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What Can Science Really Tell Us?

The following is the audio of an interview I did with Tony Gosling from the UK. He broadcasts a Radio show and his blog is found here NOT The BCfm Politics Show presented by Tony Gosling.

Two issues to be addressed were:

  • Flawed science today
  • Scientific evidence for God

Click on this link: https://www.bitchute.com/video/Ab1uR6yrs2JZ/

Available on my Bitchute channel and on my Rumble channel.

One correction; I used the word ‘overdetermined’ but should have said ‘underdtermined’. That means that the universe, fundamentally, does not give us enough information to know for certain the cause of any effects we may observe. There are always other putative causal mechanisms that could produce the same result. Some of those may never even be thought of.

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AI Deployed Hybrid Proteins to Wake Up Genetically Silenced Post-Humans

Repost from shepherdsheart.life

by Celeste Solum March 08, 2022

We truly live in a historic period of time, where if God did not intervene, there would be no flesh left alive.  There is a new technology to be aware of which combines CRISPR technology with a protein that was designed using artificial intelligence (AI). It is a precision weapon under the auspices of One Health (UN “healthcare”) and Francis Collin’s Personalized Precision Medicine launch in 2017, based upon each persons unique personal genome.  Part of their toolkit is the seeding into natural born humans certain chemicals, synthetic human replacements, and frequency modulations.

None of us truly knows how long but the vast population has been “seeded” with chemicals and novel synthetic proteins, that have laid in wait, with the functionality to become “off” or “on” switches.” A precision binary weapon, if you will.    Researchers from the University of Washington School of Medicine in Seattle recently described in the journal Cell Reports.  This line of research became weaponized once traditional medicine was turned over to the Precision Medicine Initiative in 2017.  It was spawned under Obama’s watch.

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What is Life?

The following article was written by Brian Shilhavy Editor of Health Impact News.

This article reminded me of the fact that until we are saved and regenerated we are dead, dead men walking. Only in Christ are we made alive. And thus we avoid the second death even if our flesh dies we live eternally.
Jesus said to the guy in Luke 9:59-60: “Let the dead bury the dead” when they weren’t dead at the moment He spoke to the man who wanted time to wait until his parents had died before following Jesus.


Life. It is one of the most common words in the English language. It is something to “live,” something to “spend,” something that begins and ends, something that is evaluated as “good” or “bad,” as “healthy” or “unhealthy.”

But how do we actually define it? Is it defined by our culture, or does it have an intrinsic meaning that transcends how the culture uses the word?

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COVID-19 Plandemic: How does the church respond?

I was the last speaker at this very good seminar: “The Rise of the Cancel Culture”. I spoke to the question of “How does the church respond?”

Full 3 hour YouTube video of the seminar: Rise of Cancel Culture. (In some sections the sound is broken up.) My talk is the last one starting at the 3:00 mark.

The video of my talk is available from my Bitchute channel, on my Rumble channel and on my Brighteon channel.

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Published Retractions

I am not a biologist but a physicist. I am used to quite high confidence in the data I have obtained in my laboratory experiments. But from reading some biology papers on vaccines and comparisons with adverse health outcomes I note a whole lot of controversy.

At first that controversy might seem to be about population sizes in the studies, or how the demographics were selected, or how the controls were handled. But from my reading it seems that it is more the conclusions that the authors come to that are the hot button topics.

As a result I have read of several high profile retractions by leading journals. That is after the papers passed peer-review and were published did the problems arise. People objected and, in some cases, a total debacle ensued.

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Using Aborted Babies For Vaccines Is Never Justified

The cells from aborted healthy babies have been used in the development of vaccines and medicines for about 80 years.  The argument has been made that since the cell lines are significantly unrelated to the act of the abortion of the baby it is morally justifiable for a Christian to receive vaccines that used such cells in their development and manufacture.

However it is argued that it would be morally wrong if the babies were aborted for the express purpose of using their parts to develop the vaccines and other medicines. I agree. But even if these babies weren’t aborted for the purpose of using their body parts, it would still be morally wrong to use them to develop vaccines and other medicines. But as it stands, the aforementioned argument relies on the notion that the cell lines used are so old, coming from aborted babies back in the 1960s, that there is now little connection to them.

Jonathan Sarfati of CMI wrote in an online letter defending their use:1

“No new embryos are being generated for the purpose of culturing vaccines (this is immoral). The vaccine makers had nothing to do with the abortions.”

Using aborted babies 50 days or 50 years after being killed does not make it morally right. Additional time cannot make something morally right. And whether the researchers had anything to do with the abortions is irrelevant to the argument whether it is morally right to use aborted baby parts. Furthermore is that premise really true in vaccine and other medical research today?

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Highest official recorded temperature in Australia

Over the summer of 2019/20 we have been repeatedly told that the heatwave has been “unprecedented”. But is that actually true?

Note the locations and years these temperatures were recorded.

This is a map, not created by me, which shows some of the past daily maximum temperatures in Australia. I personally in the summer of 1976/77 experienced 55 degrees C in near Eucla in central southern Australia. But these temperatures highlight the false claims of the global warming alarmists that continually repeat their claim that the earth is warming at an unprecedented rate and that it is caused by human activities, mostly burning fossil fuels.

See the temperature recorded at Bourke NSW in 1909? 51.7 C was the officially recorded temperature. But the Australian Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) has wiped it off the records. In fact, they wiped off all records before 1910. So when they say “since records began” they mean since 1910.

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My health journey: part 3

In June last year I wrote a post indicating that I had eradicated h. pylori bacteria (finally) from my gut and I believed I was on a healing journey from thereon out. Well that it seems now was only the start of the journey and I had still a long way to go. Here I will try to document some of my journey after June 2018.

At that time I was following the Dave Hompes h. pylori diet which meant eating regular small meals always including some animal protein with each meal. This was to keep your blood sugar stable.

At that time I still would get acid reflux and gastritis due to the damage done to my body but eventually, by eating low acidic foods, my stomach healed and I was largely relieved of reflux and gastritis.

My journey continued

The problem I learned from what followed is that h. pylori bacteria are opportunistic and only succeed when the environment is weakened as mine was. I was left at this point with a weakened immune system, along with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and overactive bladder, or possibly interstitial cystitis (I.C.). I really needed to find a cure but my doctors told me it is incurable. I also had a recurrence of prostatitis and I wasn’t going back to taking pharmaceutical drugs.

Also I soon developed gastroparesis, where you are nearly always nauseous because the food in your stomach does not leave soon enough. The only way to counter it is eat again and the new food in the stomach pushes out the old lot and you get relief for awhile.

I sought out medical help, though I did not want to take drugs. I was offered Iberogast, a herbal tonic, which is supposed to help but it didn’t. I found an integrative doctor who gave me some herbal pills but they didn’t work either.

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Questions on the conventionality thesis and the one-way speed of light

The conventionality thesis and the asynchronous convention for the one-way speed of light (ASC) has been presented as a biblical creationist explanation for how light from the most distant sources in the cosmos reached Earth within the 6,000 years since the Creation, as determined from a straightforward reading of the Genesis account. There is no conflict with the true age of the universe because it simply is counted off by the years since creation.[1],[2],[3]

The conventionality thesis in Special Relativity relates to the synchronisation of clocks separated by a distance. It involves to the notion that the one-way speed of light, provided the two-way speed is c, can only be chosen by a convention, since it is impossible in principle to measure it. 

With respect to this subject, I address some issues raised from articles I have recently written on this subject.[4],[5],[6]

Innate bias

The first issue relates not so much to the science but to the mindset of the hearer when the topic is discussed. There seems to be in many of us an innate bias against accepting that the events (in light from stars, galaxies etc) we see in the cosmos are the same age as the earth and solar system. The idea is that all we see in the cosmos is occurring now, and not in some past epoch of time.  However due to our education among other factors we are biased into believing the starlight coming from the cosmos travels at a fixed speed of about 300,000 km/s and because of the distances involved it must have taken billions of years to reach Earth. We believe this even though it has never been measured.[7]

Last year I had the opportunity to share a PowerPoint talk titled “Can we see into the past?”[8] with a small group of friends who were all solidly biblical creationist in worldview. After I gave the PowerPoint presentation some questions were asked and one person, who does have some science training, said that he just could not get his head around it. I respect that but I believe it is a case where a little knowledge can be dangerous. In some cases a prior knowledge has led to a closely held belief, or an innate bias, which in turn can close off a person’s mind to new ideas without any logical reason. Such situations are well documented in science, particularly in fields that are undergoing revolutionary transitions. For example the case of phlogiston.[9]

Another man in that small group, who is physically blind and could not see my PowerPoint slides (so he did not have the advantage that the sighted people did), said that he had no problem understanding it. He said that he had had no science education and did not have any preconceived ideas (for example that the one-way speed of light must be finite, isotropic and equal to c, the measured two-way speed).

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The conventionality thesis on the synchronisation of clocks separated by distance

I recently read the book “Concepts of Simultaneity” by Max Jammer[1] where Jammer presents the history of concepts of simultaneity. Primarily he starts with the Greek philosophers and works through to the modern age—with philosophers and physicists. The book outlines that in regards to the concept of simultaneity the most significant developments occurred in the past 110 years, starting with Albert Einstein when he published his famous paper on Special Relativity in 1905.

Time is intrinsically linked with simultaneity. Simultaneity involves how we might synchronise distant clocks with our own local clocks. This issue then has an enormous bearing on some significant philosophical questions. How do we measure the speed of light coming from the distant cosmos? How old is the universe? How do we know how old the universe is?

We accept as fact, even consider it as empirical fact, something that is actually not fact at all, but conventional. I explain below. But an incorrectly held notion has led to the idea that we can definitively know how old the universe is.

Since we know the speed of light is finite (not infinite) and the universe is enormously large, then it is concluded that it must have taken light billions of years to travel to Earth from the distant cosmos. From that it follows that both theist and atheist have incorrectly concluded that the biblical timeline cannot be correct. The atheists even use this as an argument against the existence of the Creator.

In classical (Newtonian) physics, up to several hundred years before Einstein and any measurement of the speed of light, a distant event was considered simultaneous with a local event if the local observer saw them occur at the same time, as measured by his local clock. This is because the speed of light was assumed to be infinite. There was no delay between the light leaving its source and its reception at the observer. But that all changed.