Thursday, December 26, 2013

Your Trip To The Left Side of the Fence


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Your Trip To The Left Side of the Fence

Well, just for the heck of it, out of morbid curiosity and to test your debate skills,
you decide to walk over to the left side of the fence and talk to a creationist. You
carefully walk up to (gulp, drum roll): Hermann the Horrible Hermit Heretic. Be
careful, you say to yourself, close your ears and don't listen, this person is an idiot.
Oh well, its cold outside and your hands are in your pocket, so you listen.

You shake hands with Hermann and exchange pleasantries. Right away you
are amazed at something: Hermann can talk! You had always been taught
that creationists had the IQ of a rodent and wore beenie caps with rotors.

Hermann starts by talking about the first living organism, and about its DNA
component and its cell membrane component. He states that even though it is
 absurd that a 300,000 nucleotide chain (300 genes with an averagelength of
1,000 nucleotides) can randomly form, even if it did, the statistical probability
that the first DNA had a permutation of nucleotides, such that 300 viable proteins
could be created by this DNA genome, has a probability that is far less than:
10-30,000 (this is a probability of 1 divided by a 1 with 30,000 zeros behind it).

(Note: the 10-30,000 figure is based on the assumption that 1 in 100 random
permutations of 1,000 nucleotides will form a protein vital to a living organism.
This is a very generous figure for the evolutionists,because the real figure is
probably far, far less than 1 in a billion.)

He then stated that even if it could create 300 proteins, there is anabsurdly small
probability that these 300 proteins would form a set of proteins that could support
the life of a new organism. He did not givea probability for this because there isn't
enough known about sets of proteins.

You quickly do some math in your head. You remember from science class
that there are 1080 atoms in our universe. Then, you imagine there are 1029,920
universes just like ours in a cluster (that is a one followedby 29,920 zeros). All
of these universes combined would have 1,030,000 atoms.

Suppose some government wants to do a lottery and in order to win the lottery
you have to pick the single, correct atom from among all of the atoms in the
1029,920 universes. The probability of winning this lottery is 10-30,000. You
ask yourself: "who is so bad at math they would buy a ticket in that lottery?"

Then you remember what your math teacher taught you: "the lottery is a tax
on people who are bad at math." Then you realize there are a lot of people who
would spend their life savings buying lottery tickets in that lottery. Finally, you
come out of your daydreaming and realize that Hermann was talking while you
were doing the math in your head.

Then you hear about the ridiculous probability of the first cell membrane forming
by accident. For two hours Hermann gives you an earful about how incredibly
complex a eukaryotic cell is. It is so complex that even the exobiologists admit
that one could not form by accident from a prebiotic pool. Thus, they claim that
the first cell was a prokaryotic cell, and that there are conditions where a prokaryotic
cell can survive without an organic host (since this is the first cell, there are no
organic hosts to feed on). But even so, Hermann tells you that prokaryotic cells
still could not have formed by accident because they are almost as complex as
eukaryotic cells.

Then you hear that the first DNA and first cell membrane could not have formed in
the same prebiotic pool, and thus you are told it was virtually impossible that they
could ever get together.

Hermann then starts talking about new genomes and macroevolution. You then
learn about the improbability of irreducibly complex protein systems forming large
numbers of complex inter-related proteins in the same random mutation event in

You learn about the mathematical absurdities caused by the issue of viable
permutations of nucleotides from random mutations needed to create any
new gene in any new genome. You hear that this is another case of absurd
probabilities caused by permutations.

You then hear about the "morphing of the embryo." A new creature starts out
as one type of cell, but when the "baby" is born it has many different kinds of cells.
This means that some cells, when they divide, must divide into two different kinds
of cells. The timing of these strange divisions has to be with pinpoint accuracy.
You learn that the instructions for this pinpoint accuracy must be built into the
DNA, thus making random mutations even less likely to be advantageous (i.e.
requiring more precise chains of nucleotides). When Hermann started taking
about the morphing "timing"issues and base-2 trees, you started thinking that
Hermann might even be smart.

Then Hermann starts to talk about the evolutionists (this is the anti-
evolution part, heard from a creationist viewpoint).

He tells you that the first argument the evolutionists use is that "we exist,"thus our
existence is proof of evolution. Hermann then likens this logic to the theory that
all of Shakespeare's plays were written by six monkeys locked in the basement
of a building. He states: is it logical that because Shakespeare's plays "exist," that
the monkey theory is true?

You then hear how "punctuated equilibrium" is really a super irreducibly
complex protein system, and how absurd it is to claim that it was not necessary
for irreducibly complex protein systems to have mutated all at once, but at the
same time to believe in punctuated equilibrium. You hear why the phylogenetic
tree is really a cover-up for the gaps in transitional species. You also learn about
the massive assumptions evolutionists make with regards to carbon dating bones.
You also hear the totally unproven assumptions and very shallow logic evolutionists
make with respect to mitochondrial DNA and nuclear DNA. And so on.

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.

Dream on, this is the real world we are talking about.

It is quite probable, that from the time a person starts first grade, to the time
they get a PhD or M.D., they never once hear both sides of any issue from the
people on both sides of a fence. And even if they do, theyhave been so
brainwashed by one side, or they are so interested in the benefits of one side,
they simply pay no attention to the "other side."

As incredible as this sounds, it is difficult to get people to grasp the concept of
hearing both sides of an issue from both sides of the fence. All your life you have
been taught that it is not necessary. Society always has all of the answers, and
anyone who does not agree with society is a crackpot, quack, moron, rebel,
incorrigible, mentally unstable, or whatever.

Applying The Concepts of the Fence to Cancer

Now lets talk about the fence that separates orthodox medicine from alternative
medicine (it is more like a steel-reinforced brick wall with machine gun towers
on it, and the machine gun towers are all owned by the orthodox side).

When your doctor went through medical school, he or she was taught all the
good things about chemotherapy, radiation treatments and all the other orthodox
medical treatments for cancer. If your doctor was told anything about alternative
treatments for cancer, it was the very biased bad things. Sound familiar? Has your
doctor ever spent one hour listening to an expert on alternative treatments for
cancer? It is very doubtful, though he or she has probably heard a few experiences
from their patients.

Similarly, you are second level brainwashed, meaning you have been taught
by your brainwashed doctor (who doesn't know anything truthful about alternative
treatments for cancer), all of the good things about chemotherapy. You no doubt
have heard many times how wonderful medical schools are and how they are
based on a solid scientific foundation. You have been taught that the AMA
(American Medical Association) is carefully watching out for your health. Not
only are all of these things false, but there are about one hundred books that have
been written to expose the falsity of these assumptions.

With all of the brainwashing from the media, your schools and your doctors, after
all of this, suppose you pick up a copy of the book "World Without Cancer - The
Story of Vitamin B17" by G. Edward Griffin. You decide to read this book with an
open mind. IMPOSSIBLE! There is no possible way you can read this book with
an open mind. If you read it at all you will read it to find the errors in it, and what
is wrong with G. Edward Griffin.

Do you understand? Every day of your life, for all the years of your life, you
have been brainwashed and have heard only two of the four elements of the debate.
There is no possible way you can undo that brainwashing in 2 hours. You can't read
that book with an open mind. It is impossible for you to ignore many years of solid,
daily brainwashing.

Everything you have seen on television, everything you have read in books,
everything you have been taught in school, every magazine article you have read
in your life, have all told you the same story line - orthodox medicine is far superior
to alternative medicine.

So what can you do if you want to know the truth? You can't, but you can start.
You have to have a clear understanding, and a clear admission to yourself, that
you have only heard two of the four truth categories, and that now it is time to study
the other two categories. You must want to hear the other two categories. Then,
and only then, can you make the attempt to read it with an open mind.

Copyright (c) 2003, 2010 R. Webster Kehr, all rights reserved

 God Bless Everyone & God Bless The United States of America.

Larry Nelson
42 S. Sherwood Dr.
Belton, Tx. 76513

Have a great day...unless you have made other plans.

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