Pathological Science #8 March for Science Environmental Signs
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Pathological Science #8 March for Science Environmental Signs
©2018 Larry Gowdy - Pathological Science #8 March for Science Environmental Signs
Copyright©2017-2018 by Larry Neal Gowdy, September 06, 2017
Updated January 29, 2018
Earth is polluted. All water supplies are contaminated, all commercially-grown foods are contaminated, the air is contaminated, the soil is contaminated, the Earth's fields are contaminated with billions of different man-made electromagnetic fields, and the pollution is getting worse every second of every day.
A fifteen cent meal of rice and beans requires twenty cents of filtered water for boiling. Electronics come with warnings to not stand too close, plus warnings of carcinogens that are known to cause cancer, and to wash one's hands after touching. Man's science has carelessly invented many things, all of which have polluted his world.
Each era has had individuals voicing a plea for people to please stop polluting the planet, but the pollution continues to increase. The hippies of the 60s cried about pollution, until the hippies got older and got conformist jobs. As a species, humans do not care for, nor can think of, anything except the moment's pleasures.
Unlike some hippies who at least made an attempt to live more Earth-friendly, the March for Science protesters are too lazy and ignorant to do anything beyond hold a lightweight sign while demanding that someone else do all the thinking and all the work.
The March for Science behavior is not new; Sciencians have always behaved similarly, but now the Sciencians' ignorance and hypocrisy are written in words on the protesters' own signs.
March for Science sign: I THANK SCIENCE THAT I DO NOT HAVE TO DRINK WATER WITH FEACES
I paraphrased the March for Science sign because the protester's sign was too vulgar and hateful to quote directly.
The sign vividly illustrates the mind of Sciencism. Sciencians cannot cross-light the fact that their water is polluted with lead, heavy metals, arsenic, pharmaceuticals, pesticides, herbicides, gasoline, motor oils, hormones, diseased organic tissue, chlorine, fluorine, plastics, radioactives, and all of the many other toxic pollutants — some estimates are of over 2,000 different toxins — introduced into all public water supplies by the Sciencians' own Science. Sciencians ignore the fact that their own Science is the cause of what the Sciencians blame upon non-believers.
March for Science sign: HEAVY METAL IS FOR MUSIC NOT Water
Okay, but where did the heavy metals come from? Sciencians claim that their Science created everything, including heavy metals. And, so, does that not also mean that the heavy metals in water were placed there by the Sciencians' Science?
Why were the March for Science protesters marching against their own Science? Were the protesters simply unable to think that far?
March for Science sign: I DON’T WANT TO PROTECT THE ENVIRONMENT I WANT TO CREATE A WORLD WHERE THE ENVIRONMENT DOESN'T NEED PROTECTING
I very much agree with the protester's words, but the protester was marching for science, the same science that is the source of all environmental problems. How could the same science that caused the problems of pollution become a solution for the problems? It never happened in the past, and it will not happen in the future.
An environment that does not need protecting is one that the humans themselves live a lifestyle that is in harmony with Nature. Unfortunately, Sciencians do not so much as know what the word harmony means, and humans as a species literally do not care to know. For thousands of years, dozens of ideologies have taught for man to live in harmony with Nature, and yet none of the ideologies made a difference, and at present there is no hope that humanity will ever change.
March for Science sign: THE EARTH IS WHAT WE ALL HAVE IN COMMON. PROTECT IT.
Again I agree with the words, but the protester's intentions were not in agreement with the words. The protester was demanding that government employees somehow protect the planet while the lazy protester does nothing but to create more problems.
Want to protect the planet? Then start by living in a small dwelling, use as few resources as possible, fully eliminate all wireless devices, stop buying so much stuff, stop eating to obesity, and learn how to turn off electrical switches. While downsizing one's own impact on the immediate environment, also begin changing one's behaviors to be in harmony with Nature. But, of course, that will never happen, and the March for Science sign will forever be the symbol of Sciencians' hypocrisy and laziness.
March for Science sign: PLEASE SAVE [a drawing of earth] HER
To whom was the sign intended? Government employees? Corporate CEOs? The public? To whom? The sign, obviously, was not directed towards Sciencians because the Sciencians were polluting the planet with their marches.
The protesters did not care about Earth, the protesters merely wanted to force someone else to give what the protesters demanded.
I agree with the sign's words, to please save Earth, and one step towards saving Earth is by having the March for Science people to stop wasting resources, and for the protesters to begin saving the Earth under their own feet.
Among the many severe fallacies of human societies and ideologies, the one that likely best illustrates the human problem is that the societies and ideologies believe that they can invent laws and customs that supersede Nature's laws. Believe it or not, Nature existed before humans, and Nature's laws still rule over humans. Man cannot invent a law that Nature must obey.
Do you want to save the planet? Do you want the planet's environment to be clean and healthy? Then observe how Nature works, and change one's own behaviors to be in harmony with Nature. It is profusely stupid for people to demand that their governments do what the people themselves refuse to do.
Buying more stuff is not in harmony with Nature. Forming more ideologies is not in harmony with Nature. Harmony is not a thing that can be bought; harmony is a thing that is lived by each individual.
Always leave a place in better condition than when you arrived.
Always care about other people.
Choose social laws that obey and live comfortably within Nature's creative laws (first learn what the word creative implies from Nature's point of view, and do not accept the philosophical, academic, and scientific interpretations of what creativity implies).
Shun ideologies that claim to supersede Nature's laws.
Choose forms of education that focus on Nature's nature.
Choose customs that are in agreement with Nature, and which enable healthy and happy lives. Remove from customs the spirit-killing perversions and other negativities forced upon children by governments and science.
Plant more trees than you consume.
You are responsible for the ground under your own feet.
But, will it happen? Of course not. The human species as a whole does not care, the human species is not intelligent enough to consciously choose a behavior, and the March for Science signs further prove that nothing will change until the day that the humans have finished destroying the planet and themselves.
Prove me wrong, please, prove me wrong: make the Earth under your own feet clean and healthy.
All scientific approaches to the environment omit harmony with Nature, which renders all of science to be pathological science.
Pathological Science Articles
The Mermaid Syndrome gives examples of how people invent and sincerely believe in peculiar claims, Pathological Science #1 touches on a few examples of how some scientists have invented some rather ridiculous theories, Pathological Science #2 Binary touches on the false science of a binary universe, Pathological Science #3 Experts gives examples of frauds who claimed of themselves to be 'expert' scientists, Pathological Science #4 Emotions illustrates how science's lists and descriptions of emotions lend evidence of fake 'expert' scientists as well as science itself being a negative ideology, Pathological Science #5 Fermi Paradox provides a few examples of why the Fermi paradox illustrates the negative nature of science itself, Pathological Science #6 Animal Migration touches on some the underlying fallacies found within all of science's theories of animal migration, Pathological Science #7 March for Science Signs gives several examples of the pathological science written on March for Science signs, Pathological Science #8 March for Science Environmental Signs gives several examples of the pathological science of written on March for Science environmental signs, Pathological Science #9 March for Science Hate Signs gives examples of the hate expressed within the March for Science protests, Pathological Science #10 March for Science Religion Signs gives examples of how Science is interpreted as a religion, Pathological Science #11 March for Science Appeal to Authority Signs gives examples of how popular science is based upon appeals to authority, Pathological Science #12 March for Science Signs Make Stuff Up gives examples of how the March for Science protesters made stuff up, and Pathological Science Updates gives updates and explanations of some of the topics mentioned in the other articles.
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