Sunday, January 15, 2006

Science is At It Again

Two things recently in the news have inspired me to post -- yet again -- about the evils of science. The first is the new "trauma pill" scientists have taken upon themselves to invent. In all his glory, God chose to give us humans a wide range of emotions, pleasures and pains to experience, such that we are blessed with a rich, fulfilling life. Of course, in this experience, most of us are destined to have some sort of tragedy affect us, some of us will get depressed, enraged, etc.; and while it is no doubt sad when one of us experiences emotions like this, it is a necessary part of life that makes it so beautiful. So of course scientists, under the spell of the devil, are seeking to labotamize the human experience. First, they invented anti-depressants in an attempt to make people happy all the time. Now they're on their way to inventing the anti-trauma pill, thus making it impossible for people to experience any negative emotion from traumatic events. This is surely evil, and anyone who uses any of these pills is condemned to an eternity of pain to be administered by Satan. God means for horrible things to happen to us, just as He means for the miraculous to touch many of our lives. Erasing the effects of what we experience is simply a way of cutting God out of our lives chemically. The widespread use of these drugs is really no better than removing references to Jesus from schools and courtrooms. If scientists continue along this path, I propose that the research and development wing of Jesus Loves Everything Superstores invent a trauma pill to be administered to scientists and their followers that will make them relive, over and over again, some traumatic experience, like their children dying.

The other scientific "advancement" that has recently troubled me is the so-called return to earth of this Stardust Probe. Now let it be known that I highly doubt man has ever been to space and believe that all of our claims to have visited the moon, explored mars with robots, etc., etc. are hogwash, lies invented by scientists to wow the population into believing there is no God other than science. But let's just say we have sent a spacecraft to collect "dust" from way out in "space." Should we really trust scientists with what they could potentially be bringing back to earth? How do we know that what scientists have brought back isn't really a kidnapped angel? Or how do we know our attempts to explore heaven haven't so angered God He didn't decide to give this spacecraft an evil mother brain to bring back to earth? For angels, God and heaven are what really exist in outerspace. I am willing to allow that we have been to space/heaven, but only if we received this technology from the Devil. This is surely an offense to God.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I just want to let you know that you are bat-shit crazy. Okay? A kidnapped fucking angel? Are you taking your medications??, you're probably not.

6:08 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh Wow Um, maybe you need to stop denigrating God in your posts. You express a deep, almost twisted,misunderstanding of the wonderful universe God has created for us and the abilities he has given us to decipher its workings.

God's wisdom and reach far outstrip the small confines of your heart and mind. If science can reveal these glories to us, all the better.

6:32 PM  
Blogger Dr. JD Parnell said...

Science, like witchcraft, is the devil's work!!! Therefore, those who engage in scientific research are guilty of carrying out the work of the devil!!!

2:54 PM  
Anonymous buck said...

might i ask to what the picture of the eviscerated individual refers?

also, i agree that "space" is most likely a fabrication, and that NASA is nothing more than an elaborate movie studio. thanks for speaking the truth.

5:57 PM  
Blogger Nathaniel said...

buck -- the picture is supposed to be of trauma. not being an artist, i really rely on google image search, and it can be hard to find the perfect image to represent a post.

i'm not sure that NASA is such an elaborate studio, for looking at their so-called evidence of space and being in the spacestation and all that, it seems pretty low rent. if there were, in fact, "space," i have to say it looks pretty crappy compared to earth.

7:01 PM  
Blogger Nathaniel said...

to the anonymous 1 -- just because i question that we've ever been to space or that there is such a thing doesn't make me batshit crazy. heathens question the bible all the time and they are no longer burned at the stake and many of them are taken seriously. So when I questions science I expect to be treated with the same respect. in any event, i expect that it is you who are crazy, as anyone who does not believe heaven is up above and hell is down below must be crazy -- crazy or stupid.

7:07 PM  
Anonymous matthew said...

Although I don't believe doctors should shove pills down your throat just because you're sad, how do you know it's not the devil that's forcing such depression on them?

As far as space is concerned- whether it's there or not, there's a reason the atmosphere burns everything that goes in and out of it.

5:56 PM  
Blogger Nathaniel said...

matthew -- i don't know if the devil makes a person depressed. i'm sure he's made some depressed, and i'm sure people's detachment from Jesus as a result of their sinful life makes them depressed, too. but sadness is there for a reason and it shouldn't be masked. people need to experience so they recognize something in their life is wrong and needs to be changed.

6:02 PM  

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