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Name something that you believe science is wrong about?

Author : Jaze

Submitted : 2018-06-14 04:46:50    Popularity:     

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Gravitational pull and the big bang theory. Everyone comes from black people Time travel A CRIAÇÃO DO UNIVERSO E TUDO QUE HA NELE

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Gravitational pull and the big bang theory.

Everyone comes from black people

Time travel

A CRIAÇÃO DO UNIVERSO E TUDO QUE HA NELE

Nothing is ever going to be wrong about science, the only wrong thing there can be is our “interpretation” of anything studied in science, our observations and wrong conclusion due to human or systematic errors. Science is one hundred percent factual and always right, regardless of what we believe in, regardless of anything we find out that turn out to be wrong because of inaccurate results.

When science is used as a structured inquiry into our existence, strictly using the scientific method, it is a very practical way to find out about energy, matter, and forces that surround us and how to use them,

But when science asserts itself over other kinds of knowledge, dictating that materialism and naturalism are the only real sources of knowledge that there are, then there is a problem - something is wrong.

Naming the things that we discover, and identifying properties, do not give us wisdom. With all of this accumulation of knowledge, we can still succumb to selfishness, greed, and violence. It is obvious that we need more than this.

People have been asking the questions, Why are we here? Where did we come from? Where are we going? for as long as there have been people. The vast majority of humans is willing to accept that there is someone higher that we are, to whom we are accountable. It is up to us to decide to search for him, and those who do, humbly and honestly, can find him, and he is not far off from each one of us.

Evolution, of course!!

Evolution and ball-earthing

Evolution. Today every species is procreating according to it kind accord to God’s arrangement.
The record clearly states that God created all the basic “kinds” of plant and animal life. (Genesis 1:11, 12, 20-25) Were these original “kinds” of plants and animals programmed with the ability to adapt to changing environmental conditions? What defines the boundary of a “kind”? The Bible does not say. However, it does state that living creatures “swarmed forth according to their kinds.” (Genesis 1:21) This statement implies that there is a limit to the amount of variation that can occur within a “kind.” Both the fossil record and modern research support the idea that the fundamental categories of plants and animals have changed little over vast periods of time.

Contrary to the claims of some Fundamentalists, Genesis does not teach that the universe, including the earth and all living things on it, was created in a short period of time in the relatively recent past. Rather, the description in Genesis of the creation of the universe and the appearance of life on earth harmonizes with many recent scientific discoveries.

Because of their philosophical beliefs, many scientists reject the Bible’s declaration that God created all things. Interestingly, however, in the ancient Bible book of Genesis, Moses wrote that the universe had a beginning and that life appeared in stages, progressively, over periods of time. How could Moses gain access to such scientifically accurate information some 3,500 years ago? There is one logical explanation. The One with the power and wisdom to create the heavens and the earth could certainly give Moses such advanced knowledge. This gives weight to the Bible’s claim that it is “inspired of God.”​—2 Timothy 3:16.

1) Dark Energy - That the galaxies in the universe are accelerating apart from each other is nonsense. It is a known fact that objects with positive mass are attracted to each other, and therefore all the matter in the universe will eventually slow down and retreat back to black holes. Occam's Razor reprehends dark energy: Given the fifty years with which we have had quality telescopes, given the changes in telescope technology and methods over those fifty years, given the astronomical distances between us to the stars (sometimes thousands of light years), and given the unknown variables (mediums we don't know about, dust, and general misunderstanding of the universe, which of these two competing hypothesis is more likely: that we have accurately differentiated a a fourteen billion-year-old function with a fifty year old secant line with crude telescopes observing phenomena thousands of light years away and thereby refuted the existence of gravity, or that we have made a mistake? I genuinely believe science is wrong about the claim that the universe is accelerating apart from itself.

2) That the universe had a beginning. - It is a known fact that matter cannot be created or destroyed, but can only change states between liquid, solid, and gas (and sometimes plasma). Unless scientists find a way to create matter in a vacuum, I reject science's claim that the universe had a beginning.

3) A lot of stuff in quantum physics - Makes me wonder what these guys are smoking.

4) Anti-depressants help fight depression - They actually make it worse, and they induce delusional psychosis. Every single rampage killer you can name (you won't be able to find a single counterexample) was on anti-depressant drugs. In my own experience, some of the worst choices I made and worst thoughts I ever had occurred when I was on anti-depressants. Psychology is bad science. Nothing good can come from reading Freud, nothing good can come from studying psychology. The only way to heal mental illnesses is with mindfulness and intense spiritual struggle.



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