State Science: Can It Be Trusted?

Thursday, September 29, 2011
By Paul Martin

The Day Science Died

by Jeff Berwick and Derek Donohue
LewRockwell.com

Last week (in the blog post, Einstein, the Electric Universe and Expatriation) I made mention that after a day of Googling and YouTubing I had come across the concept of the Electric Universe. In that post, I mentioned that I failed Physics in Grade 10… no big surprise, though. I never went to child prison. I realized what it was at an early age.

However, as a generally curious person who likes to think about how the world and the universe works, I never caught on to a lot of the cosmology of today. As I mentioned before, it didn’t seem to make a lot of sense to me. That was why, when I found the video on the electric universe, and it made a lot more sense than what I knew about cosmology, I quickly picked up to it.

The exact same process basically happened to me with economics. I remember thinking that most of what I heard from so-called authorities like central banks and governments didn’t make much sense. So, I ignored it. Until, one day, I came across Austrian economics and in a very short period of time, everything made perfect sense.

So, it came as a very big surprise to me that of all the articles I have written, the article about the Electric Universe had the most direct feedback of any of them. My email box was nearly full. There were a variety of emails including some who wanted to point out that Robin Hood was actually a libertarian/anarchist figure who “stole” the money back from the government of the time (the King) to give to the people. I admitted that that may very well have been the original point of Robin Hood, but Hollywood has unfortunately turned it into a socialist indoctrination system.

The Rest…HERE

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