Speaking in Tongues translator reveals words spoken are from Richard Dawkin’s ‘The God Delusion’.
Updated: Dec 27, 2019
Linguistic department at MIT reveals shocking news to believers worldwide.
The MIT Linguistics department unveiled its universal translator last week with the aim to decipher any complicated spoken language like Scottish or Franglais. They call it, LOUD, [Language Orated, Understood, Deciphered.] and so far it has worked 100% of the time, every time they have tested it.
Justin Whittiker, the head of the Department of Linguistics for MIT decided to go one step further and decipher the holy language that Pentecostals speak when preaching on the pulpit, called speaking in tongues. They set up a double blind study where they went to several churches and recorded them speaking in tongues during different times. It all came out the same, when deciphered, it was revealed to be Richard Dawkin's The God Delusion.
"We ran it through again and again and got the same results" said Justin Whittiker, Department of Linguistics, MIT.
What does this prove?
Looking at the data, this proves that those speaking in tongues subconsciously want to relay The God Delusion to their listeners. But the question on everyone's mind is that people have been speaking in tongues longer than The God Delusion has been made available. "It must be prophesy." relayed Whittiker. "How else can you explain it?