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[Reply to an article on invisibility being possible in the near future]

Maybe this is a way to scientifically ligitimize demonic activity in the physical realm.

For example:

You feel something tapping your shoulder, but you can't see it. Science will tell you it's an old friend who's invisible. When actually it's straight from the pits of hell.

bethemoon, Fulfilled Prophecy Forums 67 Comments [8/1/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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anon

Um, I don't think science would ever tell you that.

8/2/2006 1:49:10 AM

Napoleon the Clown

Uh... You do know what method would be used to grant invisibility, right? If you felt a tap and nothing was there science would say you hallucinated.

8/2/2006 2:02:50 AM

Star Cluster

I can see where your online name came from, bethemoon, because you're all ass.

8/2/2006 2:19:15 AM

Amos

You spend most of your time in hell, a fiery pit of pain and torture. In your few moments of freedom you try your best to undercut God's authority. So, what exactly do you do? You tap someone on the shoulder.

That's a brilliant plan, there. It's no wonder the demons lost that angelic war -- they probably used guns made by Nerf, Super Soaker and AirSoft. Will they next try tickle us to death?

8/2/2006 2:40:58 AM

Jacob Syne

Hint: you don't need demons when there are Christians in the world.

8/2/2006 2:52:51 AM

ND

Ha ha ha ha ha ha.

8/2/2006 2:54:14 AM

canaar

I think I saw it holding up two fingers behind your head trying to turn you into a demon as well!

8/2/2006 3:02:41 AM

Papabear

With a name like \"bethemoon,\" it's no wonder you're a looney.


Your explanation falls apart when you start attributing effects to causes that don't exist. That is, hell doesn't exit therefore nothing can come from hell to tap me on the shoulder.

8/2/2006 3:13:35 AM

quantumspirit

Invisibility potions make baby Jesus cry!

8/2/2006 3:58:48 AM

Hadanelith

Why would demons bother tapping you on the shoulder? Don't they have better things to do?

8/2/2006 4:17:18 AM

Crosis

<<< You feel something tapping your shoulder, but you can't see it. Science will tell you it's an old friend who's invisible. >>>

Science will not tell you that (at least, not until we've figured out how to make something invisible, and that's just about impossible). It will tell you that a nerve probably misfired.

8/2/2006 4:23:17 AM

JadedRevenge

where as right now, science say you are disturbed and need help...

8/2/2006 4:48:54 AM

Julian

Sorry, do you mean conscience, or pseudoscience or do you have an insane imaginary friend called 'Science'?

Frankly, we don't want to know.

8/2/2006 5:33:23 AM

NotMe

The method that they are researching to make things invisible is not usable in personal cloaking. It is too large and cumbersome.

8/2/2006 6:45:33 AM

Prager

Actually, if you feel something tapping you on the shoulder, science would tell you it is time to take your pill and have a nice nap.

8/2/2006 8:27:34 AM

kkkron

Your point being? I have many old invisible friends straight from the pits of hell. Therefore, I would have to deduce that Science is correct.

8/2/2006 10:41:12 AM

Wolf O'Donnell (SWHQ)

You what?!?!?!

8/2/2006 12:47:30 PM

David D.G.

Talk about a giant leap away from the point of the article, or even the remotest resemblance to the way invisibility was described as being usable.

Did he even read the article, or did he just get some watered-down version of it third-hand -- or just read the headline and stop before he could be tainted by actual knowledge?

It looks to me as if he simply got the word \"invisibility,\" made a free-association connection to \"demons,\" and substituted \"science\" for \"magic\" -- then started condemning scientists for trying to \"ligitimize [sic] demonic activity in the physical realm.\"

And to think that another fundie poster was saying that people shouldn't use their imaginations. Fundies seem to have the most active imaginations there are; they live in a fantasy world 24/7!


~David D.G.

8/2/2006 1:53:23 PM

TDR

If someone tapped me on the shoulder and there was no one there, I'd know I'd read Harry Potter too many times.

8/2/2006 3:31:33 PM

Mary Sunshine

I personally HATE those friggin shoulder-tapping demons! Cause by the time I can react and turn around, they're gone. Show yourself, I say! SHOW YOURSELF!

8/2/2006 6:53:38 PM

Austin

I had no idea that light projectors combined with retroreflective material on a silver raincoat were demonic. Oh, darn, it must be those shoulder-tapping demons again.

8/2/2006 9:25:19 PM

tracer

Talk about a giant leap away from the point of the article, or even the remotest resemblance to the way invisibility was described as being usable.

This is no different from when a Fundie reads an article about cloning.

The article will say: \"Breeders fertilized a mouse ovum, then forced the mouse ovum to split into several identical ova, similar to the way in which identical twins first form. These ova are then implanted in the womb of a female mouse and incubated normally. After the usual gestation period, the baby mice that are born will be no different from naturally-occurring identical twins.\"

The Fundie will read this as: \"SCIENTISTS MAKE ARMY OF HUMAN CLONES, ALL THE SAME AGE AS THEIR ORIGINAL!\"

8/3/2006 10:43:15 PM

Shep

Ohmigawd - he's onto something. I have just seen a satanic crystal ball in my living room that shows scenes from across the world. Music that comes from a box with no human musicians. Outside i see carts moving without horses.

Demons are everywhere.

8/4/2006 9:21:43 PM

Mister Spak

\" You feel something tapping your shoulder, but you can't see it\"

It's either Harry Potter trying out his christmas present
or a Romulan on a mission into the past to destroy
the Federation before it forms.

And yes it might be a demon.

8/5/2006 1:55:07 AM

Ross

Damn those demons and their insidious tapping of shoulders.

8/5/2006 11:30:38 PM
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