Category Archives: [pseudo]Science

My (mis)understanding of current theorums and hypotheses which have caught my attention

Religion vs. Science: Will There Ever Be a Compromise?

Will religion and science ever be compatible? Religion accepts authority as truth while science accepts truth as authority. While religion and science may sometimes agree isn’t this just a matter of mere coincidence? If science contradicts some of the specific “facts” … Continue reading

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Is God Supernatural?

If God is supernatural, wouldn’t scientific proof of God’s existence also prove that He doesn’t exist? Consider that anything which can be proven scientifically is automatically relegated to to the realm of natural phenomenon. Is a god which is not … Continue reading

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Does Perfect Order Exist?

It is true that randomness exists at a quantum level. But as all things in the universe react to one another doesn’t this make all things random to some degree? To say that “perfect” or “absolute” order exists in any … Continue reading

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Noah’s Ark and the Great Flood

Clearly, from a purely scientific point of view, a worldwide flood did not and could not have occurred in 2348 BC. There is absolutely zero credible scientific evidence whatsoever to support this flood scenario. Not withstanding, sixty percent of American’s believe the flood occurred … Continue reading

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Ant Man

I was watching the movie, Ant Man, the other day and it got me to thinking about some simple physics. Ants are said to be extremely strong – able to lift 10 times their own weight or more. What you … Continue reading

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Back to the Future

Suppose you could go back in time to relive last week. Winning the lottery would be a cinch, right? Wrong. Even if you memorized the winning numbers from last week’s lottery, chances are, they would be different this time around. … Continue reading

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Granular Spacetime Means Limited Possibilities

The universe is not homogenous. It is “grainy”. In other words, there is a maximum number of divisions that one can make on an imaginary clock or an imaginary ruler. The smallest possible unit of time is about about 10 to the minus 43 … Continue reading

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One-way Ticket To Anywhere In the Universe

I was just ruminating on Einstein’s Theory of Relativity today and realized that you could theoretically travel anywhere in the universe in less than a year (your time). Let’s suppose you hopped aboard a rocket ship, destination 14 billion light years away.  This … Continue reading

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Is Time Consistent?

How do we know time travels in one direction at a consistent pace? If time went backwards we would forget the future and all evidence of it would be undone. If it sped up or slowed down our awareness would … Continue reading

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