Thursday, September 9, 2010

Profiles in Courage - Andy Schlafly

Andy Schlafly, son of the great Phyllis Schlafly, has long stood for promoting conservative values. He's combated the evil Wikipedia and their liberal biases to create Conservapedia, an intellectual project designed to expose the truth that evolution is a lie, McCarthy was a hero, and that the Bible explains everything. Lets take a look at this hero right now.

Lately, good ole Andy has taken on another throbbing example of liberal bias being forced down our quivering throats....the "theory" of relativity. After all, its just a "theory", and that don't mean much. As the great Conservapedia explains...
The theory of relativity is a mathematical system that allows no exceptions. It is heavily promoted by liberals who like its encouragement of relativism and its tendency to mislead people in how they view the world. Here is a list of 30 counterexamples: any one of them shows that the theory is incorrect.
I see...relativity = relativism = moral decay promoted by liberals. Its all so clear to me now. And some of these 30 counterexamples, any one of which would totally disprove Einstein, are just plain smart, as you will read directly after the period following the last word in this sentence.
1. The Pioneer anomaly: This is supported by the good work of creation scientist Dr. D. Russell Humphreys, who proves his scientific chops with the following statement..."The only non-standard assumption I used was that the matter of the cosmos is limited in extent, with a fair amount of empty space beyond the matter—an assumption supported by the Bible. With those relatively modest beginnings, I was able to explain the Pioneer anomaly — it’s due to a change in the ‘fabric’ of space."

9. The action-at-a-distance by Jesus, described in John 4:46-54.

27. It is impossible to perform an experiment to determine whether Einstein's theory of relativity is correct, or the older Lorentz aether theory is correct. Believing one over the other is a matter of faith. The Conservapedia article on "faith" states that "Faith is a confidence or trust in the achievement of God's will, even though unseen and unexpected by non-believers." Since scientists are becoming more and more unGodly, I can totally see how they depend on faith to believe in the "theory" of relativity.

28. In Genesis 1:6-8, we are told that one of God's first creations was a firmament in the heavens. This likely refers to the creation of the luminiferous aether.
Their references are equally as compelling...
# See, e.g., historian Paul Johnson's book about the 20th century, and the article written by liberal law professor Laurence Tribe as allegedly assisted by Barack Obama. Virtually no one who is taught and believes Relativity continues to read the Bible, a book that outsells New York Times bestsellers by a hundred-fold.
Andy and the fine folks at Conservapedia are doing a great service to those of us on the right. They are showing how us conservatives can also have great scientific chops and that our ideas are above reproach, free from ridicule, and just plain smart!!!


Marvene Letard said...

And they rely heavily on that news organization well-known for its unbiased approach - Fox News.

SagaciousHillbilly said...

This is the cyber equivalent to that monument of truth: the creation museum in Kentucky.

Reggie N. said...

Ooh, me and my lady were just talking about taking a trip down to the Creation Museum. Have you been there Sagacious? Its not too far from here, which is why we were looking at going there. We'll go there or to Cedar Point, either way I think we'll have fun.

That guy who runs it, Ken Hamm, is just plain smart. I did a post on the museum, did you find out about it here at the CLF or from another news source?? If you haven't read it, my penetrating expose on the lying liberal scientists and my illumination of the totally honest creation scientists like Ken Hamm, here is the link:


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