The Importance of Truth (3)
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The Knowledge Filter – Scientific Ideologies and Lies Accepted as Fact
Dr. Richard L. Thompson (1947 – 2008), was one of the world’s foremost scientists in areas including probability theory, statistical mechanics, quantum physics and mathematical biology. He also comprehensively refuted the big bang theory, and Darwin’s theory of evolution.
Thompson and his team produced video presentations on how modern educational institutions, especially in the field of science, were operating what he called a ‘knowledge filter’. Any information that did not fit with the dominant ideologies, such as the theory of evolution, simply was not presented to the students. This was not necessarily a conscious decision; it was often done unconsciously. Recognizing the existence of this knowledge filter, Thompson decided to analyze the professional archeological literature that pre-dated the general acceptance of the theory of evolution, to find out if there were any evidences that contradicted the theory. He found so much evidence refuting the theory of evolution he collated it into a 900-page book titled Forbidden Archeology: The Hidden History of the Human Race.
It has become increasingly clear that in the realm of modern science, whether it be climate science, virology, particle physics, evolutionary theory, paleontology, anthropology, archeology, etc., that which is presented to the public as established fact, is nothing more than a consensus fabricated by powerful groups of people. Over the past century in particular, the consensus of the institutional scientific community worldwide has been inevitably shaped according to which projects are funded and which are not. Therefore, it is those financialists that control and own the money creation and distribution system that have been controlling the scientific stories and narratives that are presented to us as ‘modern science’.
God Is the Greatest Scientist – Atheistic Scientists Are Like Thieves
Atheistic scientists are like thieves – they take matter that God created, manipulate it, and then claim that they have created something wonderful. At least if they would admit that they have taken the matter from God’s creation, that would be honest. Instead, they say that ‘science’ is the creator, and that everything comes from ‘science’.
Can any scientist create a flower in the laboratory, from nothing? No scientist can replicate what a cow does – turn grass into milk. No scientist can replicate what a hen does – make an egg. A small seed can turn into a huge tree, but no scientist can create even the smallest seed. No scientist can produce a single living being in a laboratory, out of nothing. In vitro fertilization is merely a manipulation of sources, of ‘raw materials’, that God created. They cannot even create a few grains of sand. God created everything. Scientists cannot manufacture even a small mosquito. Science and engineering can manufacture a 747 aeroplane, but a mosquito is actually far more advanced than a 747, a mosquito does not crash.
Scientists have taken from nature, but they are thieves because they have taken from God’s creation. If we do not acknowledge that elements have been taken from God’s creation, and instead claim them as our own wonderful creation, then surely we are thieves. The perfection of science is to scientifically explain that God is the original source. Then the scientific knowledge is perfect.
The following are quotes from just few of the many scientists that have realized the existence of God:
“Overwhelming strong proofs of intelligent and benevolent design lie around us. The atheistic idea is so nonsensical that I cannot put it into word” – Lord Kelvin, the scientific father of thermodynamics
“Those who say that the study of science makes a man an atheist are rather silly people” – Physics Noble laurate Max Born
“There is no incompatibility between science and religion. Science proves that God exists.” – Chemistry Noble laurate Derek Barton
“When I examine the orderliness, understandability, and beauty of the universe, I am led to the conclusion that a higher intelligence designed what I see. My scientific appreciation of the coherence, the delightful simplicity, of physics strengthens my belief in God, a God who is both the creator of the universe and is ultimately concerned with the welfare of the creatures of that universe. I believe that scientific research is a deeply religious calling.” – William D. Phillips, Nobel laureate in Physics, University of Maryland
“An equation for me has no meaning, unless it represents a thought of God.” – Ramanujan, famous mathematics genius
“The universe has been brought for us by a supremely good and orderly creator.” – Nicholas Copernicus
“For a person whose spiritual orientation is in the framework of a supreme benevolent entity, the world is the handiwork of that entity. The study of the intricacies and beauty of the world is an act of devotion. Pursuing science becomes an act of worship. Contemporary science looks at the world in terms of utility (technology and standard of life). But never does it aim to see uninterrupted happiness as the aim of all disciplines.” – E.C. G Sudarshan, particle physicist, University of Texas
“I saw in it (the atom) the key to the deepest secret of nature, and it revealed to me the greatness of the creation and the Creator.” – Max Born, one of the pioneers of quantum physics
“Although 2,000 years of Aristotelian worldview maintained that insects are devoid of any internal organs, Swammerdam showed that they are as complex as the large mammals. For him the source of this artistic design, complexity and natural order could only be Godly, and his only response was rapture.” – Dr. T. D. Singh PhD referring to the work of Dutch anatomist and pioneer microscopist Jan Swammerdam (1637-80)
“I find that existence can no more be separated from the essence of God than from the essence of a rectilinear triangle can be separated the equality of its three angles to two right angles, or, indeed, if you please, from the idea of a mountain the idea of a valley.” – Descartes
“I am convinced of the afterlife, independent of theology. If the world is rationally constructed, there should be an afterlife.” – Kurt Gödel, famous mathematician
“I think only an idiot can be an atheist.” – Christan B. Anfinsen, Noble laureate, chemist
“Little science takes you away from God but more of it takes you to Him.” – Louis Pasteur, founder of Microbiology
“All elements are indeed contrived and ordered with singular providence, Godly wisdom, and most admirable and incomprehensible skill. And to none can these attributes be referred save to the Almighty.” – Sir William Harvey, founder of modern Medicine
“For me the idea of a creation is inconceivable without God. One cannot be exposed to the law and order of the universe without concluding that there needs to be a Godly intent behind it all.” – Wemher Von Braun, founder of Astronautics
“We feed our bodies; our Souls are also to be fed: the food of the soul is knowledge, especially knowledge in the aspects of God.” – John Ray, founder of modern Biology
“When I reflect on so many profoundly marvelous aspects that persons have grasped, sought, and done, I recognize even more clearly that human intelligence is a work of God, and one of the most excellent.” – Galileo Galilei, founder of experimental Physics
“There are two books laid before us to study, to prevent our failing into error, the first, the volume of Scriptures, which reveal the will of God; then the volume of the creatures, which express His power.” – Sir Francis Bacon, founder of the Scientific Inductive Method
Realisation that God is the supreme intelligence, the greatest scientist, and a loving father to us all, is the path to improving your life, and that of the society we live in. The Sanskrit word Tattvajijnasa, refers to inquiry into the Absolute Truth or the Ultimate Reality. People can turn toward God, and original (not altered) scriptures, for guidance, or be continually entangled by the atheistic and demonic illusions. The essence of all genuine scripture is the same – love of God our Father and Creator, regardless of the time period or geographic location the scripture originates from.
Synthesis of Scientific Enquiry and Spirituality for Human Wellbeing
The Christian Bible says “Do not take any false gods before me”, yet some people have made the choice of taking modern science, the government system, the UN, etc., to be their supreme authority or worshipable master. Thus, they are subject to the dictates of much fake science, or of government policy based on fake science.
It appears to me that modern science is constrained within an atheistic box because it is ultimately funded via a debt-money and corporate system that is owned and controlled by people who have no interest in promoting a God-conscious society and instead wish to promote an atheistic society. A paradigm shift is now needed, in which material science is re-united with the science of spirituality. In his 1962 book The Structure of Scientific Revolutions, Thomas Kuhn describes the important role paradigms play in all scientific work. Kuhn pointed out:
“Scientists working within a paradigm no longer adequate are nevertheless still comfortable with it. Either they don’t see the anomalies as anomalous, or they don’t consider them a problem for the paradigm because they are convinced that with further research the paradigm will be able to account for them. Typically, its scientist from other fields – or even interested lay scientists – who notice the inadequacy of a paradigm and propose a new one.” – Thomas Kuhn, author
The ancient Vedic scriptures pre-date Christianity, and principles of the Vedic Vedanta also appear to be echoed in the Christian Bible. The Christian verse Matthew 7:7: “Ask, and it shall be given you; seek, and ye shall find; knock, and it shall be opened unto you” is pointing toward a universal spiritual truth. I also note the following verses from the Christian texts, are consistent with the descending knowledge process described in the ancient Vedic Vedanta:
James 1:5. “If any of you lacks wisdom, let him ask God, who gives generously to all without reproach, and it will be given him.”
Proverbs 1:7. “The fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge; fools despise wisdom and instruction.”
In contrast to what Wikipedia tells us, my research indicates that Vedic culture is the world’s oldest culture, and Sanskrit, the language of the Vedas, is the world’s oldest language. I note that the ancient Vedic Vedanta details this synthesis of material and spiritual science. In modern times this approach to knowledge appears to be confined to Vedic colleges and organisations. Vedic culture is today mostly associated with India, where the last, sometimes distorted, remnants remain. Yet my research indicates it was, thousands of years ago, a worldwide monotheistic culture from which various religious traditions emanated (for example, Vedic symbols exist in ancient traditions and on ancient architecture worldwide).
Science Has for Decades Bypassed the Pre-cautionary/Safety Principle
Another topic of importance is that modern science has, for over a century, bypassed the pre-cautionary principle. A principle informing us we should not adopt technologies and processes for which we do not know the long term potentially harmful effects upon human health and nature. We see this for example, in recent decades with the advent of nanotechnology; GMOs; microwave-based mobile phone and WIFI technology; thousands of new manmade chemical compounds; the emissions of thousands of types of pollutants via modern industrial processes; the use of substances and additives that are toxic to humans in processed foods, pharmaceuticals and everyday products, for example, the use of aspartame in foods; and the controversial use of aluminium adjuvants in vaccines, etc.
In relation to aluminium, I note the work of Professor Christopher Exley of Keele University, a world-renowned expert on the subject of aluminium who has published dozens of peer-reviewed scientific papers on the subject. Professor Exley and his research team had conducted research on the harmful health effects of aluminum on humans, and established a connection between aluminum in vaccines and Alzheimer’s disease. He also has become known for research claiming to link aluminium adjuvants in vaccines with autism.
This work has led to him losing research funding. In 2022 his research was suddenly defunded, and his projects were shut down by the university. Why would the professor’s work be defunded and his research projects be shut down when the research relates to human health? Could this be another example of Godless scientism at work? Vaccine companies make trillions of dollars in revenue and many governments are tied into contracts that are extremely lucrative for the vaccine companies. Was Professor Exley’s work a threat to this money-making machine?
GMO and the Pre-cautionary Principle
With modern biotechnology, researchers can now take a single gene from a plant or animal cell and insert it in another plant or animal cell to give it a desired characteristic. For example, they can insert genes from a cold-water fish into a tomato to create a frost-resistant plant, or use bacterial genes to make herbicide-tolerant corn. The results are known as living modified organisms (LMOs) or, more popularly, GMOs. For many people, however, this rapidly advancing science raises a tangle of ethical, environmental, social and human health issues. Much about the interaction of LMOs with various ecosystems, and the human body, is not yet known. Many of the concerns about the technology involve potential adverse effects and potential risks to human health.
Because biotechnology is such a revolutionary science, and has spawned such a powerful industry, it has great potential to alter the world around us. It is already changing agriculture and what many of us eat. Critics argue that modern biotechnology transcends that which humans should be doing; and that there is currently little evidence to support the claims of increased agricultural yields from GMOs. Critics also assert that from a health point of view, there is currently insufficient information regarding toxicity and allergenicity of food products derived from GMOs.
Furthermore, the socio-economic consequences are potentially severe, for example, through displacement of cash crops or traditional crops, and disruption of small-scale farming systems that are prevalent in developing countries. The patenting of living organisms, genes and/or genetic resources is also unacceptable to many farmers. As has been the case for thousands of years, it is important that farmers are able to keep seed from one season to the next, however, with GMO farmers must buy these expensive seeds each year or else be liable for patent infringement.
There exists a global biosafety clearinghouse of genetically modified organisms (GMOs), in service to an international treaty, the Cartagena Global Protocol on Biosafety (CPB). GMOs are subject to regulation under the CPB. The CPB is supposed to be based on the precautionary approach, whereby the lack of full scientific certainty should not be used as an excuse to postpone action when there is a threat of serious or irreversible damage. The worldwide utilisation of new so-called gene-therapy covid vaccines has been in full swing since the fake pandemic occurred. These vaccines were rolled out without long-term health and safety studies, and this could be viewed as a violation of the Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety. However, it appears that LMOs that are pharmaceuticals for humans are excluded from the scope of the Protocol if they are covered by other international agreements or arrangements. What good is the CPB if it does not safeguard human health from a worldwide utilisation of experimental GMO-based vaccines?
My conclusion is that the process of industrial globalization, by manipulating the substances of nature, has produced many thousands of new man-made substances, including GMOs, that are in violation of the scientific pre-cautionary principle.
Additional Fake Science
Additional fake science has been exposed by numerous scientists and authors in the areas of psychiatry, Freudian psychoanalysis, the big bang theory, particle physics, and cosmology. The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), an independent agency of the U.S. federal government, has also been accused of fakery. These additional topics are also detailed in the book Godless Fake Science.
The ancient text, the Srimad Bhagavatam (SB), was written in Sanskrit. The translation of SB 1.1.2, states: “The highest truth is reality distinguished from illusion for the welfare of all”. These words are as true today as when they were written in ancient times.
Author: Mark Keenan (former scientist at the UK Government Dept. of Energy and Climate Change, and at the United Nations Environment Division)
October 1, 2023