RAEL’S COMMENT: Even if we are against their use, no plant or mushroom should be “illegal”. Nature cannot be illegal.
The city of Denver, Colorado, has become the first in the US to decriminalize ‘magic mushrooms’, however the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) still classes the psychedelic drug in the same category as LSD and heroin.
RAEL’S COMMENT: OUR RELIGION IS SCIENCE AND HAPPINESS THANKS TO SCIENCE:
We Raelians are very lucky to have a philosophy which remove completely the poison of irrational fears about science progresses and all new technologies. Science is our religion. It’s becoming fashionable to be anti-science and anti-progress. From anti-vaccines to anti-5G and much much more. Let’s check the most important one by one:
Global warming: Thousands of scientists say there is no such thing as global warming and that there may well be a global cooling with no connection to human activities.
Mass extinction of animal species: This is well possible due to Human overpopulation but thanks to the progresses of biology and genetic engineering not only will we be able to recreate extinct species, but we will also be able to create new ones. And they will even be able to clean pollution. Some new bacteria can eat plastic or destroy radioactivity.
Depopulation: Mass depopulation is possible through wars, disease and pollution. And it’s good. If 90% of the world human population is destroyed, even if it’s sad for those dying or suffering, it would be a very positive thing for the Earth environment. This planet with less than 1 billion human beings would become the paradise it cannot be with overpopulation.
Radioactivity from catastrophes or nuclear wars: One of my favorite cities in Japan is Hiroshima. You can enjoy relaxing in a park right were the atomic bomb exploded. Because time cleans everything. Same in Chernobyl and Fukushima: the wild animals are reproducing so fast in these areas that the authorities are forced to ask hunters to kill them as they destroy the harvest everywhere. Look simply at the photos of these cities now…
And the list can go on. Thanks to science and the imminence of singularity we will be able to create, through nanotechnology ,all the food and energy we need and even without agriculture farming or exploiting wild life. Being Raelian is being optimistic, by rationality, and enthusiastic about science and the future!
News of anti-vaxxer movements, demands to teach creationism in schools as science, and dubious claims for the health-giving properties of strange diets is enough to make you wonder if some people have forgotten or forsaken the scientific method entirely.
RAEL’S COMMENT: Wonderful! I cannot wait to get one under my skin to replace passport, ID card, medical insurance, etc.
Thousands of Swedes are having microchips implanted into their bodies so that they don’t need to carry key cards, IDs, and even train tickets.
RAEL’S COMMENT: Impressive that in 2019 some people in US still believe in “sorcery”. That says a lot about the level of anti-vax people…
An anti-vaxxer Texas lawmaker is facing criticism for attacking a prominent vaccinologist and branding inoculations “sorcery.”
RAEL’S COMMENT: What we eat drink or smoke is not the business of any government.
Norway’s new health minister says people should be allowed to choose what they drink or eat.
RAEL’S COMMENT: You always get what you deserve.
A US teenager who took legal action against his school after he was banned for refusing the chickenpox vaccination now has the virus, his lawyer says.
RAEL’S COMMENT: Silence the body through stillness, that helps silence the brain in no thinking. Then supraconsciousness is reached.
Neuroscientist Sara Lazar found that people who practiced meditation had more gray matter in the part of the brain linked to decision-making and working memory: the frontal cortex.
RAEL’S COMMENT: Replace your bank accounts by that!
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RAEL’S COMMENT: Imagine all the good things we could have financed with all this money wasted for NOTHING.
This March marked the 16th anniversary of the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq.
In 2003, President George W. Bush and his advisers based their case for war on the idea that Saddam Hussein, then dictator of Iraq, possessed weapons of mass destruction — weapons that have never been found. Nevertheless, all these years later, Bush’s “Global War on Terror” continues — in Iraq and in many other countries.