Will fanatic evangelists and republicans ban time travel if it was discovered?
This is a very important question since stem cells were delayed by two decades due to Christian bullying and anti science bullying.
They don't have problems carpet bombing whole countries or shoot black kids on the streets or sterilizing poor black women yet they have serious problems with stem cells.
Assume time travel was developed and needs funding to make it bigger. Will Republikkkans and evangelists fight and bully the inventors and cut their funding and ban their temporal experiments?
This question is very important since a laymen might discover a temporal phenomenon and might not be that naive to think a radical fanatic Christian society like the US are ready to accept this new realty. This thing happened to stem cells and everyone wished they simply moved to a better country not infested with fanatic anti science Christians.
What can time travel science learn from what happened to stem cell research?
What is your advice to PhDs working secretly in time traveling projects?
Which countries are more mentally ready to understand time travel without fanatic evangelist around to delay and bully the project.
- 9 months ago
Any one who learns now travel in time is not going to let anyone else know about it.
- PhilomelLv 79 months ago
I think it will be embraced whole-hartedly. Then erasing history will actually mean something.
- oldschoolLv 79 months ago
Will pigs let you ride them if they fly?
- daniel gLv 79 months ago
Scientist should come up with a name for negative intelligence such as displayed by your post.
Now that would be a worthy achievement.
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- Anonymous9 months ago
With all the problems we have to face with , still there are people talking about time travel and with nothing serious to do !!!!
- Campbell HaydenLv 79 months ago
I think that everything would work out very well.
Republicans will welcome the advent of time travel
because it will enable them to go back and tell President Lincoln
how well the Emancipation Proclamation worked, and how many
new opportunities and millionaires of color there are in the future.
On the other hand, though .....
Fanatic evangelists will show their disdain for such technology
and they will do their best to ban it based on 'religious' grounds
because they do not want to find out that their crappy little "savior"
was actually stoned to death & buried in the desert, and not crucified.
- Anonymous9 months ago
Christianity has a long history of impeding any scientific research, as it disproves the Christian Law of Goddidit. When the church had wood over the state many scientists and philosophers who said anything outside the Christian doctrine were branded as heretics and imprisoned or executed.
Time travel show that all the Bible stories are pure fiction. Christian leaders know this, and know it would be an end to their life funded by extortion.
So yes, Christianity would definitely try and ban time travel.