An Extraordinary Science Adventure

It’s as though religion had became an aggregate ‘personhood’ and entered the human psychic, writing indelibly these words … “Hey ‘I’ have no answers, no proof but that’s OK. All you have to do is just keep the faith that (a) God created the Earth, sprinkled it with creatures (animal and vegetable), in preparation for the real mission of concocting a GODLY mortal who will be separate from the sprinkled creatures that were solely put on the Earth to be used by this GODLY mortal that ‘I’ will dub MAN. These words are not to be, forever and EVER, questioned!”

Somehow, this mythical tale of ole’ was able to take hold of a reasoning part of way too many human brains, kidnapping minds, forcing them to believe it reality. YIKES!

Thank goodness for the superior intellects (like Stephen Hawking) who live amongst us and lead us into the glorious light of real awareness. AMEN! thinkingblue

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An Extraordinary Science
Adventure

News
from the science front brings us a wee bit closer to knowing (and
I mean wee) how the Universe came into being. It’s so
refreshing when scientific education succeeds in opening doors
and letting in natural facts concerning reality. Therefore
perhaps, closing, a little bit, the collective mental gap
developed by human religion to believe the fictitious divine
intervention tale as fact.
Religion
offers no answers only FAITH a word that means (in religion) no
proof but what we tell you (no matter how preposterous it may
sound) is true, so you better believe it or else.
Click photo for story.
LONDON (Reuters) – God did not create the universe and
the “Big Bang” was an inevitable consequence of the
laws of physics, the eminent British theoretical physicist
Stephen Hawking argues in a new book.

BECOMING HUMAN NOVA PART 1

BECOMING HUMAN NOVA PART 2

BECOMING HUMAN NOVA PART 3

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LIBERAL AND PROUD OF IT! “Liberalism is trust of the people tempered by prudence. Conservatism is distrust of the people tempered by fear.” - William E. Gladstone
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