Science Vs. Rights: Why They Must Remain Separate
Why is it important not to get bogged down in the Science Debate? Because science does not determine morality.
Science cannot give you truth. All it can determine is internal self-consistency based on data within the confines of time and distance. Everything else must be rejected. —William A. Tiller, professor, author
To debate science is to be stuck in a spiral, because science is debatable by nature. Science tests theories based on specific parameters. The answers from science represents a snapshot in time and space. When we debate the science, we’re comparing snapshots.
Science cannot solve the ultimate mystery of nature. And that is because, in the last analysis, we ourselves are a part of the mystery that we are trying to solve. — Max Planck, Where Is Science Going?
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All the science put together will never ensure your freedoms and right to choose for yourself. Real choice must be preserved or we become slaves to a system that is set up to manipulate and engineer consent through programmed narratives. Do you think you have a real choice based on the narratives you are provided?
To understand why these concepts of science and rights must be kept separate is to understand how to preserve freedom. Why is it important to protect our freedoms when it comes to the science? Listen to my video and find out!
Rosanne Lindsay is a Naturopathic doctor and Tribal healer under the Turtle Island Provider Network. She is a writer, Earth keeper, Health Freedom advocate, co-founder of Wisconsin For Vaccine Choice, and author of the books The Nature of Healing, Heal the Body, Heal the Planet.and Free Your Voice, Heal Your Thyroid, Reverse Thyroid Disease Naturally. Find her on Facebook at Rosanne Lindsay and Natureofhealing. Consult with her (Skype or Zoom consults available) at natureofhealing.org. Subscribe to her blog at http://www.natureofhealing.org/blog/, where this article and video first appeared.