2018-11-06 02:11:16 UTC
Only less intelligent atheists ignore direct observable facts. In
former ages, asuras (atheists or demons) wanted to kill Krishna with
weapons. In the modern day and age, atheists want to kill God with
brain-dead, godless theories like evolution and abiogenesis.
Nobody with a working intellect actually believes that the world just
up one day and created itself out of dead matter, still, evolution is
being taught in all schools and universities as a scientific fact.
Its not even called Darwins theory anymore. When it became clear to
scientists how idiotic that idea really is, that no changes appear in
the different species, even over a long time, they began to look at
the changes that take place on the micro-level in the genes and so on,
and they called these changes evolution, and they bragged to the whole
world - look, evolution is a fact.
So changes observable on the molecular level like the immune system or
adapting to the environment, is now being called evolution, and
scientists proclaim - see, these little changes on the molecular level
of living organisms prove Darwins theory.
Of course, to actually believe that, youll have to be a dishonest
rascal, but the entire field of modern science is being ruled by such
dishonesty. God predicts such people in the Bhagavad Gita.
Those miscreants who are grossly foolish, who are lowest among
mankind, whose knowledge is stolen by illusion, and who partake of the
atheistic nature of demons do not surrender unto Me. (Bg 7.15 )
So, in the modern civilization, improbable, basically insane theories
meant to rule out God, are being dressed up as science. In fact,
science has become the new opiate of the people.
Formerly, people had great faith in what they were told by priests and
ministers clad in black robes, nowadays people have the same
unwavering faith in what they are being told by scientists in white
----but, but, but there is no magic involved in creating life. It's
all a natural process. If you ask me what exactly is that natural
process, I have no idea, I just call it a natural process to make it
sound like it's science, to fool creationists into thinking, that I
know what I'm talking about.
These poor religious fanatics, they need some magical, invisible pixie
sitting in the sky to explain nature, but me? Forget it, I don't need
magic to explain nature, because it's all a natural process.
You see, first there was a point... I call the point a singularity to
make it sound less ridiculous, I imagine it's a point of all mass,
space, and time, so no need to worry about what was outside the point,
because there was nothing outside the point - no space, no time, no
mass, no nothing, you understand? There was only the point, and from
that point a universe popped out, just like that - poof- for no
apparent reason, it just happened, see? No magic involved... it's all
a natural process, and as we all know natural processes are very
I won't get into what happened with the natural processes after the
universe popped into existence - how life evolved out of chemicals and
then transmuted from an amoeba into a talking human being. Don't worry
yourself about all these annoying details, all you have to understand
is that it's completely natural and scientific.... and that it
happened over long, long time. That's all you have to know.
Also, don't worry yourself that no-one with a brain actually believes
the world created itself out of a bunch of chemicals, don't worry that
the most prominent and brainy scientists on the planet support the
idea of ID - Intelligent Design, simply because it makes more sense.
That's totally inconsequential. All you have to know is that it's all
completely natural. It doesn't matter you have no clue what it means
or entails. You simply have to repeat it like a mantra, just try it -
natural process, natural process, natural natural process process, no
magic, no magic, magic magic no no... see how good it makes you feel?
"A common sense interpretation of the facts suggests that a
superintellect has monkeyed with physics, as well as with chemistry
and biology, and that there are no blind forces worth speaking about
in nature. The numbers one calculates from the facts seem to me so
overwhelming as to put this conclusion almost beyond question." - Fred