Lord Bearclaw

Belief does not equal reality.



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Lord BearclawThat doesn't make anyone "religious".

I can talk about or refer to any religion in the world but that doesn’t make me a follower of that religion.

I didn’t bring religion into anything. I have been accused recently of being a “Bible-thumper” in a post that also made nonsensical demands for “citations” for knowledge in the common public sphere.

I explained why I have been labeled as “religious” above.

You will never see me start with anyone about religion unless they open that can of worms themselves. Recently this has included posters saying or claiming that they are “praying” for God to turn them or give them wings, and most closely identifying that with the God of Christianity. By doing so they are “playing” by a very specific set of rules, dogma, or theology. And those “rules” state quite clearly that Man was made in the image of God, not that of beasts, and that he was given dominion over the beasts of the field, the fish of the sea, and the birds of the air. man is likewise not an angel or demon.

Fantasies abound on this site of posters claiming to be “half-angel” or “half-demon”. Ok. By Genesis they are therefore claiming to be Nephilim, abominations, tainted half-breeds that God condemned and one of the reasons for the Flood (which we know didn’t happen). Humans are not angelic. If there was a entity on earth descended from angels, then that person would be beneath and subject to Man, as God made us to eventually occupy a higher seat than the angels – you could compare them to being the butlers in a stately mansion after the Lord and Lady had an heir to the family fortune.

If people are going to try to use religion in a ridiculous attempt to shore up their claims of being a supernatural being, then they have no right to become incensed when someone else uses that selfsame religion to prove their claims as nothing but fantasy. 1 day ago


Lord BearclawWell, I have been asked point-blank

if I believe in God, and my answer is yes, that I believe in God and Jesus Christ.

But this question is usually asked as a prelude to the whole “You can’t prove God doesn’t exist” fallacy, intended as a logic trap to nullify the truth that magic isn’t real.

They don’t understand that the two concepts aren’t even remotely similar and differ in major ways.

Now, I do not bring any religion into the logic of debate until someone else makes a claim based in religion, such as the “I am a half-angel/demon” delusion. Then I use the very religion they are basing their claim in and on to rip their delusion to shreds. 2 days ago


Lord BearclawThat's a false comparison.

Science is at the most advanced that it has ever been in history. As time goes by Science will only become more sophisticated as it builds on the knowledge of the past.

And as for your “request”, sorry no can do. That would be to abandon this goal completely to liars and deceivers. 3 days ago


Lord BearclawI have never said I was better.

We have conclusive proof that those two cryptids are not real at all. It’s called population minimal viability and biological necessity of life.

Man is alone unique in the fact that we do not adapt in any major sense to fit our environment – we alter our environment to fit us. 3 days ago


Lord BearclawExactly my point.

This is why they call it “Higher Education”.

You simply cannot compare Nursing knowledge to high school knowledge in the sense that one cannot be questioned if the other cannot.

It has nothing to do with perspective, or idiosyncratic sayings. It has everything to do with the realities of proven, verified Biology, Anatomy, Physiology, and Genetics.

These fantasies are not possible. Man cannot grow wings, fur, feathers, gills, claws, talons, beaks, etc. etc. etc. ad nauseum ad infinitum.

Maybe, maybe, in a million years we might adapt to a changing environment in such a manner, but it will not happen now. It will not happen in your lifetime. There is no such thing as “magic”. 3 days ago


Lord BearclawI am here because of altruistic morals.

It is one thing to whimsically think that magic could be real at a young age, but to retain that belief into adulthood or to promote an actual belief that it can cause real world changes to more impressionable minds is wrong.

I am here to state the truth, regardless of whatever fantasies are being spouted against me. If certain humans didn’t take a stand against lies, deceptions, and falsehoods, we would have never stepped out of the Dark Ages and went on to the Renaissance, which produced the schools of thought that led us into the modern world.

You haven’t used “magic” – what you have done is to use the principle of autonomic biofeedback without realizing it to alleviate your headache. It isn’t “magic”, it is biological. The principle was proven long ago with biorhythmic techniques designed to allow a person to lower their heartrate, blood pressure, respiration rate, even temperature.

Science cannot prove OR disprove the existence of God, since He is a concept of a nonterrestrial being that deliberately conceals His existence to engender Faith. Magic, on the other hand, is a concept of a nebulous energy source, controllable by certain “gifted” humans that can cause objective changes or alterations in Reality. As such, those claimed “alterations” can be objectively studied, and to a one every single claim of “magic” has been shown time and again to be completely false. 3 days ago


Lord BearclawWhen a person does not evidence understanding, then we can only conclude that they don't actually understand.

Or when they come to erroneous and completely false conclusions.

I understood what you said quite well – but there are thousands upon thousands of children who come through school and even get into college who don’t understand what they’ve been taught or how to put two and two together using critical thinking.

Nursing classes are quite different – if you cannot use critical thinking you simply don’t make it through.

If you believe in, or subscribe to these fantasies in any way, or think that there is some way they might be possible, then no – you don’t understand why anatomy and physiology show conclusively that these things are nothing but fantasies. 3 days ago


Lord BearclawWhat you have experienced isn't magic. It's called rationalization.

Absolutely zero objective results have ever been obtained by any form of wishing (and that’s all that a spell or even a prayer is).

Humans rationalize completely subjective and coincidental results into believing that their efforts have achieved results, when in truth such events would have occurred in the natural order of things anyway.

Prayer is different from a spell conceptually – a prayer is a belief in an intelligent Higher Power and the subsequent petition to that Power to directly intervene, while a spell is an attempt to directly control a mythological energy source or to cause it to bring about real world effects.

Neither attempt can produce real alterations to Reality or objective results.

And yes, btw, I know many self-proclaimed “witches” as well as Wiccans. Not one of them has ever done anything that doesn’t fall completely under the scope of coincidence and rationalization. Most delude themselves for a few years that they can use “magic”, but eventually they realize it’s just a fantasy as even they cannot maintain the necessary suspension of disbelief indefinitely. 3 days ago


Lord BearclawObviously you don't understand how it works at all.

Otherwise it would be as clear as the nose on your face that this fantasy cannot ever come true at all, in any way.

I have posited the few ways that the human race could possibly, but not probably, evolve to have wings over the course of millions of years. I have never said or inferred that such was even remotely possible now.

There is no possible way for the human body to suddenly, spontaneously, grow wings, fur, claws, feathers, gills, scales, horns, nothing. 4 days ago


Lord BearclawThis isn't "closed-mindedness" - it's called using my brain for something other than a hatrack.

I have fully explained these concepts as to how and why they are impossible. Try going back through my Activity and pay attention.

For instance, your respiratory system moves oxygen across the membranes of the alveoli in your lungs, into your bloodstream, where the O2 molecules are picked up and bonded to the hemoglobin in your blood. You cannot draw water into your lungs and “siphon” the O2, because that would necessitate a physical mechanism to separate the hydrogen from the oxygen molecules before it could be absorbed across the alveoli. Filling them with water blocks air from entering them, which causes you to drown, i.e. suffocation.

There are certain truths of biology which conclusively prevent any other possibility from occurring. It is possible to breathe helium, for instance, as the helium molecule also passes through the alveolar membrane into the bloodstream, but doing so limits the amount of oxygen to the brain, causing disorientation, sluggishness, lethargy, confusion, and finally death.

The human anatomy is puzzle-pieced inside of you with virtually no free room. Every organ performs a specific function, or set of functions, in a very specific way. To suggest that the anatomy and function of the body can be changed in any way without affecting all the other systems is sheer ludicrousness. To even begin to imagine that a human could fly using wings first requires the alteration of many parts of the body and the adaptation of the biological systems. Every system alteration directly affects all the others.

This isn’t just a set of data in a book – you have to understand how they all interconnect to realize that changing even one system to allow wings is like throwing a cinderblock in a quiet pond – the ripples go everywhere. Increased blood volume, greater heart function. Increased oxygen requirement, larger heart. More cellular waste, more lactic acid, larger blood vessels and larger kidneys/bladder. Larger lung area to acquire the needed oxygen. Greater muscle mass to power the wings = greater oxygenation needed. Forward flight = smaller leg mass, no arms, and a keelbone to provide forward stability.

You first would require the genetic shared DNA inheritance from birds. Genetic specialization is like two kids walking down a hallway and choosing different doors. Each door they open from that point leads into rooms with exponentially increasing doors to continue on. They eventually end up far, far, different than they started off as, but neither of them can recreate the path taken by the other one. There is no bird DNA in our ancestry. None. Our so-called “junk DNA” cannot combine into bird features unless we were to be influenced by our environment over millions of years to follow a similar evolutionary path as the birds. It simply cannot happen in the space of a single lifetime.

You are human, you were born human, and you will die human. 4 days ago


Lord BearclawThe way the human body does and doesn't work is a matter of public knowledge.

It’s everywhere you would want to look for it. I have NO reason to lie – anyone spending FIVE minutes on the Internet can easily look up enough information to corroborate what I say half a hundred times. Here’s an easy one for you – took me five seconds to find this one: http://www.kidsbiology.com/human_biology/index.php

Anyone who has went through high school biology should KNOW most of this already, assuming they pay attention to real knowledge.

I blocked her because she is deliberately trying to cast doubt on the truth, discredit real scientific knowledge, and deceive all of you in regards to these fantasies.

I have NO reason to lie, once again. If you don’t believe what I say, then by all means LOOK IT UP. I have given you all the tools you need. There is Mosby’s, there is the Mayo Clinic site, there are a plethora of medical websites and biology sites out there that will corroborate every single thing I have said.

I don’t have the info on any specific site, because I didn’t need to go there to know this. I learned actual truth over a lifetime of study, in school, on my own, in Nursing School, and on the job. Most of my textbook pages are ten years out of date, but the information in them is still the same.

Humans are primates, descended from mammals. We share NO lineage or DNA inheritance with any bird. We would stand a far greater chance of becoming an ape, if such was actually possible. 4 days ago


Lord BearclawYes I did.

All of the information I present is in the public sphere.

This means it can be looked up by anyone from half a hundred sources. Furthermore I directed her to Mosby’s Medical Dictionary and Med/Surg manual.

Furthermore, the same information can be looked up in any college level Human biology book.

When information is in the public sphere, and I tell you where to find it, I don’t NEED to give chapter and page. Mainly because those books are reissued EVERY year and may not have the same chapter or page structure.

If someone makes a claim that goes counter to known and verified data, then the Burden of Proof falls squarely on them, and yes, they are required by science to provide corroborating data, citations of research, documentation, etc. to support their claim or end up being dismissed out of hand. 4 days ago


Lord BearclawYes I do. It is completely fake.

Wicca is an invented religion, as I stated. The actual ancient religions died out, because no one practiced them anymore, aside from lip-service devotion.

Everything Wicca has was made up by Murray, Gardner, and Buckland, among others. It has no actual history.

Yes magic has to be scientifically proven if someone is going to claim it’s real. A claim of “magic” has to provide objective results or effects, consistent and repeatable, like any other energy.

Wicca:

Wicca (English pronunciation: /ˈwɪkə/) is a modern pagan, witchcraft religion. It was developed in England during the first half of the 20th century and it was introduced to the public in 1954 by Gerald Gardner, a retired British civil servant. It draws upon a diverse set of ancient pagan and 20th century hermetic motifs for its theological structure and ritual practice.

Wicca is a diverse religion with no central authority or figure defining it. It is divided into various lineages and denominations, referred to as “traditions”, each with its own organisational structure and level of centralisation. Due to its decentralized nature, there is some disagreement over what actually constitutes Wicca. Some traditions, collectively referred to as British Traditional Wicca, strictly follow the initiatory lineage of Gardner and consider the term “Wicca” to apply only to such lineaged traditions, while other eclectic traditions do not.

Wicca is typically duotheistic, worshipping a god and goddess traditionally viewed as a mother goddess and horned god. These two deities are often viewed as facets of a greater pantheistic godhead. However, beliefs range from “hard” polytheism to even monotheism. Wiccan celebration follows approximately eight seasonally based festivals known as Sabbats. An unattributed statement known as the Wiccan Rede is the traditional basis of Wiccan morality. Wicca involves the ritual practice of magic.

Here’s the rest of the page: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wicca

and yes, Wikipedia is reliable. This information can be easily corroborated elsewhere. 4 days ago


Lord BearclawThen show some results.

Show any result that could not have occurred any other way except through “magic”.

Spells do not work. Magick, regardless of spelling, is not real.

No amount of mumbo jumbo, wand-waving, rhyme making, circle casting, incense burning, candle lighting, athame wielding, hocus pocus can so much as alter one single thing in objective reality.

Don’t believe me? Want to prove me wrong? Ok. Set a analog and a digital clock on a table with a yellow #2 pencil. Set both clocks to the exact same second. Now turn on a video recording device and synchronize it with the clocks, setting it to display the timestamp in the video. Mark the pencil with a knife in a unique manner that cannot be easily duplicated.

Now, use your “magic” to change the pencil from yellow to green. Make it bend double. Transmute it into a green bird made from a pencil. Give it two feet and make it hop. On video, without removing any of the items from the table, and no pauses, lookaways, or anything blocking the pencil and clocks from sight for even a second. 4 days ago


Lord BearclawYou have no possible way to support such a conclusion.

These “goals”, and entries on them, stay visible for a very long time. It is not inconceivable that given the parroting of older ideas that such dangerous instructions could still be repeated on here 5, 10, 20 years down the road.

Also, these goals are publicly accessible – there may be a certain number of people that have posted to the goal, 3,156 to be exact, but the potential amount of people that can see these posts present and future are an unknowable number.

If any of them should decide to try one of these foolish “spells”, the odds are quite high that no one on these goals would ever know, because generally when a person accidentally kills themselves they don’t post about it the next day. 4 days ago


Lord BearclawIncorrect statements about me made recently.

Non-belief implies the possibility that a certain concept or theory could be possible. For instance, if I am in a room with no windows I might not believe it is raining, but I might be wrong because rain is a possible occurrence.

In the case of someone telling me that Superman just flew down Main Street at noon while heading to a party hosted by Popeye and attended by Bilbo Baggins, Hopalong Cassidy, and Fred Flintstone, it isn’t a matter of non-belief. It is a matter of pure knowledge.

Those characters are not, nor were they ever real, so the positing of such an occurrence is a complete impossibility.

I do not “Bible-thump”. IF, however, someone wants to use
Biblical terminology and creatures in a fantasy of theirs, then I will use the actual Biblical data to show that their fantasy is completely wrong.

Usually, in the real world, when someone promotes such a fantasy as truth, mature individuals consider that lying.

It is not “close-mindedness” when a person knows the truth and doesn’t allow others to promote fantasies, lies, and delusions as truth when all they are is deceptions and falsehoods.

There has also been a ridiculous idea lately that every single thing a person says should have a “citation”. Not true. When something I say is in the public sphere of knowledge and is easily looked up there is NO reason to cite chapter and page for it. Any idiot can look up and verify the information from a hundred different sources.

But when someone states an opinion, or makes a claim that goes against what is known to be true, then citations of research are in order. This goes back to Burden of Proof – responsibility of Proof lies not with the mainline, verified, easily researched norm – it does lie with the deviant from the norm whose conclusions run counter to verified truth.

Recent attempts to try and “discredit” me because I don’t make “citations” for common knowledge, long since proven true, are inane and ridiculous in the extreme. 4 days ago


Lord BearclawThink.

If “magic” was real, and could do such a thing as to completely alter 50 trillion+ cells in your body to allow for such physical changes, don’t you think we would be seeing much easier applications of it everywhere? For instance, it only takes three things to produce flame: oxygen, heat, and fuel.

You have two of those things in ready abundance: oxygen and fuel. It only takes heat to get fire going. For anyone claiming to be able to make a “spell” to alter your DNA, it should follow that it would be child’s play to cause molecular agitation in a few hundred cells strong enough to generate heat which, combined with the other components, will cause fire.

If “magic(k)” was real people would be creating random effects everywhere, everyday. 4 days ago


Lord Bearclaw"Magic(k)" - spells, rituals, incantations, pacts, invocations, etc. etc. etc. ad nauseum ad infinitum......

Spells do not work. Magick, regardless of spelling, is not real.

No amount of mumbo jumbo, wand-waving, rhyme making, circle casting, incense burning, candle lighting, athame wielding, hocus pocus can so much as alter one single thing in objective reality.

Don’t believe me? Want to prove me wrong? Ok. Set a analog and a digital clock on a table with a yellow #2 pencil. Set both clocks to the exact same second. Now turn on a video recording device and synchronize it with the clocks, setting it to display the timestamp in the video. Mark the pencil with a knife in a unique manner that cannot be easily duplicated.

Now, use your “magic” to change the pencil from yellow to green. Make it bend double. Transmute it into a green bird made from a pencil. Give it two feet and make it hop. On video, without removing any of the items from the table, and no pauses, lookaways, or anything blocking the pencil and clocks from sight for even a second.

Go ahead. Let’s see it. Should be easy for anyone that thinks they can turn into a mythological undead creature or somehow alter their entire physiology to live off of blood. 5 days ago


Lord BearclawThe only reason not to talk to me is if you don't want to learn anything.

What most don’t understand is that I’m not arguing with anyone. I am correcting erroneous or false information with the truth. There is a great difference.

Someone could claim that a rock is a fruit, for example, and give all kinds of fantasies to “support” their statement, but when the truth is presented it isn’t even an argument. Only one side is valid at all.

It is also assumed that I am here to “win” something. I get no Prizes for this, I assure you, except for that when someone learns real truth or starts to learn critical thinking, we all win. 5 days ago


Lord BearclawRecent incorrect statements about me.

Non-belief implies the possibility that a certain concept or theory could be possible. For instance, if I am in a room with no windows I might not believe it is raining, but I might be wrong because rain is a possible occurrence.

In the case of someone telling me that Superman just flew down Main Street at noon while heading to a party hosted by Popeye and attended by Bilbo Baggins, Hopalong Cassidy, and Fred Flintstone, it isn’t a matter of non-belief. It is a matter of pure knowledge.

Those characters are not, nor were they ever real, so the positing of such an occurrence is a complete impossibility.

I do not “Bible-thump”. IF, however, someone wants to use
Biblical terminology and creatures in a fantasy of theirs, then I will use the actual Biblical data to show that their fantasy is completely wrong.

Usually, in the real world, when someone promotes such a fantasy as truth, mature individuals consider that lying.

It is not “close-mindedness” when a person knows the truth and doesn’t allow others to promote fantasies, lies, and delusions as truth when all they are is deceptions and falsehoods.

There has also been a ridiculous idea lately that every single thing a person says should have a “citation”. Not true. When something I say is in the public sphere of knowledge and is easily looked up there is NO reason to cite chapter and page for it. Any idiot can look up and verify the information from a hundred different sources.

But when someone states an opinion, or makes a claim that goes against what is known to be true, then citations of research are in order. This goes back to Burden of Proof – responsibility of Proof lies not with the mainline, verified, easily researched norm – it does lie with the deviant from the norm whose conclusions run counter to verified truth.

Recent attempts to try and “discredit” me because I don’t make “citations” for common knowledge, long since proven true, are inane and ridiculous in the extreme. 5 days ago


Lord BearclawYou can't "try" it.

There are over 50 + trillion cells in the human body. To even scan 1 cell’s DNA would take you over two years. You would have to be able to scan and rewrite thousands of cells every second, with no breaks, sleep periods, or time to do anything else, even eat for your entire lifetime to cause such genetic change.

Next, your body would fight the altered cells, viewing them as an invasive force, just like the way the body can reject transplanted organs.

This simply isn’t possible, on any level or by any stretch of the imagination. The so called “scientist” putting forth these “theories” is a quack. 1 week ago


Lord BearclawI'm sick of willful stupidity.

Number one: I don’t “bash” people – unless they “bash” me first, and even then I have a lot of patience. I “bash” delusional fantasies.
People react as though I am bashing them because they identify too deeply with these fantasies and take any attack on them as being personal.

Number two: I engage in many activities. First I work 40 hours a week. I kayak, I hunt, I fish, I hike, I draw, I do leatherwork and cold smithing, I play in various games, and I fight in armored combat.

Number three: You seem to think that cosplay is just for girls, or that it is an activity to somehow be denigrated. My costuming isn’t costumes. Except in the case of the Jedi robes, but participation in The Rebel Legion is one of charitable events. I don’t “dress up”. My armor is quite real. My weapons are quite real.

Number four: You will note that it isn’t me who makes posts about other people (although many do make posts about me) instead I make posts which attack the fantasies which are averred to be true when evidence and facts exist which disprove the fantasy to begin with. 1 week ago


Lord BearclawWho me?

Belief doesn’t make anything a fact unless you have the evidence and fact to support it.

I’ve never heard of the person, and certainly it sounds as though they are playing on the beliefs of others to make money if I read this aright. 1 week ago


Lord BearclawOf course you are.

I think everyone would like to see a picture of this. You don’t have to show your face, or your address, just an over-the-shoulder in the mirror pic of these feathers where they are exiting your skin, with the name anabella1719 written on the mirror in dry erase marker.

Oh, what’s that you say? No camera? Your laptop cam is broken too? None of your friends have cameras either? And you say your cellphone is so obsolete it doesn’t have a camera as well?

Imagine that. 1 week ago


Lord Bearclawrecent claims of gene alteration through "wishing and hoping" - that's not Science, that's quackery.

All this is is the “Law of Attraction” under a new name. And the “Law” of Attraction is nothing of the sort.

The LOA is a con game, a trickery, a flim-flam designed to sell “self-help” books purporting to “teach” people how to be successful using the LOA – and it’s a foolproof con game, because according to the LOA, if you don’t succeed, it’s your fault because you didn’t want it enough.

Of course, the flip of the LOA is that if wishing and hoping can bring you success (without working for it the way you have to do in real life), then failing to wish and hope will bring failure and “negative energies”.

So it is the fault of the soldier if he gets hit by bullets. It was the fault of all the people in the Twin Towers that they died. It is the fault of the parents that their child is born with autism. It is the fault of the bicyclist that he gets hit by a drunk driver – because all these people weren’t thinking “happy” enough thoughts. They weren’t in the “groove”.

It’s all a load of absolute rubbish.

You can wish and hope and meditate all you want in one hand to “alter your genes and your DNA”, and you can take a dump in your other hand and see which one fills up faster. 1 week ago


Lord BearclawTechnically.

If you look at the chart you will see how far back you have to go to have that common link.

But just because all life on earth started from the same bunches of cells doesn’t mean we can share DNA. We don’t.

One branch mutated over millions of years to produce birds. Another branch mutated to produce primates. They never had an ancestor that shared the DNA of both specializations. Neither can we retroactively generate such DNA on our own. It would take millions of years of specialization for man to develop the differentiation for wings. 1 week ago


Lord BearclawAnd the relevant humanity poster.

http://www.science-store.com/ga4-prehistoric/ga410-he.htm 1 week ago


Lord BearclawHere is the relevant bird poster.

http://www.science-store.com/ga4-prehistoric/ga410-fd.htm 1 week ago


Lord BearclawSure, if you want to go back to the primordial soup.

Everything on earth shares a “common” ancestor.

The difference is when specialization, or differentiation occurs.

Look carefully at the picture if you can or look it up here : http://www.science-store.com/ga4-prehistoric/milestones_of-evolution_poster.htm

Between the point where mammals developed and the point where humans specialized is millions of years. Notice too that birds and mammals developed from different sources along the way. Meaning we share no ancestor. 1 week ago


Lord BearclawYes I blocked Alexandryne.

Because this person started by insulting not only me but the entire Nursing profession. I really should provide links to this site to the other Nurses I know. Perhaps having twenty or me “LBCs” making posts on here will make a bigger difference. Some of them are not half as patient or tolerable of outright stupidity as I am.

There is NO reason to “cite sources” for every single thing I say. I am a Nurse, with medical training and ten years Nursing experience. What I say can be easily corroborated by the sphere of public knowledge. Using that knowledge, common sense, and critical thinking allows one to reach the exact same conclusions I did, and understanding the human body proves those conclusions.

Alexandryne, if she/he is as old as they say, and as involved in higher education as they say, should already KNOW the data that proves me right. Instead they are attempting to cast doubts and aspersions on not only me but on the entire Nursing profession by default. To this I ask why? Why would they willingly attempt character assassination on a medical professional in an effort to deceive others (especially younger children) and to instill in them a distrust and disbelief of educated adults?

That is a heinous crime. I continue to stand by what I have said. Nursing knowledge is in the public domain. Anyone can look it up from a thousand different sources. Asking me to continually cite references to back up what I know is true is like asking a history teacher to back up the reality of George Washington or Abraham Lincoln. It’s as ridiculous as Ken Ham’s assertion that we “can’t possibly know what happened 65 million years ago because we weren’t there” which completely ignores natural science, astrophysics, carbon-14 dating among other methods to prove age, etc. et al.

If you wish to assert that Science is wrong, you had better have the documented evidence and proof to back your claims up. Science does NOT need to, nor is it required to prove itself to every arrogant, deceitful teenager out there. That teenager has a moral duty to find out the truth themselves, and not to accuse educated adults of pandering false information. Once again, everything I say can be easily checked by a thousand sources. I don’t have the time to cater to someone else’s delusional or deceitful “requirements” to prove what I say.

Man CANNOT grow wings. PERIOD. Anyone who tells you otherwise or suggests that scientific fact is wrong is LYING. The real question is WHY are they lying. They obviously want to spread misinformation and deceive others by making them doubt and distrust confirmed fact by making up their own theories and then asking Science to prove them wrong.

That’s not the way Science works, and any Biology major should know that already. If you have a theory, it must fit the facts – you cannot fit the facts to suit your theory. If your theory does not fit the facts, it must be discarded. To do otherwise is to deceive yourself and is just bad scientific practice that can only lead to false information.

There is no such thing as “magic”. Nowhere. Anyone who chooses to maintain this lie can pony up whatever “proof” or “evidence” they think can prove their point. If they cannot prove that Science is wrong, then they need to sit down and shut up. Spreading lies and falsehoods deliberately is not doing anyone any favors, and attempting to discredit those who DO understand Science is morally wrong.

The Burden of Proof lies with the deviation from the norm. Science has proven its principles and facts day in and day out, consistently. Burden of Proof lies with, and is the responsibility of, anyone claiming Scientific fact is wrong. Want to say that humans can grow wings? Fine. Show The Proof. If not, then you are supporting a false theory and have no verifiable data to back yourself up. 1 week ago


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