Why we should be supporting The For Britain Movement

Politics in the United Kingdom has become a very literal rendition of the Demon’Ocracy of the next realm. Lies and deceit by senior politicians is the norm of today’s society. I have searched for political parties which best resemble the doctrines of our Faith and the only one is The For Britain Movement.

The party and its leadership have been smeared by left-wing activists who have infiltrated almost every aspect of the media-driven world. They deliver daily propaganda for their cause. The left only know how to destroy, but Ann Marie Waters is creating something we all should be right behind.

I was a member of the Green Party, but I decided to leave because of the hypocrisy of their policies. For Britain has better policies for Animal Welfare and Greenbelt land than the Green Party.

In our faith – over three thousand members – we have people from all walks of life, who have converted from different religious organisations. Islamic Converts are most in danger. Apostasy in Islam is punishable by death. For Britain understands the threat of Islam in all its aspects, but it is not solely concerned with Islam, despite what those left-wing activists are trying to say.

For Britain has spoken out where others do not dare to whisper. They are a common sense party, who I believe to be following the virtues of Truth.

I believe that the current system of law is flawed. We have a tiered system where it is one rule for a certain group of people and another for another. For Britain will restore the Rule of Law. All people living in the United Kingdom will be subject to the laws of the United Kingdom.

As you may be aware, many people are now being silenced by political activists and social-media companies. I believe that nobody should be silenced for what they believe to be true. For Britain will change what has happened by implementing Free Speech again, as this aspect of our lives in the United Kingdom has been eroded by years of political correctness.

It is really easy and simple to join the movement. You can sign up through the website and pay a one-time joining fee of £15 and they a monthly donation of just £2 thereafter. With membership, you can voice your concerns, have your say on party policy and even become a candidate in your area for election.

Find more on the website https://www.forbritain.uk/

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The Physics of Death

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In life, the human body comprises matter and energy. That energy is both electrical (impulses and signals) and chemical (reactions). The same can be said about plants, which are powered by photosynthesis, a process that allows them to generate energy from sunlight.

But what if instead of looking at death from a biological perspective, we examine it from a physics standpoint? More specifically, let’s look at how our energy is redistributed after we die.

Even though it’s an inexorable part of life, for many people, death — or at least the thought of ceasing to exist forever — can be a scary thing. The disturbing things that happen to the body during decomposition — the process by which cells and tissues begin to break down post mortem — are bad enough.

When we die, our energy is redistributed throughout the universe according to the law of conservation of energy. While this should not be confused with our consciousness living forever, our energy continuing after we’re gone could make death a less scary prospect.

The process of energy generation is much more complex in humans, though. Remarkably, at any given moment, roughly 20 watts of energy course through your body — enough to power a light bulb — and this energy is acquired in a plethora of ways. Mostly, we get it through the consumption of food, which gives us chemical energy. That chemical energy is then transformed into kinetic energy that is ultimately used to power our muscles.

As we know through thermodynamics, energy cannot be destroyed. It simply changes states. The total amount of energy in an isolated system does not, and cannot, change. And thanks to Einstein, we also know that matter and energy are two rungs on the same ladder.

The universe as a whole is closed. However, human bodies (and other ecosystems) are not closed — they’re open systems. We exchange energy with our surroundings. We can gain energy (again, through chemical processes), and we can lose it (by expelling waste or emitting heat).

In death, the collection of atoms of which you are composed (a universe within the universe) are repurposed. Those atoms and that energy, which originated during the creation of the Universe, will always be around. Therefore, your “light,” that is, the essence of your energy — not to be confused with your actual consciousness — will continue to echo throughout space until the end of time.