Thursday, January 11, 2007

doomsday thoughts

As if we didn't have enough to be terrified about, Pamela at the Atlas Shrugs blog has posted a PSA for a group called the Lifeboat Foundation. Here's the post: Atlas Shrugs: Doomsday Thoughts

The cause: we need to take a stance against the "religion of science" ideology, and they are right to fear this.

It would be easy to laugh this off as some sort of crackpot lunatic fringe movement, but I can tell you from my own experiences and reading that this problem is not being exaggerated. The doomsday scenario is not unrealistic in the least, though somewhat improbable.

Compared to the non-existant threat of global warming, the 'religion of science' ideology is something to be truly concerned about.

File this one away for later reference. I encourage you to do your own research on this subject...

Science threw ethics out the window some time ago, and now it's all about fame, money and power. Michael Chrichton, in his various books, has been warning us about this for many decades. The result: as helpful as science has been to us, it is about to turn a very dark and menacing corner that will effect us in negative ways that most of us cannot even comprehend.

Be very afraid. I know I am.

<>< TM

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