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The Ultimate Science Folly

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Their idols are silver and gold, the work of men’s hands… They that make them are like unto them; so is everyone that trusteth in them.   –Psalm 115: 4,8

Some people are spending way too much time with computers.

An MIT physics professor–are we sure that means he should know better?–says it’s “more likely than not” that reality isn’t real, we’re all just living in a simulation, “We are in a video game,” yatta-yatta, all that science fiction movie jazz (https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-6909289/MIT-professor-believes-likely-not-living-computer-simulation.html).

Even if he’s just showing off, and doesn’t really mean it, it’s not nice to say such things to college classrooms full of ignorant defenseless stoners.

The earth is the Lord’s, and the fulness thereof; the world, and they that dwell therein.  –Psalm 24:1

This is the next logical step, after all that “transgender” twaddle, in the rejection of God, the revolt against reality. We don’t just deny things, like there being only two sexes, that are real. We’re going to deny all of reality. There ain’t any.

Worship a block of stone, turn into a block of stone.

This prof isn’t the only one who’s saying this. A lot of folks took those “Matrix” movies rather too seriously: the ultimate conspiracy theory, I guess.

We were the last thing God put into His Creation.

And those who have rejected salvation in Jesus Christ will be the first thing He takes out of it.

 


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