Category Archives: Science and Mathematics

“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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Are You Willing to Bet Your Life on It?

Blaise Pascal (June 19, 1623 – August 19, 1662) Now, here’s an interesting bit of wisdom from the 17th century, as discussed in “The Truth Behind the Bible Code”: “Pascal’s wager” is his application of statistical mathematics — not quite … Continue reading

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Kabbalah: “It’s Written in the Book of Life”

The Truth Behind the Bible Code (1997) I’ve had this book since 2013 (before I started writing these blogs). I’ve alluded to it several times, most specifically to suggest that someone from the future went back to the past to … Continue reading

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Kabbalah: When Adam Named Water

מים If you have eyes that see, you will understand that this one word has so much behind it.

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In the Beginning…

Science and the Akashic Field: An Integral Theory of Everything I’m reading three books at the moment. As usually happens, I’ve come across a series of things that could be considered synchronicity. The A-Field Effect in the Cosmos As we … Continue reading

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