When Morning Becomes Electric

John Kaminski — via Rebel News June 7, 2013

The light at the end of the tunnel is the spark that lights the future

Just when things seem darkest — when the whole world appears about to be torn apart by World War III, or a methane catastrophe, or some other high tech insanity spawned by human hubris — a glimmer of hope has appeared.
Still little noticed among the babbling rabble, it attracts the bright and the conscientious, and repels shallow bureaucrats and true believers alike, who remain locked in their trivial disputes, their misconstrued dogma, and their posturing for profit.
A glimmer of hope, a new way of seeing things, based on facts, not misperceived phenomena or coercive superstitions.
It should come as no surprise that this last-ditch hope for the confused human species should come not from prophets or politicians, but from humble scientists. Not from banker-driven fake science, but from diligent men who believe in things like empirical observations and peer review, who challenge traditional assumptions and entrenched propaganda, conduct methodical experiments to validate their hunches, and enlarge the human ken with conclusive proof, not subjectively manufactured myths with crass ulterior motives.
Scientists not coerced by government contracts or political correctness quite possibly have uncovered the formula to a peaceful and healthy future, or at least the path to finding it.
The gist of this hope resides somewhere in the neighborhood of the idea that accurately understanding our own past will lead us on a healthier course to our future, and a way out of this downward spiral that each day’s headlines convince us further and more depressingly that we as a species are irreversibly hurtling toward our doom.
When all the reasons for hope have been twisted into moneymaking scams and the statements of your elected leaders are only the fantasies of some PR person’s sadistic compulsions, placing your bet on scientific conclusions that aren’t twisted into some false flag nightmare by either influence or convention seems like a sensible way to go. I mean, what other chance do we have to attempt to figure out why we’re here?
There’s no fixing this government; it’s corrupt from top to bottom. You could keep praying until you are killed, but what good would that do for the kids we hope come after us, the people we love, the people we are supposed to be living for?

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John Kaminski is a writer who lives in the Gulf Coast of Florida (pelicans are back, eating merrily) whose essays are seen on hundreds of websites around the world.

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