Well, they’ve done it again. The Roman Catholic Church, playing the role of compromiser with false science, has yet again managed to get itself on the wrong side of a scientific argument. This time they have managed to do it before the scientific discovery in question has even been made! In doing so, they are inadvertently delivering the one billion Catholics worldwide right into the hands of the devil. Perhaps the Pontiff of the world’s largest Christian church is inevitably destined to play the role of the infamous “second beast” in the forthcoming “end-times.”



Scientists, not unlike journalists, are arrogant people. No, its not because they are, as some would have you believe, smarter than the rest of us. It really has more to do with their perceptions of their reputations. Science, we are repeatedly told, is concerned with facts and data and therefore it is supposedly immune to the sort of criticism leveled at the likes of politicians and clergymen. Unfortunately, scientists are, in fact, human and therefore susceptible to the same biases and temptations that befall the rest of us. Is it then shocking to find out that scientists would cast their “precious” reputations before swine and bias their research in favor of a particularly desired outcome, especially if by doing so they would gain both fame and the financing needed to continue their pursuits? Of course not.