|The Illogic of Atheism||by: Miles Mathis|
Most people arriving here will assume I am a Christian or at least a theist. I am not. I am also not an agnostic.
- To be an agnostic is to be a doubter. But to doubt you must have a certain amount of information.
- A computer with insufficient data is not agnostic, for instance. A computer does not doubt, it reserves judgment. It refuses to give a conclusion when a conclusion is not in the numbers.
Now, humans are not computers. I am not a materialist and not reductive, so I would never make that argument. I am only making a loose analogy here.
- I do not even call myself a skeptic, since the word has been polluted by modern use.
- A modern skeptic is like an agnostic, and he or she is likely to lean to a “no” answer every time. Are there gods? Probably not. Are there unicorns? Probably not. Is there a Bigfoot? Probably not. And so on.
- I resist this “skeptic” tag because leaning toward a “no” answer is a prejudice itself. It is unscientific.
- Beyond that, the so-called skeptic societies are stiff with atheists and agnostics and cynics and other faux-scientists, and I prefer to remain as far away from all that as possible.
|The Case for Reality and against the mainstream media||by: Miles Mathis|
That's Donald Hoffman, a professor of cognitive science at University of California, Irvine, we are told. He is featured this week in an article at The Atlantic.
The title is, “The Case against Reality”. Hoffman and the editors at The Atlantic want to convince you the reality you believe in doesn't really exist. OK. So I guess that means Hoffman may or may not be a professor of cognitive science. He may just be a CIA agent posing as a professor of cognitive science, a sim, or some photo they pulled out of the files. And we can say the same of The Atlantic. It may not even be a magazine anymore. Maybe it is just a CIA front, a computer hack, or a vicious hologram.
|The Hidden King(s)||Camelot ruled from the cave of Merlin||by: Miles Mathis|
In this paper I will tell you what really happened that day [November 22, 1963], and what has really happened since 1944.
- The JFK mystery is just one part of a much larger mystery, a mystery I will unravel for you in the second half of this paper.
- The JFK assassination is the key that unlocks more than a half-century of closed doors, allowing us to see behind the greatest curtain of all.
- Up to now, we have had two possible theories. Either Kennedy was killed by Oswald or he was killed by someone else.
- I will show that the facts, taken alone, point to neither of these two conclusions.