SETI looks for ET

The Amazing Kreskin” gets hundreds of people out in the desert and tries to get them to believe they are seeing UFOs with ETs aboard.  It succeeds with some. SETI does not learn a lesson from this, and continues to waste money looking for ET. METI even actively tries to message them. They think they are doing science, and that will protect them from the foolishness inherent in the search for ET. It is foolish to look, because all that you can find is entities that want to pretend to be your gods, and enslave you, as they did to mankind in the historical past. God reveals Himself in the Bible. If freedom in Christ is not good enough for those looking for ET, then they are falling for a trick.

Seriously, if the scientific community cannot accept a complex, encoded molecule like DNA as a communication from a higher intelligence, should any radio signal be accepted? It seems that the scientists would be able to debunk any signal as a naturally produced phenomenon. The scientists even think they themselves arose by a natural process of evolution. They have debunked pulsars and fast radio bursts, which were once thought to be from ETs.

How would they be able to not debunk a signal from space, if they can debunk DNA as a natural occurrence? Could they ever agree that they got an intelligent signal? I really don’t think so.


Alien Invasion Week

The Science Channel continues its own Alien Invasion series to get the jump on the History Channel’s Alien Invasion week starting September 30. The writers are expecting that there will be an arrival, or maybe a return, of something similar to what the ancient people experienced as their gods, namely, that which the Bible calls “devils.”

Reformed Geocentrism

John Calvin and Martin Luther were geocentrists. I don’t really see how one could believe the Bible is the inerrant word of God, and still assert that the earth is not at least philosophically central in the universe. But there is no logic police that requires what people do makes sense.

”This paper does not focus in any detail on the arguments for a geocentric universe with the Earth immobile, a view rejected by secular astronomers. Sadly, even though there are approximately seventy verses of Scripture that defend a fixed Earth and a moving Sun, heliocentrism is accepted by most Christian astronomers and creation parachurch organizations. CMI Ministries strongly defends helio-centrism, as demonstrated by Jonathan Sarfati and Robert Carter. Besides the error of asserting science is a source of truth, the typical excuse for ignoring the many Scriptural verses is that geocentrism is only phenomenological language, or possibly poetry. However, one Christian astronomer, Geradus Bouw, defends geocentrism on the basis of Scripture, and a geocentric mathematical model can be constructed which is as equally valid as the heliocentric model.”

Star Jelly on the Moon

“Star Jelly” seems to have been found on the moon. It is not found to be biological when it falls on earth, and that makes sense when it appears on the moon.

“Scientists commissioned by the National Geographic Society have carried out tests on samples found in the United States, but have failed to find any DNA in the material.”

Quotation above from Reid, Melanie (18 September 2009). “Nature 1, Science 0 as finest minds fail to explain star jelly”. Times Online. London. Retrieved 19 September 2009. Alternative theories for the origins of “star jelly”, a strange mucous substance found on the Scottish hills in the autumn abound. Could it be the remnants of a meteor shower, regurgitated frogspawn, fungus – or, less romantically, the gel from disposable nappies? Is it evidence of extraterrestrial life, or perhaps the fallout from top-secret attempts by scientists to manipulate the weather? …”

Planetary Socialist Religion

Concerning the book “Light of the Stars: Alien Worlds and the Fate of the Earth,” the lecture Adam Frank gave on Youtube is promoting the new atheistic religion now rising on earth, which I would call “planetary socialism.”

It has an eschatology of contact with “exocivilizations” (alien ETs) who will instruct us in how to make heaven on earth. He does not claim to be actually contacting aliens, but he says he is using computer simulations to figure out what a study of them might tell us about how to cause some part of humanity to evolve to a higher state of interaction with the planet, and supress those that refuse to improve.

I think some political leaders in the 20th Century tried this using different names.

I recommend these books by the Mises Institute on Socialism.…/Socialism%20An%20Economic%20and%20Socio…

The Bible solves the Fermi paradox

The Bible solves the Fermi paradox, that is, the idea that the universe should be full of superior alien civilizations, since the universe is billions of years older than the earth, and they have had plenty of time to evolve. But we don’t see evidence of any.

There is life in space, consisting of God and the angels. They speak to us in the Bible. There have been only a few thousands of years since the universe was created, and nothing evolved by natural processes. Science cannot give answers about these things, although those who hate the answers given by God will try to use it.

The media today, July 20, 2019, are celebrating a giant leap for mankind hoping to replace God. It is kind of like the Tower of Babel, since man has never since mustered the will to challenge God like that again for fifty years.

Why is this happening? Because the Bible has been rejected as the source of absolute truth. Fallen man wants to replace God, and does not want to have to trust Him to tell them about reality. They want to replace God with human observation of the material world as final reality, commonly thought of as “science.” But it is “science falsely so called.”

1 Timothy 6:20 — O Timothy, keep that which is committed to thy trust, avoiding profane and vain babblings, and oppositions of science falsely so called:

Science must never be used to give final answers about reality, because when it is used for that purpose, it becomes a religion. Science must always be tentative, because there are always more data and better paradigms that can be used.

Space exploration involves rejection of the perspective of the Bible, assuming an arbitrary point in space from which one can see the earth rotating, and the planets going around the sun, lost in the vast universe.

The objective reality is no doubt vastly different from what we experience. We can USE models that work to help us dress and keep the earth, as God tells us to do in the Bible, but we should not mistake them for reality.

This was written for the nation of Israel, but it seems to apply to all of mankind:

Obadiah 1:4 — Though thou exalt thyself as the eagle, and though thou set thy nest among the stars, thence will I bring thee down, saith the Lord.

Psalm 115:16 — The heaven, even the heavens, are the Lord‘s: but the earth hath he given to the children of men.





Laser porting

From daystar dot co dot uk, Dr. Michio Kaku “gave his mind-bending take on the future of space travel in a Q & A session with fans.” I think he is just spoofing them, since there would have to be a receiver already on the distant planet to receive the human consciousness and implant it in a robot. So humans would have had to already been there and placed the necessary technology.
Asked what his vision of the future is, the physicist predicted that our species will be able to transport “digital consciousness” through laser porting by the end of the century. This will enable us to travel to the Moon in one second, he claims, before visiting the most dangerous parts of the universe in as little as four years.

In response to the question, “Any crazy theories or far out notions that your either believe or just find thought provoking?” Professor Kaku responded: “One of my far out ideas is laser porting.”

“By the end of this century, we will have mapped the entire human brain, and will be able to place the coding on a laser beam and then fire it to the stars. “In one second, our digital consciousness will be on the Moon, without booster rockets, weightlessness, or radiation problems. “In four years, we could be at the nearest star. At the endpoint, there is a receiver which downloads our connectome.

(A connectome (/kəˈnɛktoʊm/) is a comprehensive map of neural connections in the brain, and may be thought of as its “wiring diagram”. More broadly, a connectome would include the mapping of all neural connections within an organism’s nervous system.

“Then our digital consciousness is uploaded into a mechanical avatar, which has the powers of a superhuman.

“Hence, we can explore the universe at the speed of light, and roam across dangerous planets and asteroids.”

Prof Kaku added that aliens may even be using this technology already, but we are yet to discover it.

He continued: “Perhaps this already exists. Perhaps aliens thousands of years ago already created a super highway of laser beams, with billions of digitised souls exploring the universe at the speed of light.

“Too bad we are too stupid and primitive to detect such a superhighway, which could be in our backyard.”

Earlier today Daily Star Online revealed how Prof Kaku also said we will come into contact with an alien civilisation by the end of the century.