posted on May, 11 2013 @ 09:59 AM
In science, the value of any theory lies in its ability to predict events.
Einstein’s Relativity theory predicted that gravity would affect light, and that we should be able to measure that. After his death, scientists
were able to do just that. So even if his theories are wrong, we can still use them to predict events until they are refined or replaced.
We still aren’t 100% certain about the composition of atoms, but our current theories of the Atomic Model explain things like electricity, chemical
reactions, radioactive decay, and a host of other phenomenon. We keep using it until we have something better.
Evolution has more scientific acceptance than Creation Theory because it gives us a model to predict how an organism might adapt to its environment.
When we see evidence that God is creating new creatures, Creation Theory might gain more acceptance in scientific circles.
The usefulness of any conspiracy theory also lies in its ability to help us explain events.
If an international banking cartel is trying to achieve world domination, then we could expect that any government working against this cartel would
be considered a threat to world order. We could expect that this cartel would be above the laws of individual nations. And we could expect that
national governments would work against the best interests of their people if those interests conflicted with the cartel. Do these things happen? If
so, then the NWO conspiracy, true or not, is still and accurate model for predicting future events, until something better comes along.
If the 9-11 attack was a false flag, then it must have been designed to get people to accept an agenda that they would not accept under normal
circumstances. If so, then you could predict certain actions by the government, and see if those actions occurred. You could even test these
predictions in the stock market. You could predict which kind of companies would prosper in such an environment. If you’re right, you could make
money. For me, buying gold at $500 - $800 an ounce worked out well
I’m not a big fan of the Moon Landing Hoax conspiracy. Even if it’s true, how does it help to predict future events? We certainly have the
technology to go there now, as I believe we did then.
Vaccines. If they are harmful, we could expect increased rates of death and illness. Of course, that could also just be a result of a more toxic
environment that we have created. But if that were the case, why would pharmaceutical companies need legal immunity from the harmful effects of their
products? All I know is, first hand, every person I know who was down hard from a flu bug in the past couple of years had the vaccine. No deaths,
but I haven’t had the vaccine and I haven’t caught any bug. So I’ll stick with not taking a vaccine and I wouldn’t recommend them for anyone
Bottom line, you can believe what you want. If what you believe enables you to correctly predict future events, then stick with it. If someone tells
me they can scratch their nose, rub their eyes, sing “Do Wah Diddy” and that enables them to predict the numbers on a roulette wheel 30 times out
of 100, I’m skeptical. If someone actually does that and hits the numbers, I pay attention.