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The Birth of Science: May 28, 585 BC

Solar Eclipse of Thales The Eclipse of Thales was a solar eclipse that was, according to The Histories of Herodotus, accurately predicted by the Greek philosopher Thales of Miletus. If Herodotus’s account is accurate, this eclipse is the earliest recorded … Continue reading

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The Older Sheldon Shows Ends

Not with a Big Bang, but a Whimper It was the finale of The Big Bang Theory last night. It seemed almost anticlimactic for a series that has run for 12 years on the evolution of its main character, Sheldon … Continue reading

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We’re Not Very “Smart”, Are We?

It’s New: It Must Be Good… “Smart” anything is a warning label. Big Brother has found a way to control your environment, and ultimately you, too. Just ask David Icke… The real reason for Smart Meters is hidden behind bullshit … Continue reading

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The Illuminati

  Angels & Demons Although Ron Howard’s filmed version of Dan Brown’s book follows The Da Vinci Code this book actually precedes it. I’m not sure if Dan Brown has something against the Roman Catholic Church or whether its need for … Continue reading

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Chaos Theory: the Butterfly Effect

Can One Small Act Lead to Change? We like to think so, but the concept is counter-intuitive at best. After all, one person cannot effect change in the greater world, can they? The idea of the Butterfly Effect has taken … Continue reading

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The Seven Angels of Revelation

Sometimes, we cannot see the Truth, even when it’s staring us in the face. Sometimes, we have to look at things as if in a mirror (“through a glass, darkly” 1 Corinthians 13:12). So, in a blinding moment of recognition, … Continue reading

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Humanism: Another Way?

  Evolution versus Creation Dan Brown, in his latest novel, Origin, has done it again. He has taken the questions we all ask ourselves (“Where did we came from?” “Where are we going?”) and spun another tale of suspense and … Continue reading

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