Apple Generating Trust Ratings for Users

(Natural News) If you value privacy and freedom, it may be time to ditch your iPhone… Thanks to some clever fine print, Apple is now granting itself the right to monitor users’ phone calls and emails. What is the massive left-wing tech company doing with this information? Generating “trust ratings” for Apple product users — a similar endeavor is currently underway in communist China.

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Why Not Make Use Of It For Society?

A comment draws an uncomfortable connection between abortion practices and Nazi Germany. We are what we hated:

“To justify the concentration camp experiments Dr. August Hirt supplied this rational, “These condemned men will at least make themselves useful,” he said. “Wouldn’t it be ridiculous to execute them and send their bodies to the crematory oven without giving them an opportunity to contribute to the progress of society.” (Aziz, Doctor of Death, 3, 305)

“In 1980, Dr. Martti Kekomaki justified conduction experiments involving slicing open the stomachs and cutting off the heads of live late term aborted babies, “An aborted baby is just garbage and that’s where it ends up,” he declared, “Why not make use of it for society?” (National Examiner, 8-19-80 pp. 20-21.)


The Scientific Method Needs Christianity

Science and the scientific method arose in one and only one place: Western Civilization (Western Europe, to be precise). Why is this the case?   . . .

“The surprising answer is Judeo/Christian theology.

“In most ancient societies, nature was viewed as capricious and erratic, as were the gods themselves . . .

“Science and the scientific method could arise only if the universe and world were orderly, predictable, and inherently rational.”

~Rick Stedman, 31 Surprising Reasons to Believe in God, pp. 134-35


Christian Belief in “Intelligibility” Undergirds Modern Science

Stephen Meyer:

One of those key ideas was the idea of intelligibility: that nature is intelligible. There’s an order and design that can be understood and discerned by the scientist because nature is the product of a rational mind, namely the mind of God, and that that same mind or creator who made nature with that rational order built into it made us and our reason, so that we could perceive and understand the reason that he built into nature. That was what gave people confidence to do the hard work of investigation to figure out the hidden order, the design that is beneath the appearances of natural phenomenon. [From the transcript.]

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No Government Has The Right

A Young Astronomer

“No government has the right to decide on the truth of scientific principles, nor to prescribe in any way the character of the questions investigated.”

~Richard Feynman


Sex Hormones Affect Just About Everything

An interesting quote from a 2016 article on female autism:

Pelphrey is finding that autism also highlights normal developmental differences between girls and boys. Sex hormones, he says, “affect just about every structure you might be interested in and just about every process you might be interested in.” Although boys generally mature much later than girls do, the differences in brain development appear to be quite big—far larger than the differences in behavior.

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Christian Fired For Believing Scientific Facts

Christian doctor is SACKED by the Government for refusing to identify patients by their preferred gender because he believes sex is established at birth


A doctor has been fired from a top government role for suggesting gender is determined at birth.

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The problem with the situation is highlighted in the two quotes above. For years, the public has used the terms “sex” and “gender” interchangeably to refer to one’s biological sex. Even the newspaper does that in the quotes above. But the doctor has been fired because he refuses to affirm people’s gender identities by using pronouns originally meant to refer to people’s biological sex. It seems that pronouns now are meant to have only subjective meanings that do not correspond to any objectively accessible referent. Those who warned that postmodernism would eventually destroy language were right.