They may be right.
He who "hangs the stars like lamps in our evening sky"? ...Perhaps, conservatively, on one level but not on all levels... ...Our hapless ignorance regarding our day to day existence looms, increasingly, ever more appalling than the "will of god." God will do as She wills. What do we will?
The kingdom is at hand; our humanity could ring the Sun like a living bracelet. Such could be so, on my watch and warrant, by humanity's hand. I mean, that's where it would be forged at the last, God inspired or not.
I've my own personal evidence. Likely, the reader does, too. What are we to do with that and endure the admonition that we are misleading, misled, or mentally ill?
If he doesn't cop? He is destroyed. He's destroyed when he cops, too, but that's a good thing. The "new" scientist has a humility sans all that obnoxious hubris!
Consider, now, this considered humiliation of science and authority. Be introduced to the strange story of Canadian Dorothy Izatt brought to us by Frank Longo in his très unusual film, Capturing The Light.