Posts Tagged ‘Big bang’

27th January
2011
written by Cullen Webb

My family has been upgrading their phones recently.  I’m a huge fan of Google, so when they asked me to help pick a few out, I pointed towards Android devices.  Mine hasn’t come in the mail yet, but I’ve been able to geek out on my parents phones.

I’ve been spending this time in awe of how such a small device can be so efficient and connected with things around it.  I’m not that old, but I remember when you could hurt your arm trying to pull the antenna out on the older generation phones.

I’ve been thinking about how clever we are to have harnessed the power of the sun, wind, and water.  We have cars that can travel miles in minutes, buildings scraping the sky, and medicine to cure illness.

And then I looked in the mirror and caught a glimpse of my eye.  I watched as it instantly reacted to different levels of light. How it seamlessly, and without my command, adapted to give me vision.

Instant humility.

We don’t even come close.  As Thomas Edison said, “We don’t know a millionth of one percent about anything.”

Jeremiah 1:5-6
“Before I formed thee in the belly I knew thee; and before thou camest forth out of the womb I sanctified thee, and I ordained thee a prophet unto the nations.  Then said I, Ah, Lord GOD! behold, I cannot speak: for I am a child.”

-Cullen Webb

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25th May
2009
written by Cullen Webb

 

Helicopter seed

 

Tell me, how did this evolve? Why did it evolve?
When did the tree figure out that the seeds were not going out far enough? Why did it come up with something so different  from what every other tree was doing?
It would have been allot easier for it to evolve a rolling seed, like the apple tree. But no, the Maple tree has a awesome, “helicopter” seed.  I believe God wanted to show off on this tree.

I see that all over creation. If things truly were able to evolve slowly into new creatures, certain clever factors in nature would not exist. Why would they? Evolution can only explain the bare necessites in creatures, and then only barely. Where and why did color appear in animals? Camoflauge you say? Oh. Well why did color appear in the plants?

*sigh*

Maybe there are some answers out there. But they will probably delve into speculation and lean on un-proved facts.

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22nd April
2009
written by Cullen Webb

“The present human population supports the Genesis record. According to known historical records, the world’s population doubles approximately every 100 years. This population doubling has happened even faster in the last few hundred years, taking place about every 60 years.

Starting with an origional population of eight people from the ark (Noah’s family), one can easily calculate that the population would have to double itself a little over 26 times to produce the present world population. If the most straightforward understanding of the Bible is correct, Noah lived about 4,500 years ago. This gives an average doubling interval of almost 166 years, which is really conservative when compared to the observed doubling rate of approximately 100 years.

Now let’s assume that evolution is correct and that some apelike creatures turned into into people approximately 1.000.000 years ago. You can calculate how many people there should be on Earth based on the historical rate of a population doubling (once every 166 years), starting with two former “ape-people” , and doubling their population every 166 years for 1,000,000 years (6,000 times). The result is more people on the earth than there are atoms in the entire universe. If people have been around for as long as evolutionists tell us, why aren’t there more people and where are all the bodies?”
(The above is quoted from ‘A closer look at the evidence’, by Richard and Tina Kleiss)

Now, I have no idea how they would calculate the ammount of atoms in the universe. But the idea is simple: There are not enough people to back it up.

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23rd September
2008
written by Cullen Webb

Large Hadron Collider.

Im no physicist, but ultimately what they are trying to do is re-create a small big bang.

The equiptment is built over a circumfrence of 16.7 miles (27 kilometers). I cannot imagine the cost of this.  Eight thousand physicists have been on staff to produce this thing. They say that even if it does work, the result will be so small that they have had to create special camera’s and reader’s to catch it.

Others say it will blow up the earth.

Again, I am no physicist of any kind. but I have watched so many other experiments that attempt to prove evolution go under.

CERN

CERN

 Although the initial projected cost was much lower, they have now come to the conclusion that the Collider will cost 3,080,000,000 CHF. Why did you and I have to pay for this?

 

It will launch in October , I’ll keep you posted.

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