Thursday, September 16, 2021

The biggest Delusion of Modern Humanity

 

The biggest delusion of all is that sterile matter could ever have changed itself into something living through natural selection. For the definition of "sterile" is precisely that it is the antithesis to any form of life. If the universe really did begin in a blazing mass of burning hot matter, then it would make no difference what material processes have occurred since that origin, for these processes would still be sterile today regardless of how many billions of years they had had to change into different processes. A machine is dead, no matter how complex it might become and the idea that we are machines is really the idea that all life is actually not alive at all, but only seems alive. The adherent to this kind of materialism has to ultimately deny their own personal vitality - they must conclude that they themselves are... sterile.

Monday, September 13, 2021

Jesus: as Taboo as Ever

 

If Jesus lived in our times we would judge him as immoral for visiting and tending to the sick instead of obeying the government "guidelines" of self-isolating. The law would also smack him with a massive fine for it.
It seems that Jesus is as taboo now as He was when we crucified Him. The only difference is that today we are too cowardly to punish people directly. Our method of crucifixion is to covertly destroy a person's life with a plethora of bureaucratic fines and restrictions. "He basically crucified himself by not complying", is what we then say, as we absolve ourselves from any responsibility for it.

Thursday, September 2, 2021

Asymptomatic

 

According to the National Center for Biotechnology Information, "asymptomatic individuals are defined as individuals who test RT-PCR positive, but lack symptoms that would indicate SARS-CoV-2 infection".

I wonder what then is the distinction between a person who is asymptomatic and a person who has had a false positive test result?

source:
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7310638/

Technological War

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