by Liam Scheff
When religion claims to be based on historical miracle, it invites the critics to scrutinize, just as ‘science’ does when it wants to inject small people with monkey testicle proteins and aluminum (whoops! they call this a ‘vaccine,’ named after the cow (‘vacca’) pus that they used to stab into people’s arms and bodies).
Most broadly-accepted ‘scientific truths’ of today have, at their core, a starting point in a religion, or in an anti-religious movement. Vaccination replaced baptism; HIV replaced Leviticus and a few of the 10 Commandments (which nobody followed); HPV shots replaced a coming-of-age ritual (like First Communion or a Bar/Bat Mitzvah).
Religion and Science are sisters under the skin, and can’t separate their identities from each other.
Science is religion with a little math on the surface. Religion is myth that thinks it’s history.
Liam Scheff is author of “Official Stories,” drilling to the core of the gooey religious center of science.