Book Release Live! “In the Cold Light of Day” with foreword by Dr. Tim Ball

In the Cold Light of Day

Flat Earth in Modern Physics and a Numerical Proof for God: A Climate Alarm Story

Available for Kindle or Paperback.

For the readers of this blog:  Please help and get this book spread around to those who need to read it!

From the Foreword:
This book is Joe Postma’s voyage and confrontation with the modern version of Francis Bacon’s fourth intellectual fallacy. One authority describes Bacon,

“as the outstanding apostle of Renaissance empiricism. Less an original metaphysician or cosmologist than the advocate of a vast new program for the advancement of learning and the reformation of scientific method.”

Bacon’s fourth fallacy is as follows:

“Idols of the Theatre are those which are due to sophistry and false learning. These idols are built up in the field of theology, philosophy, and science, and because they are defended by learned groups are accepted without question by the masses. When false philosophies have been cultivated and have attained a wide sphere of dominion in the world of the intellect they are no longer questioned. False superstructures are raised on false foundations, and in the end systems barren of merit parade their grandeur on the stage of the world.”

Since Bacon (1561-1626), western society has dominated the intellectual and scientific view of the world. Although each culture holds a different perspective, they all meet and communicate with the universal language of science and its central disciplines, mathematics and physics.

Postma’s book is timely, relevant, and extremely helpful because it describes how a 21st-century scientist comes to terms with Bacon today. It’s a journey through a world in which the historical signposts were taken down since Bacon and not replaced. It’s a journey I took, and everyone should take. In fact, I would make it a mandatory part of any K-12 curriculum. I can say this because I took the journey following a different route than Postma but identifying with all his experiences. In other words, there are universal truths that if known provide light, direction, and understanding, to produce a more productive citizen of the Earth.

From the Introduction:

That climate alarmism is pseudoscience will be entirely proven within this book. Note that I am not a climate denier: I do not deny that the climate exists, and I do not deny that it changes. The term “climate denier” is just one of those loaded idiotic sophistical phrases that means exactly nothing, which is in fact the same foundation that the so-called science of climate alarmism rests upon. There is no such thing or such a person who denies the climate or denies climate change, and the joke here is that there are people who believe that there are other people who deny that the climate exists and deny climate change. No one denies climate change, or the existence of the climate.

This book is nothing to do with supporting the ridiculous flat Earth meme which can be found around internet discussion forums these days. That part of the subtitle indicates that the flat Earth meme has actually been clandestinely if not accidentally inserted into modern physics to the extent that flat Earth theory is actually literally taught to science students by science professors in professional academic universities and their science departments. Yes, seriously.

The second part of the subtitle about a mathematical proof for “God” is meant in the proper philosophical Idealist sense, and I leave the development of concepts in this book to get you there. I could have written “universal noumenal mind” but no one would understand what that meant, and God is a somewhat near-enough substitute if you’re careful about what you mean by that, but it has all of the essential features a thinking person would expect.

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15 Responses to Book Release Live! “In the Cold Light of Day” with foreword by Dr. Tim Ball

  1. I see a sequel titled, When Hell Freezes Over, which would be about the relative impossibility to eliminate climate alarmism, until the year 2500. (^_^) In other words, they would have to be nearly frozen to death by an ice age to finally admit that their alarm was misplaced.

  2. Seriously, though, how does one get solidified minds to open up to rational thought ?

    The challenge is not to present facts and flaws — these are obvious. The challenge is to get people to replace fears with these facts and flaws.

    Fear trumps fact, so it seems. Enough brave people have not been born yet, and enough scared people have not died yet, to transition us out of this consensus climate stupidity.

  3. Joseph E. Postma says:

    That’s a good comment.

  4. Mark says:

    Not true Robert. Every human has the capability and belief system to change his consciousness within this lifetime. It’s choice, It’s free will. Intuitively NOT rationally a human can see the error of his his ways. A human can sense a wrongness but cannot be told necessarily.

  5. Mark says:

    And Joe having read your book we will need to have a discussion about emotionalism versus rationalism. The liberal RGHE snowflakes are emotional wrecks yes but don’t put us all in the same basket. Some of the same rational logicalists are monsters. You know who I mean.

  6. Mark says:

    The way to get this message across is to appeal to the humans sense of survival. To make them feel good. There are only two motivators.

    1) to avoid pain
    2) to gain pleasure.

    If you believe that this is a non defacto premise then I ask you to move to a planet ruled by Spock. We have senses for a reason. We live in a physical domain of senses. If we want a sense deprived world then you should move to a different plane. Emotions are nothing other than energy in motion that is picked up by the senses. Without the senses we wouldn’t experience the energy or “feel” anything.To admonish emotion and human lack of control is to martialise thought. Thought police. Who makes the rules? The fascist ruler who can only be right. The God who is right. Who is God? What makes a God. Does he control the climate?
    If you are a non 3d entity reading this then you will no doubt be confused. But if it is in fact the the case then fuck off back to your own dimension. You know who I mean.

  7. Mark says:

    Its the Lowdown:

  8. “Not true Robert. Every human has the capability and belief system to change his consciousness within this lifetime.”

    By “not true”, I assume that you mean that fear does not trump fact, and, by stating this, all you are doing is saying the opposite of what I am saying, which is your opinion vs mine. Again, my opinion seems supported by my observation that countless displays of logic against the “greenhouse effect” cannot budge some people’s belief systems, and my suggestion is that their fear is what presents new facts from changing their belief systems — not only fear that the facts are untrustworthy, but fear that they must change what has become a comfortable frame of mind upon which they base their entire lives, and to change their minds would mean that they would have to change their whole lives, which would require more effort than they would be prepared to exert. … Fear of change, thus, is a motive, as well as fear of that which the facts could prove otherwise.

    “It’s choice, It’s free will. Intuitively NOT rationally a human can see the error of his his ways. A human can sense a wrongness but cannot be told necessarily.”,/b>

    Clearly, it is NOT choice, if fear shapes will. Fear clouds intuition. Fear blocks any sense of wrongness. You underestimate the power of fear.

  9. Mark says:

    Its not opinion it is fact. Belief systems whether they be RGHE or otherwise are easily reprogrammed with the right script. Ask any NLP or Hypnotist. Fear of changing a belief system is only supportable by knowledge. You are pre-supposing. All humans have fear of change. However it is easy to change.

  10. Mark says:

    You misrepresent will. Will can commit suicide, fear will not necessarily do so. Fear does not cloud intuition. Fear does not block wrongness. A human instinctually knows he is wrong but acts regardless. We are not animals, even cruel humans have will to do evil and its not fear driving him but his desire to do it.

  11. Mark says:

    Gosh and I so wanted Alice to not trick me:

    Goodnight All xxxxx

  12. Your opinion, Mark,

    Fear underlies all, in its various forms, be it simple reluctance, doubt, worry, insecurity, or outright terror — they are all gradations of the same force.

    What controls will, if not the feeling of confidence to act ?

    I never said fear “blocks wrongness”. Rather, I suggested that fear prevents realization or wrongness.

    I do not presuppose that ALL humans fear change. I observe that many humans are programmed with reflexive responses founded on fear and solidified by fear of changing those responses.

    You underestimate fear and displace it to a secondary role, whereas I see it at the pinnacle of the determinants of human actions.

  13. There’s also fear of going against established ideas and practices. It’s easier to be part of a consensus, simply as a matter of economic and professional survival (i.e., keeping your job, getting your pay check to feed and cloth the kids, not tarnishing a reputation, not rocking the boat, not drawing unwanted attention to yourself, not getting grant funding, etc.)

  14. I look forward to reading it. My wife has (or will be soon) ordered a hard copy for me for Christmas

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