Tuesday, February 5, 2013

   "The War In Medicine"


Ten hours pass and you realize the sun went down and it is now
dark - and Hermann is still talking. You also realize it has
been four hours since you had a clue what he was talking about.
You also realize that this is not what you expected. You expected
some wild and crazy theories. But in fact you realize that
creationists are not stupid and they really do have some very
strong arguments. Then you also realize that what you had been
taught by the evolutionists, about what the creationists believe,
has absolutely no relationship to what the creationists actually
do believe.

You finally go home, very confused.

Note: if you are interested in learning more about creation
science, see one of these two books:

For the general public:
Introduction to the Mathematics of Evolution

For LDS:
Prophets or Evolution - An LDS Perspective

Final Comments

This simple story demonstrates the very sad state of affairs
in America and throughout the world. Neither schools, nor
corporations, nor governments want anyone to hear both sides
of any issue from [the people on] both sides of the fence.
They would rather have a brainwashed student than a thinking
student. Schools act as if they have all of the answers and
that it is not necessary to teach students to think for
themselves. Students are graded on how well they regurgitate
"facts," not on how well they think. Students learn very early
on that all of the benefits are on one side of the fence and
that they should spend their life gathering up the benefits.

    "Education ... has produced a vast population able to read
but unable to distinguish what is worth reading."
    G.M. Trevelyan

People are taught from birth to assume and expect that those
in the "establishment" (such as the schools, the news broadcasters
and newspapers):
1) Have no vested interests or conflicts of interest,
2) Have perfect intelligence,
3) Have all the facts for both sides of the fence,
4) Are totally neutral and unbiased,
5) Have perfect integrity,
6) Have your best interests in mind, and
7) Are truly open-minded,
8) Love truth more than benefits.

And above all, you are never, never allowed to think that money
or power (i.e. benefits) could possibly influence what the
establishment teaches you.


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