Category Archives: God and science

Science is a friend of God to a person who is honest

Oh the pain of foolishness

To prove I am an equal opportunity offender, have a look-see at this vid. Dawkins pretty much states that Darwin is God, then has the audacity to ask this as he turns his other cheek when facing God:  ‘Why did … Continue reading

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The ‘kinds’

I have been saying this for years. Take careful note of the answers, or lack thereof, and the cut and paste repeated answers by so-called smart people who show how utterly lacking, empty, and shallow, is the thought process of … Continue reading

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The gifts of men

You have been to a museum, perhaps you have admired a Monet, and you immediately thought: ‘What a brilliant artist, what an amazing talent, what surprising and rare gift coming from the hands of man,’ and you would be correct. … Continue reading

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Caw moo, or cow poo?

I come to you today from the island of common sense, where opinions are many but where truth is as rare as pure water. Reminds me of this: Saw a bunch of crows this morning, and was happy to also … Continue reading

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You are the stars nephew! (not)

“You couldn’t be here if stars hadn’t exploded. Because the elements, the carbon, nitrogen, oxygen, iron, all the things that matter for evolution weren’t created at the beginning of time. They were created in the nuclear furnaces of stars. And … Continue reading

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Hail Caesar!

Can somebody help me contain my laughter please? I heard a guy quote a guy who heard from a guy who read something by someone who tested something that another guy thought he heard another guy write that many smart … Continue reading

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A gold medal performance

Okay the dust has settled, the politics have taken a back seat, but cue the soundtrack for Eastwood’s good, bad, and the ugly, as you no doubt know the 2018 Winter Olympics from S. Korea are won and done. The media … Continue reading

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AI, or aye yi yi?

From a CNBC article 2.13.18 –Artificial intelligence could be “billions of times smarter” than humans and people may need to merge with computers to survive, a futurist told CNBC on Tuesday.  Ian Pearson, a futurist at Futurizon, said there will … Continue reading

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Stale musk

Yes friends, this is the alleged image of something that has garnered world-wide attention from last week.  You have seen the images, the frenzied crowds, and the uncontrollable excitement in ‘seeing’ a Tesla sportster in cruise control, ‘orbiting’ who knows … Continue reading

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The godlessness of science so-called

(In a post at Palmyra, the solid thinking CTom offered a comment that is worthy of its own consideration. He says: ‘We can only use science to study his Creation.’  If he also means that through science God can be … Continue reading

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Drat that night!

The idiotic notion of ahem cough cough man made ice calving, bergs busting at the seams the size of Manhattan, with tornadoes, avalanches, tsunamis, hurricanes, sub zero temperatures, heat waves off the charts,  flooding, massive snow fall, hail, and sundry … Continue reading

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Third times a charm

I asked this in three places, and received no answer, but I’m pretty sure it is a fair question, and worthy of immediate consideration. Short and sweet, enjoy.   Apart from intelligence, WHY is there only ONE moon for the … Continue reading

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Climate change baby

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I just luv the stifling changes of the seasons, even now, with the inconvenient deep freeze here, and the blistering heat there. Hmm, where did I hear that so many thousands of years ago? That’s right, He who created the … Continue reading

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The greatest of guests

In and under the most wonderful playgrounds of the world, requires the greatest of guests.  May I introduce you to the king of the oceans, designed for His pleasure, and courtesy of the Creator, and a reminder that some things … Continue reading

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I doth protest!

Soo, didja hear about the rainbow who bi^c#ed because it did not evolve already? Wanted to be a different shape……wanted less color………. Yep, a complaint was filed with the DOE, (Department of Evolution) hoping to gain the ears of all … Continue reading

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So you think you’re smart eh?

The most rational thing a truly thinking person can do after reading the word of God, that is, unaided by other people, not helped or hurt by the unthinking monster or tool called the internet, not influenced by the dark … Continue reading

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Vintage Mullin

Meet Brian Mullin, an around the kitchen table kinda fella, and a natural teacher with practical and real life experience as a mechanical engineer. His low-key and unassuming manner speaks volumes. I have watched his progress and willingness to challenge … Continue reading

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Does it Matter???

Sooo, the headline reads: ‘The universe shouldn’t exist,’ according to the elite global  (I use this word casually) scientists, who according to their own homemade science, have uncreated their own position of suggested longstanding proof or evidence of their big … Continue reading

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Kodak knows

I heard a guy the other day asking someone if a particular lapel pin looked like a flower. He said pretty much that he wouldn’t be caught dead wearing some girly thing. I get that. Some things are not conducive … Continue reading

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I bet you can’t watch this to the end

Good ol Neil, the hero to sooo many so-called intellectuals. His fav line: ‘I’m not tellin you how to think,’ and, ‘you are not doing science.’ I love how he dismissed Ptolemy too. Then he bloviates: ‘God is an ever … Continue reading

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