Originally posted by FreedomCommander
You never read the books have you?
Read the books first, then we can talk. That is my deal. Else, you have no standing.
I'm still trying to justify taking the time to do so. I don't like wasting time and based on reviews, he's merely offering ideas and speculations,
not facts. If you are familiar with these books, why not break down some of his arguments in this thread and show us where the science is wrong?
Going off orthodox science, the Moon WAS the asteroid. But it doesn't add up. why are we still here? Anyone with a open mind can tell that if
something like that hit Earth, the Earth would be no more.
Please explain what orthodox science is and how it differs from conventional science. Science is not orthodox, by nature, it changes when new info
Also you seem to be equating the collision that formed the moon, to the collision that ended the dinosaur era, when those 2 events are completely
separate. The collision that formed the moon happened long before there was any life on the planet. If that collision happened today, it would
exterminate all life on earth.
at the requirement of being open minded to notice that the earth would be gone if struck by an object. It doesn't matter how open minded you
are, a guess is still a guess. Current understanding of math and science goes against it.
Plus, pseudoscience is better than the science we have today. They start on the ground, orthodox starts with rules. And apparently, those who
have no rules are more likely to be successful.
Right. Science is so ridiculous for relying on past experiments and data when trying to make new discoveries or formulating a hypothesis. A
far better way to gain knowledge is to guess out of thin air and believe anything that sounds outside the box, because if it's an open minded concept
it's automatically right.
Science = fact based
Pseudoscience = guesswork.
Does it for a living? Now that is disturbing. Means two things, 1. they do it for money, or 2. They do it for fame.
Interesting. You are now privy to personal information in regards to why all scientists have become scientists. Amazing how you keep proving me
wrong over and over again. Nobody would ever become a scientist because they were actually interested in science or the respective field they work
in. It's all money and fame! Those evil scientists!!! Do you bring your PC to get fixed at an automobile repair shop? Scientific theories are
formulated by experts in the field. They have merit and experiments support their conclusions.
Science is not written in stone, it's our best current understanding of how things work. If you've got a better understanding, then there should be
facts to back it up. Otherwise your challenge to science holds no merit. Anybody can throw wild guesses around, but it gets us nowhere in the
pursuit of knowledge. Lower the standards of science, to allow musings and guesswork and it will become much less reliable when applied in the real
world. Because of science, you have access to a computer that can converse with somebody on the other side of the world. Would you appreciate more
frequent crashes because the programmers decided to be open minded and try random new things that went against the current programming standards?
Would it be better if your car broke down every 100 miles because manufacturers just guessed on the engine assembly rather than having some silly set
of rules to follow? Sure, you don't have to follow the rules, but it will cause negative consequences. You will realize this when you get older.
It's fun to be rebellious, but it will get you nowhere in life.
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