Which god? God or god?
“Thou shalt have no other god before me.” (Exodus 20:3 KJV)
September 25, 2011
A pillar of physics — that nothing can go faster than the speed of light — appears to be smashed by an oddball subatomic particle that has apparently made a giant end run around Albert Einstein's theories. from Science on msnbc.com.
You know -
If you don't know -
The key is -
For instance -
"It's dangerous to lay odds against Einstein," said Rob Plunkett, a physicist at the Fermilab near Chicago who has tried similar speed-
Columbia University physicist Brian Greene said he would "bet just about everything I hold dear that this won't hold up to scrutiny."
Physicists on the team said they were as surprised as their skeptics about the results, which appear to violate the laws of nature as we know them.
The elegance of Einstein's theory and its proven track record are why nearly every one of the more than a dozen physicists contacted by The Associated Press about the new findings has been cautious, skeptical or downright disbelieving.
Amazing stuff isn't it?
and not anything about E=MC² -
not anything about science at all.
The amazing part to me is the devotion to Einstein's theory -
Think devotion is too strong a word -
He cautioned that the neutrino researchers would have to explain why similar results weren't detected before.
"This would be such a sensational discovery if it were true that one has to treat it extremely carefully," said Ellis.
So even if the results are confirmed -
And then -
Things have happened before that turned current "knowledge" on its head -
Look at Darwin -
Why does it have to be treated extremely carefully?
Are you and I just random things that happened?
No real past -
How pointless and depressing is that?
To be honest -
To take it one step further -
It's just mind blowing.
How many people really want life to be that pointless?
Things came to be -
Of course -
It makes sense, actually.
Look at these things -
They do have something in common.
From a certain point of view -
From a different point of view -
I think that the real reason for the strength of the feeling has more to do with the side of the fence one is on. For those that want to say God doesn't exist -
For others of us -
I truly believe that -
Above all, do not attempt to use science (I mean, the real sciences) as a defence against Christianity. They will positively encourage him to think about realities he can’t touch and see. There have been sad cases among the modern physicists. If he must dabble in science, keep him on economics and sociology; don’t let him get away from that invaluable ‘real life’. But the best of all is to let him read no science but to give him a grand general idea that he knows it all and that everything he happens to have picked up in casual talk and reading is ‘the results of modern investigation’.
In other words -
Above all, do use science (I mean, the real sciences) as a defence for Christianity. They will positively encourage him to think about realities he can’t touch and see. There have been happy cases among the modern physicists. But the best of all is to let him read enough science but to give him the realization that he doesn't know it all and that there are many things that humans cannot know, because they aren't God.'
Who knows? Maybe yes -
The key isn't whether it's true.
The key is why some would fight so hard to want it to not be true.
Why don't they want something to exist that would throw current "knowledge" to the wind?
Let there be light.
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