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Nancy asks…

How can Christians stop godless scientists making discoveries that contradict the bible?

If scientists discover something that contradicts the bible, it’s simply not true, right? So they need to be stopped discovering things that contradict the bible. How best can this be achieved?

New Niche Finder answers:

Last time I checked science is still answering and attempting to answer questions the Bible answered thousands of years ago. Enjoy your delusion.

Daniel asks…

Why does everyone think science is true?

Through out the century’s man has had there own scientific knowledge that has led them to create and discover things. Man has been certain at what they think they know is true and they had all the evidence to back them self up with for example the astronomers who believed the Earth was the centre of the universe, they were certain and yet just 100 years later we all laugh at them throwing away what they believed. What is there that supports us to make any scientific claim? We could just be out smarted in 100 years and all our theory’s laughed at.

So people, what are your opinions?

New Niche Finder answers:

Not everyone does…

Charles asks…

Why could ghosts be important to a later society?

I want to know why ghosts could be something that, in the future, could be a tool to discovering things. I want specific information please. Thanks.

New Niche Finder answers:

Well, understanding ghosts could lead to several *possible* advances. The most obvious is one of many answers to the question of “Where do we go after we die?”, that’s a possibility. If someone could consistently speak to ghosts, and it were accepted as scientific evidence (unlikely as that is), historians around the world would orgasm at the sudden influx of first-hand accounts that would clarify their own historical data.

That’s just off the top of my head, mind you.

Steven asks…

How can the word hallucination be defined if science doesn’t know what it is?

Science, psychiatrists and neurologists can’t explain the processes that may cause hallucinations. They can’t physically test you to prove your hallucinating. On the other hand science, psychiatrists and neurologists know that the nature of consciousness is not understood and one of the purposes of science is to discover things not yet known. To define a hallucination as seeing something that is not there is therefore inaccurate, science doesn’t know if what people see in apparent hallucinations isn’t there and can’t prove by examining your body that you are hallucinating.
It’s easty to say that testing for hallucinations is quite simple (Bruce) and then not give an answer. As a qualified nurse I worked with demented elderly patients and did a psychiatric secondment as a student. There is no test to proove someone is hallucinating and no text book explanation as to the physiological nature of hallucinations. I did read around various psychiatric conditions during my training and had tutorials and never came accross any explanation other than the vague it’s something to do with brain chemistry, but no objective, unbiased, medical, scientific tests exist to proove a person is hallucinating when they see something that others are not seeing.

New Niche Finder answers:

The definition of a hallucination, “seeing something that is not there” is absolutely correct. What is not known is the cause.

You also said, “the nature of consciousness is not understood”. That’s correct, but it can be defined.

Mandy asks…

What is so appealing about the Christian version of Heaven that would make anyone want to stay there?

Especially for an eternity. Why wouldn’t someone with an unending life want to be free to travel the entire universe and traverse time, seeing things that they thought famous and discovering things that they never knew existed, doing things that they’ve never done? Why would anyone want to spend all of eternity praising someone instead of simply spending eternity enjoying all there is to discover?

New Niche Finder answers:

Why do you think you would be prohibited from doing anything that’s possible in the afterlife?

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