Is Atheism a water religion?

Scientists detects possible traces of water on a planet and then hours later we can read in the news “Life on that planet is possible!“.


But is a possible trace of water on a planet really a good sign for a life sustaining environment on a distant planet?

Let’s consider some of the requirements for a habitable planet:
– abundance of water (not just traces)
– a atmosphere rich of oxygen and nitrogen
– absence or low amount of toxic gases (like ammonia)
– a stable orbit
– a well balanced gravitational force in order to keep the atmosphere
– a evenly rotation of the planet which keeps day and night cycles in balance
– the presence of different elements in the right ratio for nutrition of the organisms

Despite of that, life does not evolve out of dead matter. Evolution and atheism are a religion based on materialism. Denying facts and acting with arrogance is correlated with emotional immaturity. These people promote a idea which embeds already a failure. Their world view is of the lowest quality you can still find today in people minds. Well, you may find traces of intelligence, but this doesn’t mean that they are intelligent. Whenever they find a small trace of a possible source of water on a planet, even if the water is bound in form of rust in iron-hydroxy, they cry out that they have found the prove that on that planet life could be possible. That is a religion, not science.

See also:
Why is Modern Art so Bad?

CNN effect

Foolish is the man who never reads a newspaper;
even more foolish is the man who believes what he reads just because it is in the newspaper.
(August von Schlözer, German historian and journalist of the late 18th century)

The CNN effect is a theory in political science and media studies that postulates that the development of the popular 24-hour international television news channel known as Cable News Network, or CNN, had a major impact on the conduct of states’ foreign policy in the late Cold War period and that CNN and its subsequent industry competitors have had a similar impact in the post Cold War era. While the free press has, in its role as the “Fourth Estate,” always had an influence on policy-making in representative democracies, proponents of the CNN effect argue that the extent, depth, and speed of the new global media have created a new species of effects qualitatively different from those that preceded them historically. The term’s coinage reflects the pioneering role played by the network CNN in the field, whose “saturation coverage” of events like the Tiananmen Square protests of 1989, the fall of Communism in eastern Europe, the first Gulf War, and the Battle of Mogadishu was viewed as being strongly influential in bringing images and issues to the immediate forefront of American political consciousness and beyond. Despite these origins, the term as used generally refers to a broad range of real time modern media, and is not exclusive to CNN or even 24-hour news cycle broadcast cable news.


In his research paper Clarifying the CNN Effect: An examination of Media Effects According to Type of Military Intervention, George Washington University professor Steven Livingston identifies three distinct aspects that fall under the broad term of the CNN effect. The media may function alternately or simultaneously as

(1) a policy agenda-setting agent
(2) an impediment to the achievement of desired policy goals
(3) an accelerant to policy decision-making

By focusing instantaneous and ongoing media coverage on a particular conflict, international incident, or diplomatic initiative, the news cycle effectively demands political attention, as governing politicians attempt to demonstrate that they are “on top of” current issues. The effect has been, according to Margaret Belknap, that “[t]he advent of real time news coverage has led to immediate public awareness and scrutiny of strategic decisions and military operations as they unfold”. Deeper penetration and wider broadcast of statements and actions by public figures may increase transparency, but it can also complicate sensitive diplomatic relationships between states or force an official reaction from governments that would otherwise prefer to minimize political risk by remaining noncommittal. The information revolution and spread of global mass media through the Internet and international 24-hour news thus accelerates the policy-making process, requiring a faster tempo of decision and action to forestall the appearance of a leadership vacuum.

The one thing it does, is to drive policymakers to have a policy position. I would have to articulate it very quickly. You are in real-time mode. You don’t have time to reflect.
(Former Secretary of State James Baker)

Time for reaction is compressed. Analysis and intelligence gathering is out.
(Margaret Tutwiler)

See also:
Manufacturing Consent: The Political Economy of the Mass Media
Spin (public relations)
Planetary Consciousness
Crowd manipulation
Propaganda War – Manipulating the Collective Consciousness
How to Benefit From the Newspaper

Dmitri Ivanovich Mendeleev

Dmitri Ivanovich Mendeleev was a Russian chemist and inventor. He formulated the Periodic Law, created his own version of the periodic table of elements, and used it to correct the properties of some already discovered elements and also to predict the properties of eight elements yet to be discovered.


In 1863 there were 56 known elements with a new element being discovered at a rate of approximately one per year. Other scientists had previously identified periodicity of elements. John Newlands described a Law of Octaves, noting their periodicity according to relative atomic weight in 1864, publishing it in 1865. His proposal identified the potential for new elements such as germanium. The concept was criticized and his innovation was not recognized by the Society of Chemists until 1887. Another person to propose a periodic table was Lothar Meyer, who published a paper in 1864 describing 28 elements classified by their valence, but with no prediction of new elements.

After becoming a teacher, Mendeleev wrote the definitive textbook of his time: Principles of Chemistry (two volumes, 1868–1870). As he attempted to classify the elements according to their chemical properties, he noticed patterns that led him to postulate his periodic table; he claimed to have envisioned the complete arrangement of the elements in a dream:

I saw in a dream a table where all elements fell into place as required. Awakening, I immediately wrote it down on a piece of paper, only in one place did a correction later seem necessary.

See also:
Elements in Homeopathy and the Human Imperfection
Classification of homeopathic therapists according to the element theory
Fibonacci, Homeopathy and the Periodic Table of Chemical Elements
Hydrastis and elements
The Secret Life of Plants

Programming of Life

Part 1

Part 2

See also:
Small hopping insect equipped with a set of living gears
The Beauty of Nature and the Universe
Evolution – Fact or Fiction?
Your Cells—Living Libraries!
The Zipf Mystery
We have just scratched the surface of what we know about the DNA!
Propaganda War – Manipulating the Collective Consciousness

The geoengineering world is populated by very overconfident, overwhelmingly male figures

Naomi Klein on geoengineering:

In general the geoengineering world is populated by very overconfident, overwhelmingly male figures who don’t make me feel at all reassured that they have learned the lessons of large-scale technological failure. When I went to this one conference that was hosted by the Royal Society in England, the Fukushima disaster had just started, and in fact a photographer I was working with—a videographer—had just come back from Fukushima and was completely shell-shocked. And I was surprised it didn’t come up the whole time we were meeting, because it seemed relevant to me. Yeah, we humans screw up. BP had been two years earlier. I have been profoundly shaped as a journalist by covering the BP disaster, the derivatives failure, seeing what’s happened in Fukushima. I’m sorry, but I think the smartest guys in the room screw up a lot. And the kind of hubris that I’ve seen expressed from the ‘geo-clique,’ as they’ve been called, makes me not want to scale up the risks that we’re taking.


It seems easier, more realistic, to dim the sun than to put up solar panels on every home in the United States …

Source: Dystopian Fiction’s Popularity Is a Warning Sign for the Future

See also:
Planetary Consciousness
Fluoride Does Not Reduce Tooth Decay
Can Humans Trigger Earthquakes?
Inside job
Recommended books – Part 1

Why is Modern Art so Bad?

For two millennia, great artists set the standard for beauty. Now those standards are gone. Modern art is a competition between the ugly and the twisted; the most shocking wins. What happened? How did the beautiful come to be reviled and bad taste come to be celebrated? Renowned artist Robert Florczak explains the history and the mystery behind this change and how it can be stopped and even reversed.

See also:
Disciplined Minds
The Fibonacci Sequence is the mathematical first cousin of the Golden Ratio
Eternal Life
The Beauty of Nature and the Universe


Sonoluminescence can occur when a sound wave of sufficient intensity induces a gaseous cavity within a liquid to collapse quickly. This cavity may take the form of a pre-existing bubble, or may be generated through a process known as cavitation. Sonoluminescence in the laboratory can be made to be stable, so that a single bubble will expand and collapse over and over again in a periodic fashion, emitting a burst of light each time it collapses. For this to occur, a standing acoustic wave is set up within a liquid, and the bubble will sit at a pressure anti-node of the standing wave. The frequencies of resonance depend on the shape and size of the container in which the bubble is contained.

See also:
Sound of Sun
Consciousness is order and the source of energy
Quantum Nonlocality
Underwater Pyramids 5000 Years Older than Egypt
Local Space – Nonlocal Time