## Newton’s Perpetual Motion Machine

Every particle in the universe is emitting a stream of bosons all the time in proportion to its total energy, which takes energy, so why isn't the universe cooling off and running out of energy?

## Deductive Questioning

Deductive reasoning is a way to use logic to deduce the answers to questions, but it's also used to deduce which questions we should be asking. We use a technique which we call deductive questioning.

## When is the Soul?

According to the Psalmist, King David, we were curiously wrought in the lowest parts of the Earth. A gravitational singularity to be precise. Here's another thought in the form of a deductive question:

## What is the Soul?

Complicated deduction is an exercise in mental agility, but sometimes things fall in your lap. We have an explicit statement that the human soul is a gravity node. How so? God has put eternity, a singularity, in our hearts.

## The Foundations of Heaven

Knowing how the firmament is constructed lets us interpret scripture and account for empirical observations of the cosmos, including 90% of the mass of the universe that mainstream science (SciPop) can't find.

## Time no Longer

How could there be no night in the new Jerusalem for ever and ever but, at the same time, day and night in the lake of fire for ever and ever? Physics and our unified theory of everything resolve this perfectly.

## Deductive Reasoning

It's not a good idea to pull Bible passages out of context because we've decided what we want them to mean and then proclaim that we have some new doctrine. That's inductive reasoning, or eisegesis.

## The End from the Beginning

We have to know the end from the beginning and the beginning from the end. When we understand beginning and end we can see that they are conceptually, and to a great extent physically, equivalent.

## Method

A common response to the human soul is that there isn't one because science can't detect it. However, we first detected gravitational waves in 2015. What else can't science detect? We don't know, science can't detect it.

## Introduction

Gravity isn't merely an implicit property of space-time as popular science (SciPop) has conveniently chosen to believe. That's merely an opportunistic rationalization of circumstantial evidence.