Scientists Know Squat
by Phillip J. Boucher
Scientists, those people who include anyone from cancer researchers to rocket developers to big-wig doctors, are simply regurgitated, educated minions of teaching-scientists, who are the educated minions of their teachers. Scientists are trained in how things are perceived to be and that things cannot exist in another way. They learn the same things that generations of scientists learned before them, albeit also learning new discoveries.
However, these discoveries upon themselves are simply revelations of training they already received. And with this education and regurgitation, the eyes of scientists look down upon us peons over the ever-upturned nose, down upon the peasants and uneducated who have no access to the knowledge these Gods possess. We are to simply accept what they tell us. What they know. What they have been taught. And their minds, through all of this, are as closed as a door to a jail cell.
Here are some examples:
In Mexico and Peru there have been discoveries of strange, giant, and elongated human skulls. Scientists insist, in fact they really demand that we agree, that such skulls are a total, absolute, and finite impossibility. These skulls can not possibly exist and no human or human-like creature ever existed to leave behind skulls such as these. These skulls are either hoaxes, gross deformities of regular old human beings, or are the result of binding the skull in infancy to create these “beautiful” heads in adulthood. Just because these skulls have been found does not mean they really, truly represent what they look like.
“It is fact. We are scientists. We know."
However, they want us to believe, without question, without thinking, without challenging them at all, that giant reptiles used to walk the earth. It must be true. They have the skulls of these creatures to prove it!
“These giant reptiles were living breathing creatures that shook the very ground they walked on. They were real. They left behind their bones to prove it. It is fact. We are scientists. We know."
Giant reptile skulls equal real living animals. Strange human skulls equals no such thing. Really?
And fisherman in the early twentieth century would catch a weird looking fish and tell scientists about it.
"Impossible. You fisherman must be smoking something on your boats. That fish doesn't exist."
"But it looks just like this fish in this book on dinosaurs!"
"Nonsense!" the scientists would say. "That fish has been extinct for over sixty-five million years!"
"Oh yeah?" the fishermen said. "Then what is this?" as they threw down the body of the impossible extinct fish.
At that point scientists were forced, yes forced against their will, to admit that the fish, the coelacanth, was alive and well and living in Earth's waters. Today, not only are there three species of this ancient and supposedly extinct fish, but some city aquariums actually contain some specimens living in their tanks.Really?
Then there's cancer. A hundred years ago a doctor and her team were investigating the possibility that cancer was caused by a virus.
"Heresy!" the medical and scientific communities shouted. And they persecuted this doctor and her team, kicking them out of the medical profession and forcing them to die in poverty and shame. Shame. Shame. Shame. Quacks.
Today, there is a vaccine to help prevent cervical cancer, which is caused by the Human Papillomavirus. Recently, the medical and scientific communities have admitted, quietly, shhhhh, that some lung cancers are caused by a virus...the Human Papillomavirus. Gee willikers, could that mean that most if not all cancers are caused by the HPV?
"Impossible!" they say. Really?
Scientists should be very wary about declaring absolutes on many of the things in this world that provoke thought and controversy. As has been shown throughout recent history, they continue to be proven wrong. And how can you trust anyone who is proven wrong over and over again?
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