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It is time for the spiritually faithful to openly support the acceptance of this new science, which is called quantum physics theory. It replaces Newtonian physics theory, which is based on concepts developed in the 17th century when scientists separated themselves from the Church of Rome to avoid being burned at the stake when their discoveries were at variance with the teachings of the church.

The Newtonian physics the-ory describes most day-to-day physical phenomena well, but does not support concepts of intuitive, spiritual or other "nonphysical" phenomena, such as electricity and field theories.

Quantum physics theory sees the universe as an infinite, interactive field of energy patterns (quantum holograms) in which the true intentions of humankind influence the application of infinite sources of energy in our physical world.

I have personally experienced and observed the moving of physical objects, the changing of chemical compositions and the healing of sickness by means of true intentions, alone. I foresee a near future in which each of us "who does not doubt in his heart" quietly and without ostentation, helps to keep turning the wheels of industry, transportation and electric generation, as required. How many Christians truly believe in the teachings of Jesus?

Robert Radford, Time Colonist 35 Comments [2/19/2012 4:24:17 AM]
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Submitted By: Night Jaguar
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Reynardine

It's rather sweet, really, but it's not quantum physics.

2/19/2012 4:50:45 AM

cdcdrr

Would you say it's an energy field that surrounds us and penetrates us and binds the galaxy together? That's not quantum physics, that's called The Force.

Now, if you're done with your Ghostbuster worship, the real scientists need to get back to some scientific research.

2/19/2012 4:59:41 AM

quinky

electricity is an intuitive and spiritual phenomena? Wow, I must be an incredibly intuitive and spiritual person to be able to keep this computer running.

2/19/2012 5:12:40 AM

Shai Hulud

"Newtonian physics ... does not support concepts ... such as electricity and field theories."

I thought you could still apply f=ma to a particle moving through an electric field.

2/19/2012 5:22:30 AM

Robespierre

Finally! It's about time fundies stop failing 19th century science and start failing 20th century science.

2/19/2012 6:15:02 AM

farpadokly

Separation of the Church of England from Rome: 1534. Newton's birth: 1642.
I don't think you've understood your quantum physics. (I don't blame you, I haven't either.)
But it's not really like the Force in Star Wars.
And it has not got anything to do with Jesus.

2/19/2012 7:10:55 AM

Night Jaguar

"Newtonian physics theory, which is based on concepts developed in the 17th century when scientists separated themselves from the Church of Rome to avoid being burned at the stake"

History fail.

"concepts of intuitive, spiritual or other "nonphysical" phenomena, such as electricity and field theories"

Physics fail.

"Quantum physics theory sees the universe as an infinite, interactive field of energy patterns (quantum holograms) in which the true intentions of humankind influence the application of infinite sources of energy in our physical world."

Physics fail squared.

" I foresee a near future in which each of us "who does not doubt in his heart" quietly and without ostentation, helps to keep turning the wheels of industry, transportation and electric generation, as required"

Engineering fail, which is an even bigger fail when you read this:

"Robert Radford is a retired electrical engineer"

How many electric devices have you built that run on faith alone, Rob?

2/19/2012 7:10:58 AM

Brendan Rizzo

Rejecting science is fundie. Misunderstanding it is not. Meh.

2/19/2012 7:36:19 AM

tranz2deep

Wasn't Quantum Mechanics the thorn in Einstein's side? (he found it got in the way of Unified Theory which he, by his own logic, felt was required to show proof of God. Me, I figure that God's omnipotence includes multi-tasking)

2/19/2012 7:42:16 AM

Frank

"but does not support concepts of intuitive, spiritual or other "nonphysical" phenomena, such as electricity and field theories."

Put you fingers in a plug socket. You'll soon find out how "nonphysical" electricity is.

2/19/2012 7:52:59 AM

COVIZAPIBETEFOKY

@tranz2deep you probably knew this already, and your comment is probably sarcasm, but just to be sure: Einstein didn't actually believe in a God.

2/19/2012 7:54:56 AM

Horsefeathers

"It replaces Newtonian physics theory,"

Uh, no. It doesn't.

"The Newtonian physics the-ory describes most day-to-day physical phenomena well, but does not support concepts of intuitive, spiritual or other "nonphysical" phenomena, such as electricity and field theories."

Almost nothing in quantum physics could be seen as supporting anything "intuitive." No science of any kind supports anything "spiritual."

"I have personally experienced and observed the moving of physical objects, the changing of chemical compositions and the healing of sickness by means of true intentions, alone."

Yeah. Sure. Of course you have.

"I foresee a near future in which each of us "who does not doubt in his heart" quietly and without ostentation, helps to keep turning the wheels of industry, transportation and electric generation, as required."

You're strange. I'm looking forward to seeing more of your quotes here. I'm sure they'll be equally entertaining.

"How many Christians truly believe in the teachings of Jesus?"

My guess is very, very few. Mostly because almost nobody knows what they were and the ones who do tend to ignore what he said, particularly when he said things like "sell all of your shit and give the money to the poor."

2/19/2012 8:05:52 AM

Thinking Allowed


2/19/2012 8:15:39 AM



Buh

What

2/19/2012 8:33:27 AM

C_V


jeebus taught quantum physics?

you obviously skipped class too much.


2/19/2012 8:35:46 AM



Go back to highschool. Quantum physics doesn't work that way.

2/19/2012 9:18:44 AM

Doubting Thomas

It is time for the spiritually faithful to openly support the acceptance of this new science, which is called quantum physics theory. It replaces Newtonian physics theory, which is based on concepts developed in the 17th century

Does that mean you'll accept evolutionary theory which isn't the same as Darwanism, or do we have to wait another couple hundred years or so?

I have personally experienced and observed the moving of physical objects, the changing of chemical compositions and the healing of sickness by means of true intentions, alone.

Cool story, bro. Pics or it didn't happen.

2/19/2012 9:47:15 AM

Bollox

For a minute there I thought this was Deepak fuckin' Chopra.

2/19/2012 9:59:49 AM

Agahnim

...What?

2/19/2012 10:59:24 AM

Old Viking

Quantum physics is leading the way to harder walnuts and softer marshmallows.

2/19/2012 11:16:53 AM

Fawful has seen God has a vagina on top of his penis

Saying quantum physics replaces Newtonian physics is like saying you need a fork to eat your soup because it replaces the spoon.

2/19/2012 12:30:20 PM

checkmate

an infinite, interactive field of energy patterns (quantum holograms) in which the true intentions of humankind influence the application of infinite sources of energy in our physical world.

But only if you have a weasel in your pants.

I have personally experienced and observed the moving of physical objects, the changing of chemical compositions and the healing of sickness by means of true intentions, alone.

Keeping your weasel fed?

He's actually on to something here. I truly believe that deep down the overwhelming majority of Christians have severe doubts about many aspects of the Bible, even the die hard fundamentalists. But they want to believe nonetheless, somewhat as if Christianity were some kind of club one doesn't want to leave.

2/19/2012 12:51:01 PM

NoriMori

You've been watching What the Bleep Do We Know?!, haven't you? The title of that movie is ironically appropriate — it makes you wonder what the bleep the creators know. And apparently it also makes you wonder what the bleep the viewers know.

2/19/2012 1:08:32 PM

TheJebusFire

Bobby thinks he's a scientist,isn't that cute?

2/19/2012 1:46:58 PM

Professor M

Quantum physics theory sees the universe as an infinite, interactive field of energy patterns (quantum holograms) in which the true intentions of humankind influence the application of infinite sources of energy in our physical world.

There is no term for "intention" in the Schrödinger equation.

I really don't get the whole "quantum mechanics means it's all about human consciousness" schtick. If anything, quantum mechanics should suggest the opposite -- that the ways the universe works are, on a fine scale, utterly alien and indifferent to human ways of imagining. Given how tiny a part of the universe we take up, this shouldn't be a surprise -- but some people just haven't gotten it yet.

2/19/2012 9:04:10 PM
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