The Joy Of Ignorance: When No Evidence Is The Evidence

As any reasonable person can tell you, the only possible answer to the gaps in our scientific understanding of the universe is God. Just acknowledging that there are gaps in what we know about the universe is proof, beyond all doubt, that God exists and created the universe between six thousand and 13.8 billion years ago. I rely on the flawlessness of this type of reasoning to provide me with infallible answers to every question I’m confronted with that I can’t explain and do not understand. Mastering the problem solving skills involved with this type of thinking has enabled me to solve many enigmas for which I’d otherwise have no answers.

Strange Object I Saw Last Night

Strange Object I Saw Last Night

Here’s a superb example of what I mean by this. Last night I saw a large glowing object moving slowly through the sky. I can honestly say, I’ve never seen anything quite like it in my entire life. I thought about what it could be for, I don’t know, maybe six or seven minutes, but could not come up with a reasonable answer to my own query. Once I realized I simply did not know what the object was, I concluded it HAD to be an alien spacecraft from a far distant world.  My dedication to this type of thinking has helped to prove, undeniably, that we are not alone in the universe. Imagine the type of world we would have if everyone had the same dedication.

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10 thoughts on “The Joy Of Ignorance: When No Evidence Is The Evidence

  1. I will be doing this from now moving forward

  2. Today someone told me that all I needed to know was “Genesis 1:1 In the beginning God created the heavens and the Earth” which means “all other planets or worlds beyond our scientific knowledge”.

    He continued to say that money should not be “wasted” on scientific research of other planets, solar systems & the such because it didn’t matter what was found. It is all created by god and he has a plan…. If he wants you to see what is out there he will bring it to you…..

    • Isn’t that beautiful? I’ve one friend who gets pissy with me because I do not see evidence for God and another who gets even pissier when I tell him I see no evidence that aliens are zipping around the planet or that they built the pyramids. Same thinking, just factor in “X” for the subject about which I’m an idiot for not believing in. Carl Sagan said it best: “Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence to be believed.” And I like to add, “Which it is the responsibility of the person making the claim to provide.” Nothing gets me more pissed off than when I’m looked at like a fool by someone making a wild claim which I simply do not see any reason to believe. Confirmation bias combined with arguing to ignorance is a deadly combination.

    • I love your quick wit!

    • Like a rapier, it is. And I likes ta use it! Thanks for reading and commenting. It’s appreciated.

  3. No, no, no, foolish man! You have witnessed the Great A’turin swimming through the sky. You are blessed.

  4. Conclusions without proof – you nailed it. Excellent stuff.

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