Essay: Evolutionist nerds, say goodbye to Mars exploration

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Evolutionist nerds, get used to the idea that evolutionists will never walk the face of Mars on the U.S taxpayers' dime.

There are a number of forces growing in intensity that do not bode well for American atheism and global atheism. See: 10 reasons why American atheism will be cut by at least 50%. Plus, to realists (that excludes liberal evolutionists) the outlook has been bearish on NASA's funding prospects for their exploration of Mars as part of their fruitless quest to find life on other planets (less government funding for evolutionary pseudoscience is another trend unfavorable to atheism).

NASA has been obsessively searching to find life on other planets and had scheduled man made exploration for Mars. Barack Obama just announced large budget cuts to the Mars exploration program. Phil Christensen, a Mars researcher at Arizona State University declares concerning the prospective cuts: “in essence, it is the end of the Mars program”.[1]

The notion that there is life on other planets is an unbiblical notion which is contrary to the Scriptures and to the current scientific evidence. Please see: Did God create life on other planets? and Alien/UFO answers and Origin of life answers and Evolution

News update: NASA managers are "tentatively penciling" a 2018 or 2020 launch

MSNBC reports:

NASA plans to spend about $700 million on the mission. It is tentatively penciled in for launch in either 2018 or 2020. Mars Next Generation was conceived to fill the void NASA's planetary science program created after big cuts in the White House's 2013 budget request forced NASA's exit from the joint ExoMars sample cache-and-return campaign with the European Space Agency and Russia. Those missions remain slated for 2016 and 2018.[2]

Question: Why is NASA going to "tentatively pencil" this so called future launch? Don't the high tech managers and scientists at NASA have word processing software? NASA better use word processing software because a foreseeable economic recession or depression before 2016 plus the needs of an U.S. aging population is going to put the kabosh on their 2018 or 2020 launch. Also, don't the high tech managers and scientists at NASA have the internet or cable news and see the austerity measures in Greece and Europe which are coming to America? NASA "plans to spend" 700 million on a Mars mission. Isn't that a joke? Evolutionists can be so amusing.

News Update: Apollo Astronauts' Health Issues Reveal A Hurdle To Deep-Space Travel. Another obstacle to a mission to Mars by astronauts

Apollo Astronauts' Health Issues Reveal A Hurdle To Deep-Space Travel

Now what? Is the age of exploration over? Absolutely not, evolutionist nerds!

The arrows point to paraconformities at the Grand Canyon. Paraconformities pose a significant problem to the old earth paradigm.[3] [4]

Now that you have gotten used to the idea that evolutionists will never walk the face of Mars on the U.S taxpayers' dime, you may be asking yourselves: Is the age of exploration over? Absolutely not!

Unlike atheist and evolutionist nerds (see: 10 telltale signs you are on your way to becoming an atheist nerd), real men don't explore Mars vicariously through taxpayer funded astronauts. Real men do white water rafting to explore and see for themselves the many ways the Grand Canyon supports a young earth.

Canyon Ministries declares:

Join a Christ-centered motorized rafting trip through a canyon with walls over a mile high. This once-in-a-lifetime experience will explore one of His grandest creations while spending time each day in God's Word and singing praises to the Lord. Share the enjoyment of this natural wonder of the world with fellow believers. Learn how the effects of Noah’s Flood, not millions of years of erosion, carved the Grand Canyon.[5]

Yes, evolutionist nerds. Grand men explore the Grand Canyon and don't spend hundreds of millions or billions of taxpayer dollars exploring dead and lifeless planets. The United States deficit hit the 15 trillion dollar mark in November of 2011.[6] How big does the U.S deficit have to climb via liberal boondoggles that fail to confirm liberal ideologies? Mars is dead and lifeless just like the evolutionary paradigm and the abiogenesis hypothesis is. Atheists and evolutionist failed to provide proof and evidence for evolutionism and naturalism on earth, must taxpayers pay millions or billions of dollars because evolutionists are desperate to find life on Mars? Evolutionists, pony up the money to go to Mars if it is so important to you.

Mars links

Atheist evolutionists, weep and wail! Atheism is expected to greatly shrink at an increasing rate

See: Growth of global desecularization

Global atheism is in decline in terms of the number of its adherents and the grassroots Question evolution! campaign by Creation Ministries International could certainly accelerate this decline.[7]

In 2011, the American Spectator declared concerning research published in the International Bulletin of Missionary Research:

The report estimates about 80,000 new Christians every day, 79,000 new Muslims every day, and 300 fewer atheists every day. These atheists are presumably disproportionately represented in the West, while religion is thriving in the Global South, where charismatic Christianity is exploding."[8]

Decline of atheism in terms of global adherents is expected to accelerate

See also: Acceleration of 21st century desecularization

Eric Kaufmann, a professor at Birkbeck College, University of London, using a a wealth of demographic studies, argues that there will be a significant decline of global atheism in the 21st century which will impact the Western World.[9][10][11][12] In addition, Kaufmann argues that religious conservatism has a long term trend of rising and that their influence in the world will significantly increase.[13] Kaufmann is author of the book Shall the Religious Inherit the Earth?.[14][15] In the Western World due to immigration and the higher birth rates of religious people, Kaufman writes: "Committed religious populations are growing in the West, and will reverse the march of secularism before 2050."[16]

For more information please see: Atheist population

Inability of atheism to unite

A likely factor in the decline of atheism around the world is the inability of most atheists to keep together for a uniform belief. While there are differences within other religions, such as Christianity, other religions' adherents all share a common belief. In the case of Christianity, this is recognition of the divine presence of Jesus Christ. However, atheists are unable to even create a coherent definition of their beliefs [17].

See also: Atheist factions

The triumph of Christianity and biblical creationism - implications for science and the world

Should the second coming of Jesus Christ tarry, what would a great shrinking and the triumph of biblical creationism and the Question evolution! campaign mean for mankind?

Here are some of the benefits:

1. More people spending an eternity in heavenly bliss and escaping an eternity in hell.

2. Christianity has been a boon to the advancement of scientific knowledge (see: Christianity and science). The ancient Greek skeptics caused no great scientific advancements.

3. True origins research would expand and scholarly peer reviewed publications like the Creation Research Society Quarterly Journal and the Journal of Creation would see larger numbers of new readers.

4. Societies which have embraced Christianity or seen Christian revival has seen great benefits. For example, the effects of the Welsh revival were profound upon Welsh society.[18] For example, "Men whose language had been filthy before learnt to talk purely. It is related that not only did the colliers put in a better day's work, but also that the pit ponies turned disobedient! The ponies were so used to being cursed and sworn at that they just didn't understand when orders were given in kind, clean words! The dark tunnels underground in the mines echoed with the sounds of prayer and hymns, instead of oaths and nasty jokes and gossip" [19] Also consider this: "The effects of the revival were awesome. There was a dramatic decline in drunkenness and bars were deserted each night while the churches were packed with worshippers. Dance halls, theaters and football games also saw a dramatic decline in attendance as a result of the revival meetings. The courts and jails were deserted and many policemen found themselves without work."[20] Of course, given the foolishness and impotence of atheism, there has never been an atheist revival. See also: Atheism and mass murder and Atheism and health and Atheism and morality

Thank God global Christianity is rapidly expanding, while global atheism is shrinking!

What if Jesus had never had been born?

What if America were a Christian nation again? by Dr. James Kennedy

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An atheist who just heard the news that other people's money will not be used to explore Mars in the future in order to feed his evolutionary "science" fantasies.

(photo obtained from Flickr, see: Creative commons license agreement)
An angry atheist clown who is extremely upset and very mad that global atheism is going to greatly shrink at an increasing rate and that the Question evolution! campaign will further accelerate the great shrinking of atheism. By the way atheists, we all know that you still can't satisfactorily answer the 15 questions for evolutionists.

(Graphic obtained from Flickr, see: license agreement)

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Videos on the 15 Questions that evolutionists cannot satisfactorily answer:

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  5. Canyon Ministries website
  7. Thriving Christianity
  8. Thriving Christianity
  9. Shall the Religious Inherit the Earth?: Demography and Politics in the Twenty-First Century by Eric Kaufmann, Belfer Center, Harvard University/Birkbeck College, University of London
  10. Eric Kaufmann: Shall The Religious Inherit The Earth?
  11. Eric Kaufmann's Atheist Demographic series
  12. Eric Kaufmann: Shall the Religious Inherit the Earth?, Australian Broadcasting Corporation
  13. [ Shall the Religious Inherit the Earth?: Demography and Politics in the Twenty-First Century by Eric Kaufmann, Belfer Center, Harvard University/Birkbeck College, University of London]
  14. Shall the religious inherit the earth by David Kaufmann
  15. Early paper - Shall the Religious Inherit the Earth?: Demography and Politics in the Twenty-First Century by Eric Kaufmann, Belfer Center, Harvard University/Birkbeck College, University of London
  16. Early paper - Shall the Religious Inherit the Earth?: Demography and Politics in the Twenty-First Century by Eric Kaufmann, Belfer Center, Harvard University/Birkbeck College, University of London