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.

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.

Deducing Life in Zero-G

The creation of gravity is one thing, but how do we deduce that life began before it? There are several clues. One involves the scriptural metaphor that milk has to come before solid food.

Hypothesis 26

Something really odd happened during the development of what we call mainstream theology. Somewhere along the line the words formless and void, have been taken to mean that there was nothing.

The ISS isn’t Zero-G

If Earth is the center of gravity of the observable universe, then the observable universe is in the gravitational field of Earth. The strength of the field is inversely proportional to the square of the distance from Earth.

Soup or Milk?

Popular science (SciPop) came up with the theory of abiogenesis in a primordial soup many years ago. Then amino acids were made from simple precursors in a lab and SciPop decided that it had proven its theory.

Life Before Oxygen

In the Matty's Paradigm narrative cellular life originates in water in zero-G, before there was an atmosphere. Here's some science lingo attempting to explain super-sized prokaryotic cells in an environment with no oxygen.