We’ve drawn together three distinct lines of deductive reasoning to confirm that the soul is a gravity node. Now we need experimental confirmation of our hypothesis. Is there a way to test the hypothesis that the soul is a gravity node?
The first axiom of popular science (SciPop) is There's a causal relationship between space-time and gravity. It's Newton's law of universal gravitation. Dark matter is a major deity in the atheist pantheon assigned to defend this axiom.
After repeated failures to detect dark matter, whoever comes up with an explanation of why we can't detect it which enhances the popular science narrative of godless existence (SciPop), will get a Nobel Prize.
All current cosmological models show that somewhere between %80-85 of the mass of the universe is missing. Based on our understanding of particle physics we can move this number up to %90. Where is it?
By the end of the first day, there was a watery matrix that included atoms and molecules, cellular and multi-cellular life with replicating DNA, and the life forms we know of as Precambrian fossils.
Sometimes we just need to gather up our thoughts. We can ponder things in such a way that we see a theme, and then we develop the theme by picking through some scripture. The word chosen occurs in a couple of Jesus' parables.
Now there's another anniversary for this date. Today is two years since Matty's Paradigm became an LLC. The American adventure continues, and so too does the Christian race.
"Heterospory and the seed habit" is scientific smoke and mirrors. It sounds technical, so most folk will probably assume that so long as someone else understands it, then everything's okay.
Dark matter can't be detected. That's because it doesn't exist. That doesn't matter, people are still looking for it. It's an example of how we use faith in science.
This is a very sad state to be in. Literally soul-destroying. Here perdition is used to refer to people who hear the Word of God, and come under the conviction of the Holy Spirit, but they draw back.