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Darwin's theory, from monkey, man has come, but you never shown us that a monkey has ever given birth to a man. So all this false propaganda, we are no more interested

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Conversations and Morning Walks

1975 Conversations and Morning Walks

You have not improved anything. The animals have also two legs, and two, four legs. We have got also four legs, and where is the difference? You say, the Darwin's theory, from monkey, man has come, but you never shown us that a monkey has ever given birth to a man. So all this false propaganda, we are no more interested.

Prabhupāda: What they will do by serving science? The birth, death is already there. So they are becoming saner, that "What is the use of wasting time in this way? We cannot solve any problem." That is sense. They cannot solve any. . . He is still alive or died?

Dharmādhyakṣa: He's alive.

Prabhupāda: So ask him that "Find out some bomb that you will not die. Why don't you do that?" (laughter) Yes. "People are dying, and you have invented something to die very soon. So why don't you invent something that you will never die? Can you do that? Therefore we are no more interested in science. It is a waste of time." Tell him. You go your professor: "You are regretting that young men are no more interested. So this is our reason because, after all, we have to die. Everything will be finished. Then what is the use of studying? You have not improved anything. The animals have also two legs, and two, four legs. We have got also four legs, and where is the difference? You say, the Darwin's theory, from monkey, man has come, but you never shown us that a monkey has ever given birth to a man. So all this false propaganda, we are no more interested." (break)

Bahulāśva: . . .Los Angeles you told Svarūpa Dāmodara that in twenty-five more years science will be finished.

Prabhupāda: Yes. Science is already finished. He is regretting that no young man is interested. That means it is finished already. That's a fact. (break) . . .is finished, so-called religion is finished, so-called politics is finished—everything. Harāv abhaktasya kuto mahad-guṇā (SB 5.18.12). Because they have finished God, everything will be finished. Zero, only zero.

Bahulāśva: The whole human civilization.

Prabhupāda: Where is civilization? (laughter) The mother is killing child—is that civilization? Where is civilization? Less than doggish civilization. Dog also do not do that. And they are claiming civilization, nonsense rascals. Mother is killing child, and is that civilization? Less than dogs and cats. The dogs and cats also do not kill their child. They try to protect. You know? The cats, they carry their cubs from one place to another so that the male cat may not kill. The tiger also do that. The tiger, they also give protection to the. . .

Brahmānanda: The rats, they sometimes do that.

Prabhupāda: Everyone. Mother's affection is natural. Now the civilized mother is killing child. This is your civilization. This is your religion, this is your science, philosophy—everything. And for this, you have created so many big, big buildings to create some less than animals. Civilization is finished unless you take to Kṛṣṇa conscious. Now dictatorship is coming, politics. The dictator can arrest anyone without any trial and stop him. Even their own circle, the Communists. . . Nobody knows where is Khrushchev, Indira Gandhi is doing.

Brahmānanda: Even they arrest you for sleeping now.

Prabhupāda: Yes. I have got enough place to sleep, and they will come, "You cannot sleep." What is this civilization?

Dharmādhyakṣa: Indira Gandhi, she is taking instruction from the Russians. They are encouraging her to do all of this.

Prabhupāda: Yes. Everything is finished. (break) . . . principle, strīṣu duṣṭāsu varṇa-saṅkaraḥ abhibavāt.

Bahulāśva: You can go around this way, Śrīla Prabhupāda.

Prabhupāda: Oh.

Dharmādhyakṣa: This inventor of the hydrogen bomb, he said he had no regrets about making the bomb. He had no regrets about his career whatsoever. And he felt that science was still the answer to man's problems. That's why he was lamenting so much that people were not interested anymore.

Prabhupāda: So what is the problem? Real problem is birth, death. So have you any proposal?

Dharmādhyakṣa: No, he has no proposal for those.

Prabhupāda: Then what is this nonsense problem? So far eating, sleeping, even the birds and beasts, they have no problem. They are eating, sleeping. What is this problem in eating, sleeping and mating? There is no problem. Why you are creating problem? You are creating problem, rascal. There is no problem. Where is the. . . Out of 8,400,000 species, only men are 400,000. Eight million, they are all lower animals. Where is their problem? They have no population problem, they have no, what is called, food problem, no quarter problem. They do not go to office, they do not start factories. So where is their problem? Eight millions, they have no problem. And out of the 400,000, the so-called rascal civilized men, they have problems. Others, they have no problem. They don't require a scientist rascal like you. (laughter) This is the. . . Tell them like this. If you take vox populi, so out of eight million four hundred, eight millions do not require a rascal like you. And out of the so-called civilized men, a few only, they require your service. So what is the value of your service? Others, they have no problem. Do you think they have problem, the birds and beasts? They are very freely walking from one tree to another and eating. Whatever fruits are there, they are eating. And the, for mating, the female bird is always with him. Nature has given, when the birth is taken place, one male, one female—cats, dogs and birds. So there is no problem. Is there any problem?

Brahmānanda: No.

Prabhupāda: Then why these rascals create problem? And become a big scientist and draw a good salary, fatty salary, that's all. (break) He has invented hydrogen bomb, but does it mean the war is taking place every day? Say, after twenty years, fifty years, war will, then his service will be appreciated, by the time he will die.

Brahmānanda: They have not used one of those bomb yet.

Prabhupāda: Eh?

Brahmānanda: They have not used the hydrogen bomb yet.

Prabhupāda: Even there is use, so where the use? We require daily things. (break) . . .these fruit?

Dharmadhyksa: These are cones. This is a pine tree, and these are cones. What are cones used for?

Jayatīrtha: Seeds are in the pinecones. (break) . . .cone the trees come.

Prabhupāda: Let them produce one seed like that. Sow it, and a big tree will come out. Where is that scientist? Hmm? Millions of living beings are coming out. You are trying to kill them, and they are trying to manufacture living being in the laboratory, and take credit. Where is the credit to you? Already millions and trillions are daily coming. Befooling men. They are fools and befooling men, that's all. This is their business.

Bahulāśva: The cheaters and the cheated.

Prabhupāda: Cheaters and the cheated. That's all. (break) . . .meditating, what is that? Who was saying? Upendra? Where is Upendra?

Jayatīrtha: He hasn't come, Śrīla Prabhupāda.

Prabhupāda: So meditation means "I am moving the earth, I am moving the sun. . ."

Jayatīrtha: From that Kuṇḍalinī book.

Brahmānanda: Oh, in that prayer he says, "I created God." That Yogi Bhajan. In his book he says that, that that is the meditation.

Prabhupāda: "I created God."

Brahmānanda: Yes.

Prabhupāda: And you were created by dog. (laughter)

Dharmādhyakṣa: That is a very big theory of the modern atheists, that God is simply the creation of man's imagination in order to fulfill certain psychological needs.

Prabhupāda: Then what is the cause of creation?

Dharmādhyakṣa: Mother Nature.

Prabhupāda: So Mother Nature . . . Where is the father? (laughter) You rascal, without father, mother can give any birth?

Dharmādhyakṣa: Well, it's asexual. There's some animals. . .

Prabhupāda: No, no. So animal is their father? Where is the father? It is all right, "Mother Nature," but everyone knows without father, mother is useless.

Jayatīrtha: It's a fact.

Prabhupāda: Is there any mother who can give birth without father? So where is the father, rascal? Ask them.

Bahulāśva: This way, Śrīla Prabhupāda.

Jayatīrtha: Sometimes they say that he is dead now. He is dead.

Prabhupāda: That's all right. But you must know what is your father. A man's father is dead—that does not mean he can say that "I have taken my birth without father." That you cannot say. Father may be dead. That is. . . we shall discuss later on. First of all you have to accept that mother cannot give birth without father. Who is that father? (break)

Bahulāśva: . . .nature has generated everything on its own. Just like we say that Kṛṣṇa. . .

Prabhupāda: Where is that nature, generating everything? Where is that nature? Show me.

Kṛṣṇadāsa: They give the example of the corn. Corn doesn't have to have a. . . They say corn produces the seeds as well as the. . .

Prabhupāda: Then wherefrom the corn came?

Kṛṣṇadāsa: From itself. You see, they theorize that naturally. . .

Prabhupāda: Theorize, theorize. But we say corn is produced. . . When the seeds are thrown on the ground, then corns are produced. Wherefrom . . . The corn is not dropping from the sky.

Kṛṣṇadāsa: Originally, right.

Prabhupāda: We have not seen the original.

Dharmādhyakṣa: Well, originally, they say, it was just some chance combination of atoms and molecules. . .

Prabhupāda: That is. . . A chance means you are a rascal. Nothing takes place with chance. That is his rascaldom. Nothing takes place. The answer is in the Bhagavad. . . bījo 'haṁ sarva-bhūtānām (BG 7.10): "The original seed I am." The answer is there. Bījo 'haṁ sarva-bhūtānām. Challenge these rascals. They are cheating so many people.

Bahulāśva: Well, then they want to say that if nature can't be self-existing, how can God?

Prabhupāda: All right, nature is existing, but our proposition is that without father, how nature can give birth? If the woman is existing, the man must be existing. Just like in your country it is experienced that a girl has given birth to a child; nobody knows who is the father, but still, it is accepted that she was pregnanted by a man, that is. . . You cannot say. It may be missing, but you have to accept. Not that this girl is giving birth, child, without any union with a man. You cannot say that.

Page Title:Darwin's theory, from monkey, man has come, but you never shown us that a monkey has ever given birth to a man. So all this false propaganda, we are no more interested
Created:2022-09-10, 06:03:22
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