[quote=“Robert Sock”]Earthly technology amazes me, unlike earthly science. Is there anybody who can design and manufacture an automated toothpick making machine? Imagine how many engineers is would take to mass produce all the “junk” we have around us. Think about it; what is more difficult: Designing a computer chip or making the machine to manufacturer them? In all honestly, I doubt that I have the innate wit to manufacture the packaging!
Now, who do you know who can design and build the specialized machinery needed in our modern world?
Surely, there has to be a higher-ordered world above us!
I hate to break it to you but earthly science IS THE REASON we have all this technology that amazes you so much. Science is responsible for the water you drink, the food you eat, the car you drive, the medicine that keeps you healthy, the computer you wrote this post on, everything. We design and build the machines that make other machines and build what we design but this is a process that took decades to get to this level. If it wasn’t for science we’d still be living in the dark ages and the average life expectancy would be about 20-30 years.
It almost sounds to me like you’re spitting in the face of the very thing that allows you to live what would be considered a lavish lifestyle compared to those who only live a few hundred years ago.
So really what is it about science that doesn’t impress you very much? What reason could you POSSIBLY have for wanting to put science to shame as stated in the title of your thread?