Memo To ‘Astro-scientists’: God Is Not in Dark Matter or Higgs Boson

posted by Jim Seerfar @ 7:00 AM
January 23, 2014

hand of God to Man-1        Oh, for the days of scientists like Isaac Newton who had too much respect for God to try to get into the roots of His creations, or even to presume they have a right to.  Instead, today’s scientists––most trained without moral, humanistic or Judeo-Christian inclusions––presume they must know everything about everything, regardless of rhyme, reason or the resulting good for mankind.

Some of them now spend untold millions of dollars otherwise desperately needed in a poor economy looking for what they call “dark matter.” Other’s try to crack particles so they can trap the secrets of the Infinite God’s creativity.

Since they call it the ‘God Particle,’ the group of scientists chasing the Higgs Boson assume this discovery enables them to understand the origin of mass.  Or as Clara Moskowitz of Live Science explains in ‘God Particle’: Six Big Consequences of the Higgs Boson Discovery’:

“Confirming the particle is a Higgs would also confirm that the Higgs mechanism for particles to acquire mass is correct. . . . And, it may offer clues to the next mystery down the line, which is why individual particles have the masses that they do.” And how, one must ask, would such knowledge benefit mankind?

Harvard professor Lisa Randall’s explanation just puts more darkness into their cloudy searches:  “That could be part of a much larger theory . . . Knowing what the Higgs boson is, is the first step of knowing a little more about what that theory could be. It’s connected.” So governments and universities now spend millions of dollars for mysteries and theories. For what reasons? To whose benefit?

Next, Moskowitz ‘clarifies’: “So far, the Higgs boson seems to match up with predictions made by the Standard Model, [which] itself isn’t thought to be complete. It doesn’t encompass gravity, for example, and leaves out the dark matter thought to make up 98 percent of all matter in the universe.” Patty McBride, head of the CMS Center adds: “Clear evidence that the new particle is the Standard Model Higgs Boson still would not complete our understanding of the universe.”

Why must “we” understand the universe? “We” didn’t make it.  “We” don’t live in most of it? “We” will never travel through it? “We” don’t even know the oceans of the planet “we” do live on. What are “we” scientists doing to solve such ‘earthy’ problems as Global Warming, polluted air, melting glaciers, etc.?

Some science reporters recognize that such ‘nosiness’ is indeed dangerous at its core:  As Saswato R. Das explains in ‘How the Higgs Boson Might Spell Doom for the Universe’: “Under the simplest assumptions, the measured mass of the Higgs could mean the universe is unstable and destined to fall apart.”

Das explains that some more rational scientists are shaken by the Higgs Boson discovery and could care less PSC1113_DM_100about dark matter. Theorist Joseph Lykken from the Fermilab National Accelerator Laboratory in Illinois tells Das:

“If you use all the physics that we know now and you do what you think is a straightforward calculation, it is bad news.  It may be that the universe we live in is inherently unstable.” Das adds: “It has to do with the so-called vacuum stability in the Standard Model.” So scientists rattling the universe initiate earth’s destruction?

Oh that they had Newton’s respect for God, or better they would know Him through His Son, Jesus.  As online Bible lessons teach:  “Have ye not known? have ye not heard? hath it not been told you from the beginning? have ye not understood from the foundations of the earth?  It is He that sitteth upon the circle of the earth, and the inhabitants thereof are as grasshoppers; that stretcheth out the heavens as a curtain, and spreadeth them out as a tent to dwell in: (Isaiah 40: 21-22).”

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