of electric lighting, or the Wright brothers initially trying to tell people about their discovery of flight. Said
"establishment," did not want to hear about it, in either case.
Mainstream, institutional science is completely corrupt. How many of you idiots know, as one example, about how long the Journal of the American
Medical Association allowed advertisements for cigarettes? You might remember that it was said that DDT was completely safe, as well; and even
beneficial for people.
They care about two things, and two things only. The circle jerk that they have with their peers, and making their corporate handlers happy, so that
they continue to get funding.
In broader terms, I am fed up with the entire attitude that I continue to run into online, from people who consider themselves logical, but who in
reality do not have even a vague clue as to the meaning of the word. The single worst element of your thinking, is continual appeal to authority that
I see, everywhere I look. The idea that apparently, only somebody else with entirely arbitrary credentials has the right to tell anyone else how to
If you want to have that attitude, you can keep it. Personally, I'm going to continue trying to use my own brain, and to hell with whether or not
the self-appointed authorities approve of my opinion.
There have been times when I have honestly wished that Carl Sagan was still alive, so that I could physically vent my frustration towards him. I do
not hate science itself, at all; quite the opposite. What I passionately hate is the attitude of many of those who consider themselves
scientific; and as far as I am concerned, Sagan was their mascot.
This was the main thing that I had to get over before I could stop hating atheism, as well. I had to realise that just because a lot of atheists
genuinely are the sort of smug, arrogant, brain dead morons that I'm referring to here, a lot of them also aren't.