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The demented cult of make-believe “scientism” — not to be confused with actual observational and experimental science — has insanely twisted many fields of study beyond the recognition of the sane mind. The five most extreme examples apply to the fields of psychology, cosmology, climatology, virology and, today’s subject, paleontology. Get a load of this madness, from the article (wise-cracks added in parenthetical red):
“’It took evolution a long time to make T. rex,’ said Stephen Brusatte, a paleontologist at the University of Edinburgh and author of a recent book on dinosaurs. (Cha Ching!)
Most of the early tyrannosaurs were small, some as small as a chicken (palm to face, sighing, shaking head). Many were dog-size to deer-size. These earlier tyrannosaurs were not the top predators for most of those 100 million years.'” (numbers pulled out of his ass)
With absolute certainty and in total unison, the High Priests of the Magic Church of Paleontology chant that the creatures they have dubbed “dinosaurs” died out “66 million years ago.“(Satanist alert! Satanist alert!) Google: “sixty six million years ago” and see. That’s interesting because the High Priests of the Magic Church of Cosmology also preach that Earth is moving through space at “66,000 miles per hour”(Satanist alert! Satanist alert!) and that the Earth’s Axis is tilted at 23.4 degrees (90 degrees – 23.4 = 66.6(Satanist alert! Satanist alert!))
Something to think about, and to go along with the mythical “6 million Jews” of Holohoax fame; and the magical “6 feet of social distancing needed to avoid becoming a victim of the imaginary Stupid-19 scamdemic.
The Slimes article about the “Tyrannosaurus Rex” exhibit at New York’s famed Temple, er, “Museum” of Natural History repeats the dubious dogma of Dinosaurism which we were all brought up on:
“Tyrannosaurus Rex is still the biggest, baddest land predator of all time. It was the size of a city bus. … Scientists are just as smitten as the rest of us.
After T. rex was first described in 1905, the world’s most charismatic megafossil could have turned out to be a mere curiosity. There was no guarantee more would be found, nor could anyone anticipate how interesting its history would turn out to be. But for more than 100 years, T. rex has been an extraordinary gift to the study of dinosaurs, and perhaps to science in general.”
Now this might come as a surprise to some of “youse guys,” and may even smack of “Crazy Town” talk. But the fact of the matter is that the “scientists” who have wasted their lives “studying” these fairy tales do not know what the creatures linked to certain fossils looked like, nor how long ago they “disappeared.” The museum exhibits are artistic renderings based on incomplete remains and lots of creative computer-model-assisted conjecture. In many cases, the actual incomplete remnants of creatures unknown, or mis-classified, are kept in “temples” which only the well-kept High Priests of Fake Academia can access.
This is not to suggest that some very large species did not exist and die out many centuries ago. What we do not know however is what they looked like, when they disappeared, and why. And even some of the more honest (though still insane) paleontologists will concede this fact. Dinosaur “expert” and “science writer” Brian Switek:
“Once you put up a dinosaur skeleton it’s very, very difficult to take it back down again. There are actually some very wrong dinosaurs that are still up in a lot of institutions. If you go the American Museum of Natural History in New York City you’ll see dinosaurs that have broken tails and broken backs, they’re still dragging their tails, they’re still looking as they did in the early 20th century just because it’s impossible to remove them from the plaster and the armatures that they were put on.
One of the greatest things about science is that it’s always changing, based on new evidence. But it’s hard for us to let go of our emotional ties to what we once knew to be true.” (emphasis added)
As for the motives behind Fake Paleontology, well, it appears to trace back to the usual suspects and for the usual reasons; namely, the acquisition of money and the promotion of atheism — a “twofer.” Modern Dinosaurism — a very lucrative industry dominated by “Jewish intellectuals” — and its associated multi-billion year old Earthism are always closely linked to atheistic Evolution ™. You see, if at one time “dinosaurs ruled the Earth” ™ while the unrecognizable ancestors of us humans were still swimming in the ocean or crawling through slime pits; then mankind — said to be the unintended product of blind random forces — ain’t so special after all. It is such a pathetic and hopeless world-view for humanity; but a demonic dogma that is very good for the godless modern day monsters who lord over us and seek to reshape us all in their own perverse image, instead of God’s.
But good old “follow the science” Fauci was wringing his hands and hedging his bets in the media and during congressional testimony. Most notably, he got into a heated exchange with Senator Rand Paul, who is also a doctor.
Paul noted the devastating effects of school closures, especially on disadvantaged children. It is only in the next decade that we will understand the impact of all the missed support services on these children. However, we do know many are not logging in for digital learning. Failure rates have also gone up where children only engage in distance learning.
This debate raged on through the summer, when President Trump said reopening schools was a priority. It became gobsmackingly stupid when mayors and governors began to convert public space to daycare centers where children could engage in distance learning. Yet, they would not reopen schools. State leaders who chose to, such as Georgia Governor Brian Kemp and Ron DeSantis in Florida, were widely criticized.
They were also widely covered for a bumpy first week. Then nothing bad happened. So, you really don’t hear about them anymore, likely because these states would blow up the preferred narrative. Your children can’t go to school because Donald Trump is president, basically. A health official in Los Angeles even said the quiet part out loud.
Because Dr. Fauci and other Health Experts™ would not realistically frame the virus’s risk for children, teachers’ unions used the pandemic as cover for their destructive political agenda. In many urban districts, they refused to return unless political demands were met. We also saw just how far left these organizations were when they joined radical protests with the Democratic Socialists of America and other groups. Their list of demands was a cornucopia of dangerous policies, such as defunding the police. Now, one of these radicals will likely lead the Department of Education. Fabulous.
But now that the Very Bad Orange Man is presumed to be leaving office, Dr. Fauci can report what this author and many other outlets have been reporting for months:
“Look at the data, the spread from children and among children is not very big at all, not like one would have suspected.”
Actually, it was what anyone who was paying attention should have expected. By the time the virus ripped through Italy, it was apparent that the elderly and those with preexisting conditions were at the greatest risk. Dr. Birx was communicating that in the earliest briefings. Once the Iceland genetic and German studies came out, it should have been confirmed. As we watched other nations’ experiences, especially those that never closed schools, we could have made reasonable assumptions and moved forward.
But we didn’t. And our children will be paying for years to come in some of the more ridiculous areas of the country. New York City and Kentucky just closed schools again. Los Angeles has never opened them. One has to wonder what excuse they will use now—or if one is no longer necessary because they believe they won an election.