Argh. I was Googling to try and find out in what context that might be true, and I wound up at this site:JeTSpice wrote:CERN has the same number of alpha-numeric symbols as....Spoiler! :
Heh, I knew it, the concept of Mecha Clinto was grounded in scripture all along. ROCK SOLID.This statement is taken to mean that Jesus knew the secret of the Light Body, which, really is the secret of time travel via wormholes.
http://isitchristmas.com/ is another favorite site of similar design.HanClinto wrote:This is another site I like to use to get live status updates on the LHC:
Actually, whether you're creationist or evolutionist, the results that the LHC will reveal will benefit everyone, and not just prove or disprove the Big Bang. It may even help us develop a new energy source, that way you can stop spending money for gas in your car and go feed an with that cash orphan if you really want to.iTreverend wrote:Why are they even trying to build a machine to imitate the big bang? It's nonsense. Also they were talking about the price of that machine and how much moolah it cost them to build and I guess with the money they invested into it they could feed the world for years. Oh and get this, America alone spends enough on just ice cream that we could pay for the whole world to eat. And instead of helping people we spend our money so foolishly to replicate something scientist are not even sure ever happened. It would be interesting because they are doing more with it than to test the big bang theory but the amount of $$$ they spent on it makes me cringe especially since I been to some poverty places.
Actually we're in debt. It may seem like we're wealthy, but we have a huge debt. So I want to see how much money other governments have given in outreach's, Christian missions, disaster aid and overall charity.iTreverend wrote:And Americans live like kings and we have the highest stress levels and most suicides.
I may or may not agree with their use of the machine. But it is their money. What right do you or I have to tell them what do with it? As long as it's not sponsored in anyway by taxpayer dollars I have no right to decide what they should do with the money.iTreverend wrote:Money won't fix their problem but it would be better than spending it on a "big bang" machine. And maybe I sound biased but after I witnessed that I can't change how I feel. It's a life changing thing. And the ice cream thing wasn't my example, I got it from a book I read that some Pastor wrote.
I see a contradiction here. Why are you trusting God to do one thing, but not another? Not to say I'm against feeding the poor.iTreverend wrote:And it's pretty sad... that we can even say we want to invest in our economy and create jobs rather than feed dying African children who have no food, and we're worried about jobs? God will provide the jobs and we can trust in Him. But I know manna won't come down from Heaven for them.
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