Category Archives: Science and Mathematics

Be Honest Now: How Many Social Bubbles Are You In?

COVID-19 is Contagious, Isn’t It? It’s been on my mind, lately. It’s all well and fine to suggest that gatherings of ANY kind should be limited to 10 people, but that’s not really what causes this virus to spread. It’s … Continue reading

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We Are Being Warned: But Are We Listening?

neXt (2020) This television series premiered on FOX (in the States) and Global (in Canada) last night. Notice the X in the title. What have I told you before about “X”? *Warning, warning!* Here’s a synopsis of the show, from … Continue reading

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It’s About God: The Secrets of 613 in the Torah

The 613 Commandments I got an email yesterday from myjewishlearning.com seeking a donation of $6.13. It suggested that by my doing so I would be performing one of the 613 mitzvahs as instructed in the first five books of the … Continue reading

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A Show that Dials Up Space Adventure

Stargate SG-1 (1997 – 2007) So here’s the thing: I never watched a single episode of this sci-fi show, but now I think I should have. It was obviously a catalyst for David Wilcock, especially in its early years, because … Continue reading

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“Can I Be Manipulated? Can You?”

The Great Hack (2019) From Wikipedia: The Great Hack is a 2019 documentary film about the Facebook–Cambridge Analytica data scandal, produced and directed by Jehane Noujaim and Karim Amer, both previous documentary Academy Award nominees (The Square, Control Room, Startup.com). … Continue reading

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“Television is a Gift of God.”

Philo T. Farnsworth (August 19, 1906 – March 11, 1971) Today in history (in 1927), Philo Farnsworth demonstrated, to his lab assistants, the first image (of a single line) on a television receiver. “There you are – electronic television!” And … Continue reading

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February 23, 303 AD: The Day Fascism Was Born?

The Empire Strikes Back at Christianity I’m reading a book about the New Testament, called Encountering The Manuscripts, by Phillip Comfort. There is a passage describing what Diocletian did on this day: What we do know is that by the … Continue reading

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Around the World in 1,122 Days

Today, in history, Victoria (the ship) returns from circumnavigating the world in 1522. Since the times of embarking and returning are my own invention, I wouldn’t have expected to see any significant. But. come to think about it: this is … Continue reading

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How Old Was the Universe When Mankind Showed Up?

Science Says: 13.7 Billion Years I’m now reading the appendices of “The Truth Behind the Bible Code” and wouldn’t you know it: an understanding that I had since my childhood has yielded some ‘proof’ of sorts for when God created … Continue reading

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Her Father’s Daughter: a Martyred Feminist?

Hypatia of Alexandria I was alerted to this individual by a post on Facebook, no less. Her death in 415 AD looks like a simple hate crime, and not because she was a proto-feminist but because she ‘knew’ too much, … Continue reading

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