Wednesday, 28 February 2018

Secular faith in the unobservable

Secular predestination often pops up in its science subjects. It is a predetermined outcome that is strongly held even when scientific observations challenge secular hallowed knowledge. Casting off valid concerns and challenges the so called facts (which are not observed facts but rather assumptions) become enshrined and holy. Untouchable and unapproachable and must be obeyed. Such are the dictators of secular science (or should we correctly say maths/consensus as if science was a democracy or safety in numbers and stuff like that).The Big bang is not science, it is a bunch of other stuff.


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