Although the progress and dimensions of worldwide technology advances have extended incredibly, and peopleÃÂs living standard as well as necessities depend admittedly on it, peopleÃÂs mentality sometimes commits to indescribable, illogical, and mysterious religious manners, such as superstitions, repeating what others obey, or stereotypes. The followers of these beliefs are convinced that their lives can be lived without technology but not their faith; therefore, at the moment of developing technology, invariable religious beliefs are still strong enough to coexist with technology. In Chinese culture, for example, superstitions and myths are firmly established in some believersÃÂ lives.
ÃÂMixed MediaÃÂ refer to all the media, TV, radio, and the press, which discuss the afterworld with so-called ÃÂmasters of religions,ÃÂ and are nothing but try to get peopleÃÂs attention; these false masters benefit from peopleÃÂs curiosity and innocence. For instance, some programs express false personal experiences of keeping contact with the dead from the afterworld but are free from criticism and skepticism.
There is a TV program called ÃÂthe series of afterworldÃÂ, it always invites some ÃÂmastersÃÂ to boastfully discuss their ridiculous experiences of coming across with ghosts.
ÃÂSimple DeceptionsÃÂ attract people by using synthetic photographs or unofficial visible phenomena and gain fame and wealth from them. Some government officials who support these ÃÂsimple deceptionsÃÂ are for nothing but the followersÃÂ attention and support.
ÃÂFalse ScientismÃÂ is fortune telling, astrology, and ÃÂpsychic phrenology,ÃÂ it establishes institutions that convince people through statistical support and complex precepts. They emphasize they can easily analyze peopleÃÂs future by features, palms lines (usually the right hand for men and the left for women), and constellations. Scientists wonder that something those astrologists emphasize is apparently wrong, and, rather, ÃÂgazing at without seeing.ÃÂ For instance, in astrology, there are twelve constellations on the ecliptic, astrologists insist that all of them...