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Time is as old as God.
Anyone who persists with any of the illogically unscientific notions that: The universe is more than just a spontaneous accident; Anything is greater than the sum of its parts; There is true meaning or purpose to anything; Guilt is more … Continue reading
“Life is too short…” That’s what I hear. But I disagree. Some days life seems too damn long. This is what I’ve found: *Youth* is too short. But truly ‘youth’ is all in the mind. Make it last. 🙂
Life isn’t fair! At least that’s what I often tell myself. But nearly as often I remind myself that I am unqualified to make that judgment – I do not really know what life is. I have faith in God’s … Continue reading
It’s easy to create a universe. First, imagine a Big Bang in which the stuff of the universe spews outward and slowly congeals into stars, planets and other astronomical matter. Next, imagine that one of those planets you’ve just envisioned … Continue reading
If we start with the premise that there is nothing more than the observable universe, we are stuck with seemingly inescapable conclusion that the universe could not have been created because there was no time or space prior to the Big … Continue reading