President Obama and others have repeatedly called me and millions of other Americans “flat-earthers” and “science deniers.”
Science is more than just theory. It is the evaluation of evidence. To deny evidence is not science.
The global warming or climate change movement is not about science. It is based on unproven theories, and is about control.
The Washington Post published an article Sept. 23 about global warming and Antarctic sea ice hitting a 35-year record high.
Let’s take a look as some evidence.
Excerpt: “The increasing ice is especially perplexing since the water beneath the ice has warmed, not cooled.”
Comment: Could it be God?
Excerpt: “The polar vortex that swirls around the South Pole is not just stronger … it has more convergence, meaning it shoves the sea ice together to cause ridging.” “But no one seems to have a conclusive answer as to why winds are behaving this way.”
Comment: Could it be God?
Excerpt: “Some point to stratospheric ozone depletion, but a new study published in the Journal of Climate notes that computer models simulate declining – not increasing.”
Comment: When all theories have been proved wrong, what will be left? Could it be God?
Excerpt: “Ultimately, it’s apparent the relationship between ozone depletion, climate warming from greenhouse gases, natural variability, and how Antarctic ice responds is all very complicated.”
When evidence contradicts scientific theory, it is time to consider other theories. When a scientific theory is proved wrong, scientists tend immediately to jump to other conclusions to explain why. A few years ago, similar findings were explained with “It must be El Niño” or “plankton.” The Bible says God created the heavens and the earth. Stephen Hawking says the universe was created through a big bang and is constantly expanding. OK – a big bang of what? And what is it expanding into?
My theory is that God created the universe, and He created it with order, and nature is filled with checks and balances to keep it in order. It is indeed very complicated. I also believe that God created man, and that man is every bit as important as a spotted owl in Oregon.
I’m interested in, and all for, “science,” but only when all the evidence is considered. It’s not about God vs. science. For me, science is man asking, “How did He do that?” and the answers always amaze.
I cannot prove that God exists, but the evidence shows that, in spite of our growing knowledge and dire predictions, Earth remains in order. That God made things so complicated that man is incapable of understanding, doesn’t mean that it is not so.