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The Great Gravity Probe B Hoax: More Evolutionist (Anti-Christian) Fraud

May 13, 2011 1 comment

Sadly, evolutionists have further wrecked science, spreading more lies in the astronomy field, spreading more confusion and causing more scientific and technological stagnation and religious/spiritual confusion as a result. They have done so this time by making false claims about the Gravity Probe B satellite experiment, which in 2008 NASA had made clear was a failed experiment. But now, in March 2011, it’s suddenly a success. Look at how much propaganda was spread by the experimenters:

78 news articles claiming that the GPBSE was a success, and many blogs, including Michio Kaku’s.

Even Wikipedia is spreading the hoax which is evident from the title of the Gravity Probe B experiment picture they placed on the Gravity Probe B page. It says, “Gravity_Probe_B_Confirms_the_Existence_of_Gravitomagnetism.jpg” (the same picture I used for this post). I wonder if that was the original title or if some weasel retitled it.

At this Google knol link here, physics researcher Michael Suede points out why the claim of success and vindication is false, among other reasons for Relativity being false. He claims that the GPB error data was used to produce a positive result, which the geocentrist Malcom Bowden predicted would happen.

If you hate reading or would rather watch videos of evidence against General Relativity, here are some videos on Youtube:

Einstein Was Wrong – Falsifying Observational Evidence Presented

Quasars: Why Einstein Was Wrong

Related Videos and Articles:

Geoncentrism Evidence:

Hidden scientific evidence for geocentrism

Evidence of Geocentrism 1 of 3

Evidence of Geocentrism 2 of 3

Evidence of Geocentrism 3 of 3

Geocentricism – The Orrery

The geocentric Venus-Mars-cycle – animation

Earth, Venus, Sun: Geocentric Orrery

Geocentric Model with Sun and Venus

Geocentric model of the solar system, demonstrating the celestial sphere and epicycles

Morning Meteors Explain Geocentrism

Geocentricity – Satellites + Mach

GEOCENTRISM – Sagnac’s experiment – an animated explanation

Geocentricity explains the seasons

The Static Earth – The Geostationary Model works!

Geocentric Universe – Celestial Poles

GEOCENTRICITY – An animated explanation of “Airy’s Failure”

Galileo – Quadricentennial Myth vs fact

A written rebuttal against the arguments of Los Almos’ Nieto’s arguments against geocentrism

Big Bang Contradictions:

Technical Paper on Plasma Cosmology and Big Bang

The Big Bang Theory–A Scientific Critique

Fast stars challenge big bang origin for dwarf galaxies

Why we’ve got the cosmological constant all wrong (note the comments too)

New Discovery: Dwarf Galaxies May Nix Theory of Dark Matter in the Universe

Faster Than Light? Neutrino Finding Puzzles Scientists

Faster than a Speeding Light Wave

The First Test That Proves General Theory of Relativity Wrong

Was the Speed of Light Faster In the Early Universe?

Faster Than the Speed of Light: The Story of a Scientific Speculation

Speed of Light May Have Varied in the Early Universe

Copernicus and his Revolutions

The Decrease In the Speed of Light – An Update On Developments

Reports of the Death of Speed of Light Decay are Premature

On the Constancy of the Speed of Light

Starlight and Time

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Jews With Heart-Walls Turn to Dead False Prophet

December 6, 2010 4 comments

At about 11:40 P.M. yesterday, on Coast to Coast AM, the following exchange was made between George Noory and conartist Dr. Bradley Nelson (a moron who claims that there are more than nine emotions, and had trouble getting the number straight when asked and who claimed you can inherit emotional problems called heart-walls composed of more than 20 emotions):

Dr. Bradley Nelson: When someone in high school or college tells you to follow your heart, that is the best advice they can give you.

George: Absolutely.

Since when is following your heart, let alone of all times when you are teen or in college, the best advice, let alone the best advice? How many more divorces, yelling arguments, physical fights, crushed feelings leading to suicide and baby-murders does there need to be before people like the self-proclaimed emo-doctor, doctor Bradley, realize that he and heart-followers like him are the ones creating so called heart-walls, not curing them? And this conartist, when asked by a caller how she could find out how to remove her heart-wall, advised her merely to go to his website, watch his videos and buy his books, and that that would make her certified to remove them. How convenient that he, having the cure for all of humanities emotional problems, can’t give a basic explanation as to how to cure the world, and can only do so through profit. To my disgust the caller flattered him greatly and praised him for his advice – what advice? Here’s simple free advice for getting rid of “pent up” emotions, so called heart-walls: find out from the Bible what you should feel and why and why you feel the way you do. The short answer: because God gave us the ability to feel, and allowed us to to sense things which we would desire or dislike, be happy, sad, angry, afraid, curious, worried, amazed or surprised over, and because of man’s inability to be logical apart from God’s love and help, they chose to feel things that they should not in certain situations. And how can this Bradley Nelson be a doctor of emotions and not know there are at a maximum, no more than nine core emotions? Imagine someone calling themselves a doctor of the body and first claiming there was an extreme of 180, and then a few seconds later, 18. Would you call such a person a doctor or think him qualified to heal you of anything, or even sane? Would you trust him with your life?

George Noory also interviewed a heretic Moshe Yess, a so called “rabbi” and Judaic (people often mistakenly refer to Judaics as “Jews”, as if there is no Jewish race) who was a heretic. He believed in a ridiculously named “Messiah” who was, get this: dead. How corrupt can Judaism get? So now instead of waiting for a living Messiah, instead of worshiping a living man, now there is a sect that worships a DEAD messiah! Talk about hating God! Instead of worshiping the true Messiah who died for the sins of the world, who has come back to life, whose demonstrated his all-surpassing love and power before many witnesses, a section of the Judaic group has become so twisted that they not only reject that one, but instead accept some obscure demonic Judaic who died in the 90′s, and expect him to return! How convenient that after the New Testament already came up with the concept of a Messiah who could die and who would return does now, these Judaics, come up with one 2000 years later and act like they have something original to give the world, and so original, as to be ridiculous. The Rabbi Schneerson cult also claims not to be a “team” that is above other teams, but that this Rabbi Schneerson will save everyone. The rabbi also claimed that there will be nothing “negative” when Rabbi Schneerson returns to change the universe, which is a comment that makes it a New Age cult: New Agers smear everything that they personally dislike (including fundamentalist Christians) as “negative” or evil, in place of the word immoral or wicked because those words remind people of the Bible and it’s laws. The word evil is also a Biblical word, but was a word that was used for hundreds of years, unlike “negative”, as a term for what was generally considered “immoral” by everyone, though it was also used like the word “negative” in that a good/righteous or decent person or group would be called “evil” by someone or some group that personally disliked them. The word “negative” however, unlike “evil” is used much more vaguely and more often used.

You can always hear many false Christians and non-Christians, including atheists, calling other groups, including true Christians, “negative”, but less so “evil”, because that word evil, as I said, is a biblical word, further, true Christians use it often to describe some non-Christians who repeatedly reject Christ after he is explained to them (I don’t mean that true Christians will say to anyone’s face that they are evil after first seeing what they are like, but to others so as not to get into a physical fight or embarrass the evil person or group they met). And so, the non-Christians who were condemned as evil will avoid using the word evil so as not to be reminded of the condemnation from Christians. So, this Schneerson cult is “universalist”, meaning that ultimately, or indirectly, it approves of any and every belief, including evil ones, with the exception of the true religion (the one given by God), because the true religion (which promotes only the truth and is accepted fully only by those who are honest), directly opposes universalism, which accepts lies and liars.

I’ve already been given eternal life, and don’t need a dead “rabbi Schneerson”, who comes on not just 2000 years late on the seen, but who even when he died was late in letting the world know he existed, let alone died, to give me life.

At 12:46 A.M., George asked this “rabbi” Moshe Yess: Is there anything to our free will? …can we change them [future events]?

This question once again demonstrates the misconception the world has over the meaning of “free” and “will” and no surprise then the term “free will”. The Mormons and every false Christian (that includes Catholics like George Noory), misunderstand “free will” to mean “free physical actions” as in freedom to do ANYTHING you want to do. George asked if free will could change physical events, because he was confused, or, was completely deceived into thinking his will could affect physical events (and he does believe literally in wishful thinking, that willing something to happen with enough will power can change the physical environment (just like many insane Pentecostals believe, who believe they can wish money into their purses and wallets with faith). He may have been asking the rabbi that question to see if the rabbi was on his side, his side that precious “free will” (a subconscious code for “Man’s sovereignty) was sacred, and above God’s will.

At 1:51 A.M., the false rabbi reminded me of something George Noory says now and then, which is that he doesn’t believe in coincidence, and I immediately realized that by saying that, Noory was contradicting himself in his belief that the future can be changed. For George, who is a believer in a thinking God who designed and created the universe, who still interacts in the world at least indirectly – for him to say that there is no coincidence, is to say that there is no randomness, no chaos, but that everything happens based on someone’s will, and due to “natural laws” which God created, and which God sets aside at times to accomplish something according to his will.

I also noticed that a few minutes later, near the end of the show, that the false rabbi went against the statement of the final caller, which was that the world was not controlled by an illuminati, but that we were all under the control of God. This was deceptive statement, and unwise to say, because as I often point out, the world doesn’t understand “free will” and God’s control correctly, and so when someone simply says God control’s everything to the masses, it doesn’t advance their understand but ends up creating more contention, in general. His reply was also deceptive, because the Bible itself says that Satan is the god of this world, figuratively, but that literally there are demons who rule certain sections of this planet, who, like human rulers, fight against the good (however the demons also fight against angels, which demons once were).

I’m curious if Noory, being someone who confuses “free will” with being able to do whatever you want to do, took the claim of the rabbi that God is in control to be true or false, and if he understood it to mean a general control (as in spiritual to a limited degree, and also fully environmental) or if he took it to mean in control of even the will of others (which wouldn’t make sense by the way since a will by definition has to be free to choose otherwise it’s not a will). l also wonder what the false rabbi meant by saying “control”: if he meant complete control or a general overall control so that his plans are always fulfilled without failure of any kind.

There was one good thing that Moshe Yess said, which was that he distinguished Jews from Judaism, indirectly acknowledging/implying that a Jew was still one racially, and not only a person who practiced Judaism.

Odors of Sanctity, Visions and Healings by ‘Mary’ and Bleeding Saints

Last night and into the early morning George Noory, the main host of the Coast to Coast AM radio show, interviewed Kevin Cook author of Marian Apparitions, talking about visions of Mary and other various miracles that his guest no doubt wanted to use as evidence that the Catholic Church was a legitimate religion. George did a good job interviewing this time, and so made the show interesting.

Kevin claimed that he had had an inner calling in him while he was a Methodist pastor to become a Catholic (not that the Bible taught that Catholicism was the true religion) and so he became one because of that he implied. He said that he knew George Noory was a Catholic, and George immediately acknoweledged that he was right, in some way that I forget. Ironically George showed his anger at one caller who tried to raise fervor for the Catholic Church, telling him the show was about visions of Mary, not the Catholic Church.

Kevin brought up various miracles and Catholic prophets, and I knew that the usual would happen, which is that people would here this who were not saved and think that these were signs that the Catholic Church is or might the “true religion”. The problem with these miracles Kevin brought up, is that he himself acknoweldged that these Mary ghosts showed no concern for a true religion, but that she accepted anyone (which refutes Catholicism as being the true religion and shows the demonic nature of these Mary ghosts) and that the “miracle” of the smell of roses from no known source does’t just happen at Catholic churches or when Catholics are around, which eliminates the notion that it’s a Catholic only miracle. As for those who wonder if demons can heal, like I have for many years, they clearly can from what Revelation says, which is that the anti-Christ will receive a deadly head wound, but that it would be healed. So any healings that Catholics are able to perform or that seem to come from objects or places used in the Catholic religion should not cause anyone to wonder if Catholicism is the true religion. On top of that, the Bible said that the coming of the anti-Christ would come with demonic deceptions:

The coming of the lawless one will be in accordance with the work of Satan displayed in all kinds miracles, signs and lying wonders, and in every sort of evil that deceives those who are perishing. They perish because they refused to love the truth and so be saved. – 2 Thessalonians 2:9-10

Notice the Bible there doesn’t say, “fake miracles, signs and wonders” meaning “man-made miracles or mistaken for miracles or demon-made but having no effect,” but instead says that they are “lying” as in they give people false information, for example the false implication that any religion except ones which are good in God’s eyes or that those who do as they please won’t be punished, except of course those who go against such a message (which would be the people of the true religion, the loved children of God).

The Bible also teaches in the Old Testament that God allows for the possiblity of prophecies that come true but which were falsely claimed to have come from Him or from a false god, and that he does this to test people (to condemn or justify them in other words), to reveal if they are faithful to him or merely following their own heart ultimately. So, no one should be afraid when a Catholic makes a successful prophecy, especially not a vague one.

Another warning sign that these miracles are of Satan, is that the Catholic Church won’t reveal what this so called final (third) secret of Fatima is, which apparently is that it will be a perpetrator of child abuse: http://catholicism.about.com/b/2010/05/14/the-third-secret-of-fatima-and-clerical-sexual-abuse.htm. Ironically that page, which is propaganda, which attempts to legitamize the Catholic Church though showing that the Pope danced around the issue of the third “secret” deceptively, refutes Catholicism by implying that the forgiveness of priests does not atone for anyone’s sins, that justice has not been satisfied.

Before that show, Art Bell did a show, and said, “It’s okay to attack someone’s beliefs… to attack their data… but when you attack their character, that’s another story.” That is a deceptive and immoral statement because it is obvious that attacking a belief or data (as if it were a lie and not good) without evidence, is considered to be a crime of harassment, and in a way it is an attack against the character of the one who has the beliefs being attacked, and, Art’s statement implies that you may not rebuke a person for being thief, liar, adulterer, fornicator, idolator, rebel or murderer, which would mean we should all allow people commit repeat crimes to get away with their crimes without justice.

Did Birds Evolve From Dinosaurs?

February 15, 2010 2 comments

Ugh, I just heard Michael Savage say that he was “amazed that birds came from dinosaurs”, and that when you see a pelican it was obviously a pterodactyl: oh yes, so obvious. Not obvious at all unless Satan has deluded you:

The Racine Debate, Jul 1, 1978

As a Transitional Form Archaeopteryx Won’t Fly, Sep 1, 1989

Archaeoraptor: Featured Dinosaur from National Geographic Doesn’t Fly, Mar 1, 2000

Does ‘Sue’ prove that dinosaurs evolved into birds?, May 30, 2000

Thunderbirds: Did the American Indians see ‘winged dinosaurs’?, March 2002

Feathered Dinosaurs?, May 16, 2005

“Ostrich-osaurus” discovery?, Mar 28, 2005

A “One-Hundred-Million-Year-Old Bird” is Still a Bird, Jun 20, 2006

Dinosaurs vs. Birds: The Fossils Don’t Lie, Sep 1, 2006

Did Dinosaurs Turn Into Birds?, Jan 17, 2008

Fossil Fibers Befuddle Dinosaur Evolution, Mar 31, 2009

Fixed Bird Thigh Nixes Dino-to-bird Development, Jun 22, 2009

Do New Dinosaur Finger Bones Solve a Bird Wing Problem?, Jul 9, 2009

Would a Reverse-engineered Chicken Demonstrate Evolution?, Sep 14, 2009

Alligator Lung Design Prompts Evolutionary Rewrite, Jan 28, 2010

Feathered Dinosaur Debate Exhibits Young Earth Evidence, Feb 8, 2010

Indeed: Scientists are “still learning” and gaining more evidence for the truth, unlike most Darwinists, who reject the truth, and so hardly learn.

National Post Exposes Massive Wikipedia Global Warming Conspiracy

December 23, 2009 1 comment

The Climategate Emails describe how a small band of climatologists cooked the books to make the last century seem dangerously warm. The emails also describe how the band plotted to rewrite history as well as science, particularly by eliminating the Medieval Warm Period, a 400 year period that began around 1000 AD. The Climategate Emails reveal something else, too: the enlistment of the most widely read source of information in the world — Wikipedia — in the wholesale rewriting of this history. …

band members turned to their friends in the media and to the blogosphere, creating a website called RealClimate.org. “The idea is that we working climate scientists should have a place where we can mount a rapid response to supposedly ‘bombshell’ papers that are doing the rounds” in aid of “combating dis-information,” one email explained, referring to criticisms of the hockey stick and anything else suggesting that temperatures today were not the hottest in recorded time. One person in the nine-member Realclimate.org team — U.K. scientist and Green Party activist William Connolley — would take on particularly crucial duties.

Connolley took control of all things climate in the most used information source the world has ever known – Wikipedia. Starting in February 2003, just when opposition to the claims of the band members were beginning to gel, Connolley set to work on the Wikipedia site. He rewrote Wikipedia’s articles on global warming, on the greenhouse effect, on the instrumental temperature record, on the urban heat island, on climate models, on global cooling. …

All told, Connolley created or rewrote 5,428 unique Wikipedia articles. His control over Wikipedia was greater still, however, through the role he obtained at Wikipedia as a website administrator, which allowed him to act with virtual impunity.

Full article here.

More information on The Connolley Conspiracy here.

Spontaneous and Evolutionary Transitional Stupidity Unearthed From 2007 A.D.!

Lest this parrot I discovered on filefront.com gets the last word and fool more people into thinking he is right, or rather that this hoax known as The Miller Urey Experiment was valid proof of abiogenesis (and no God):

Quoting a pretentious parrot:

Actually, the Miller-Urey experiment is quite valid.

And btw, the archaeopteryx (i think i’ve spelt it right) is a transitional animal we have found directly in fossils, one between reptile and bird.

From: http://forums.filefront.com/pub/292503-hoax-evolution-83.html#post3560635

Mr. Pedantic Mr. Pedantic is offline vbmenu_register(“postmenu_3560635″, true);
Beware the Man in the Shadow
 

:lies:

Well because you said so! Actually, you’re quite mentally lazy (Jeeves please bring my tea snoot snoot). Pretentious Pendantic Parrot, using catchy useless phrases from narcissists doesn’t make you wise except in that you recognize how to appear wise to some other gullible people like yourself, yes, quite. Arn’t I smart, I said "quite". I’m to above everyone else to speak plainly, for their benefit, cuz I’m smart.

Why the Miller–Urey research argues against abiogenesis

And now moving on to the other moronic statement:

"And btw, the archaeopteryx (i think i’ve spelt it right) is a transitional animal we have found directly in fossils, one between reptile and bird."

And btw, the archaeopteryx (I think I bothered to check it was spelled right, you know, not being mentally lazy is cool) is not a transitional animal merely because you said so, especially a parroting, gullible, mentally lazy person like yourself. And btw, did it ever occur to you how stupid it is for you to claim that that is evidence of such a fossil, out of countless fossils, trillions and trillions of them (if you include microscopic ones), which no one has shown to be transitional? Magic! Magic that only this one fossil happens to exist as "transitional" A WORD WHICH YOU OBVIOUSLY DON’T KNOW THE MEANING OF. YOU DIDN’T EVEN BOTHER TO STUDY THAT FOSSIL. IF YOU HAD YOUR GULLIBLE SELF WOULD HAVE KNOWN THAT THERE IS NO CONCENSUS AMONG THE EVOLUTIONISTS THAT IT IS TRANSITIONAL, and concensus matters to parrots like yourself when it comes to arguing against Christians, cuz magic: concensus makes a thing true. Just ask Wikipedians (some will deny it when they realize an intelligent person who might know better is asking if you can vote something into being true).

Nest time, I mean next time, don’t parrot, or archaeopteryx. Make sure your brain is fully functional like the archaeopteryx is, and transitional like macro-evolution, a.k.a. "evolution".

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