posted on Aug, 7 2012 @ 09:53 PM
It's painful to watch these shows where a preacher tells you what to believe in the material world, and still the basics of the religion aren't
established with an audience. Better to rewrite everything than to continually criticize a worldly system run by worldly doctrines.
Quantum physics is a system built on brand names of scientists, mutations of the Greek alphabet, and math, like most science is. It is fiercely
protected and harder to understand than hacking an encrypted government computer that isn't connected to any internet; it is designed to make you
question reality, just like its makers have. There are enough theoretical physics models to make one of your own; the one that is running now is just
the most popular one that is easy to profit from, complicated enough to need to be taught one hour at a time over the course of several years in
graduate school. If it were simple these guys would not look intelligent enough to get on TV.
One of these days, some Christian will wake up and start re-naming everything, using Bible terms to explain things the way they want to see it, and
end the perpetual childish arguments about whose bowl has more cereal in it.
Quantum physics will still behave the same after you re-name it, right? Or does the application of force in naming something change it's spin
somehow on a bigger, or smaller, picture? Will unsolved equations have solutions then? That is for another navel diddle.
While you're at it, you can rename every element in the periodic table. Inspire the Catholics to name each one after a patron saint. The noble
gases can be named after popes, or the angels even. Some culture (pagans) had a pile of calendar and holy days and another culture (Catholic) came
in, renamed everything, fostered the culture, and then killed off the dissidents. Is that not what some modern Christians are trying to do with
science jargon and atheist sarcasm? Is it cheaper or easier to rip off an idea, rebrand it and call it yours, than it is to create something
It doesn't matter what they call it... or does it? Aha, see what I did there, physics pun.