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  • Aliens [ occult, science ]

    a strong relationship exists between occultic ritual sites, top secret military installations, and UFO/alien sightings and abductions. In addition, Christians have had success in ending alien abduction experiences by the authority of Jesus Christ. Are aliens actually demons, the third of the hosts of Heaven that were cast out with Satan for rebellion? There is much evidence to support this theory that has been greatly researched (tens of thousands of hours) by Guy Malone, Joe Jordan, and other researchers). Many of the dots are connected between the occult world and aliens... Continue reading
  • Asch Conformity Study [ psychology, science ]

    During the 1950s Solomon Asch conducted and published a series of experiments that demonstrated the degree to which an individual's own opinions are influenced by those of a majority group. Demonstrating how a "normal" human being can be pressured into unusual behavior by people they deem as authority figures, or by the consensus of opinion around them. Over the 12 critical trials, about 75% of participants conformed at least once, and 25% of participant never conformed. Continue reading
  • Big Bang Theory [ science ]

    A theory of the creation of the universe that theorizes that a large quantity of nothing decided to pack tightly together, and then exploded outward into hydrogen and helium. This gas is said to have flowed outward through frictionless space to eventually form stars, galaxies, planets, and moons. It all sounds so simple, just as you would find in a science fiction novel. And that is all it is. There are no physical principles from which it can be deduced that all of the matter in the universe would ever gather together in one location, or from which it can be deduced that an explosion would occur if the theoretical aggregation did take place. H. Lipson in his book A Physicist Looks at Evolution says "... evolution became in a sense a scientific religion; almost all scientists have accepted it and many are prepared to `bend' their observations to fit in with it." Continue reading
  • Carbon Dioxide [ environment, health, science ]

    The essential molecule for all plant life that without, the entire web of life on our planet would instantly collapse. Misinformed environmentalists have been exhaustively convinced that carbon dioxide is somehow a “death” molecule for the planet, when exactly the opposite is true: The planet would die without it… and humans would have no vegetables, no fruits, and no herbs if it wasn’t for carbon dioxide as revealed in an in-depth report on the benefits of CO2. In his paper, independent scholar and author Indur Goklany explains how CO2 benefits both the biosphere and humanity by stimulating the growth and flourishing of plant life. Further, increased concentrations of CO2 directly contribute to more rainfall, which means more food for both animals and people. Contrary to what the global warming fanatics often claim, rising CO2 levels have been helping our planet, not hurting it. So, ironically, reducing the carbon footprint is not green at all! Continue reading
  • Climategate [ environment, scandals, science ]

    The scandal erupted on Nov. 19, 2009, when a collection of email messages, data files and data processing programs were leaked from the Univ. of East Anglia Climatic Research Unit (CRU) located in the UK, revealing scientific fraud and data manipulation by scientists concerning the Global Warming Theory. The released information including thousands of emails, is evidence of deceit by climate scientists, which was kept a secret or hidden from the public until the data was leaked from the CRU. The CRU’s apparent obstruction of freedom-of-information requests, as revealed by the leaks, was only the tip of the iceberg. Climategate is said to have revealed the biggest scientific hoax in world history as the worst scandal of this generation, but it hasn't stopped the hoaxers from spewing their propaganda. Continue Reading...
  • Depopulation [ common-terms, science ]

    One of the most difficult concepts for Americans to accept is that there are human beings dedicated to coercive population control and genocide. For more than a century the globalists have been promoting their NWO eugenics plan for a sustainable earth population of about a half billion people based on an overpopulation myth. The UN Agenda 21 spells it all out in graphic detail. This means within the next several years they plan to kill 13 out of 14 of us 7.2 billion people currently living and breathing on this planet. For decades they’ve been busily deploying both slower, “soft kill” methods as well as their faster, “hard kill” methods to drastically reduce the world population. The Illuminati plan to reduce the supposedly overpopulated world, which they see as uncontrollable,  – to 500 million as engraved on the Georgia Guidestones. Their reason:  7.2 billion people are difficult to govern for their one-world government / Agenda 21 - even for their global army of 'Yes Men' and corrupted mercenaries who cannot think for themselves what is really going on. Continue reading
  • Eugenics [ common-terms, science ]

    The science of improving a population by controlled breeding to increase the occurrence of desirable heritable characteristics. (Oxford dictionary)

    “Eugenics” comes from the Greek roots for “good” and “origin,” or “good birth” and involves applying principles of genetics and heredity for the purpose of improving the human race. The term eugenics was first coined by Francis Galton in the late 1800’s (Norrgard 2008). Galton (1822-1911) was an English intellectual whose body of work spanned many fields, including statistics, psychology, meteorology and genetics. Incidentally, he was also a half-cousin of Charles Darwin. Galton’s first academic foray into eugenics analyzed the characteristics, such as superior intelligence, of England’s upper classes and concluded they were hereditary; therefore, desirable traits could be passed down through generations (Norrgard 2008). Galton advocated a selective breeding program for humans in his book Hereditary Genius (1869): “Consequently, as it is easy, ….. to obtain by careful selection a permanent breed of dogs or horses gifted with peculiar powers of running, or of doing anything else, so it would be quite practicable to produce a highly-gifted race of men by judicious marriages during several consecutive generations.Continue reading

  • Evolution [ science ]

    A atheistic, naturalistic theory of the history of life on earth (this refers to the theory of evolution which employs methodological naturalism and is taught in schools and universities). The theory has 'evolved' drastically over the relatively brief period that it has been the ruling paradigm of Western thought, though changes are not usually broadcast to the general public. (See Arthur S. Lodge's search for a definition.) Merriam-Webster's dictionary gives the following definition of evolution: "a theory that the various types of animals and plants have their origin in other preexisting types and that the distinguishable differences are due to modifications in successive generations..." Currently, there are several theories of evolution, all of which rest on theories, not science.

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  • Fibonacci number [ creation-science ]

    a sequence of numbers that can be found in many organisms, such as the spiral patterns in the heads of sunflowers and offer power evidence of intelligent design. God has arranged sunflower seeds without gaps in the most efficient way by forming two spirals. The ratio of these spirals varies from one kind of sunflower to another. In the simplest form of this sequence, each number is the sum of the previous two: 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21 . . . . The ratio of a number in the Fibonacci sequence to the previous number approximates the golden ratio. The musical scale is based upon the ratios of 1:2, 1:3, 1:4, etc. The Parthenon of ancient Greece is designed with these very ratios, which are pleasing to the eye and to the ear. The division of the conch shell and the spiral of the snail shell display the same ratios. This progression of ratios can be illustrated as an extension of the Fibonacci sequence. (CreationWiki)
  • Flat Earth theory [ creation-science ]

    The theory that the earth is flat and stationary, not a ball spinning at its equator at over 1000 miles per hour and rotating around the sun at 67,000 miles per hour. Advocates site not only the Bible as proof that the earth is flat and stationary, they also point to science such as the buoyancy, density, the Pythagorean theorem to measure curvature, centripetal and centrifugal force, etc. Most believe that the firmament, as taught by the Bible, is a hard, glass-like dome that encloses the earth above the atmosphere and contains the sun, moon, and stars. They believe NASA is a deceptive organization made up mostly of Freemasons that faked the moon landing and lie about the nature of our universe. Continue reading
  • Forensic Science [ science ]

    In April 2015, the FBI made an admission that was nothing short of catastrophic for the field of forensic science. In an unprecedented display of repentance, the Bureau announced that, for years, the hair analysis testimony it had used to investigate criminal suspects was severely and hopelessly flawed. But questions of forensic science’s reliability go well beyond hair analysis, and the FBI’s blunders aren’t the only reason to wonder how often fantasy passes for science in courtrooms. Recent years have seen a wave of scandal, particularly in drug testing laboratories. Among the areas determined to be flawed and in need of more research are: accuracy and error rates of forensic analyses, sources of potential bias and human error in interpretation by forensic experts, fingerprints, firearms examination, tool marks, bite marks, impressions (tires, footwear), bloodstain-pattern analysis, handwriting, hair, coatings (for example, paint), chemicals (including drugs), materials (including fibers), fluids, serology, and fire and explosive analysis. Continue reading
  • Geocentric Theory [ creation-science ]

    Some creationists believe that the scientific assault on the Bible did not begin with biological evolution, but with the acceptance of the heliocentric (or more properly, geokinetic) theory centuries ago. Geocentrists believe that the Bible clearly states that the Earth does not move, and hence the only acceptable Biblical cosmology is a geocentric one. Modern geocentrists use both Biblical and scientific arguments for their case. Geocentricity is a conceptual model of the form of the universe which makes three basic assertions about the nature of the earth and its relationship to the rest of the universe. These are: (a) the earth is the center of the universe, (b) the earth is fixed (i.e., immobile) in space, and (c) the earth is unique and special compared to all other heavenly bodies. Continue reading
  • Germ Theory [ health, science ]

    According to what we are taught, French biologist Louis Pasteur discovered that microorganisms or “germs” caused disease. He championed the 'germ theory' that we “catch” bacteria, colds, and viruses which should be prevented through drugs, vaccines, and other means. We were taught to be afraid of these germs and out of fear try to “kill” them with drugs rather than generating good environments in our bodies (the beneficial microorganisms and healthy immune balance, healthy PH levels, etc.). Pasteur essentially dug up the germ theory of disease and put his name on it. Bechamp, on the other hand, proved through original research that most diseases are the result of diseased tissue and that bacteria and viruses are largely after-effects instead of causes of disease. Continue reading
  • Global Warming [ science ]

    Global warming is a theory with four components: (1) The Earth’s surface temperature is rising because of human activity, particularly industrial production and personal consumption; (2) Weather extremes we now experience are more destructive than in the past because of this warming effect; (3) If this trend is not stopped, the planet will soon be unable to sustain human life as we have known it; and (4) The solution is government management of all human activity, including the elimination of private property and personal freedom. The theory is based on junk science and fraud. In other words, it does not exist. The driving force behind this theory comes from politicians, bureaucrats, and those employed by institutions that depend on government funding. All of these benefit from the alleged solution to the alleged problem. The proposed solution requires crushing taxation, confiscation of private property, and denial of freedom-of-choice. The threat of global warming is the bedrock foundation of almost all programs on behalf of totalitarian government based on collectivism. Continue reading
  • Human experimentation [ health, science ]

    Numerous unethical experiments have been performed on human test subjects in the United States and abroad and were often performed illegally, without the knowledge, consent, or informed consent of the test subjects. Such tests have occurred throughout American history, but particularly in the 20th century. The experiments include: the exposure of people to chemical and biological weapons (including infection of people with deadly or debilitating diseases), human radiation experiments, injection of people with toxic and radioactive chemicals, surgical experiments, interrogation and torture experiments, mind control and tests involving mind-altering substances, etc.. Many of these tests were performed on children, the sick, and mentally disabled individuals, often under the guise of "medical treatment". In many of the studies, a large portion of the subjects were poor, racial minorities, or prisoners. Continue reading