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Drawing with or without lenses and mirrors. Craving for meaning in life. Science as a dead-end.

In a paper published in the Journal of Optics, Mr. O’Neill lays out a theory that Rembrandt set up flat and concave mirrors to project his subjects – including himself – onto surfaces before painting or etching them. 293 more words

Tracks of Time: Could Tracks in Turkey be 14 Million Years Old?

Did you know that there are mysterious tracks called “cart tracks” all over Southern Europe.  From Turkey, to Italy, to Malta, to Spain, these tracks are embedded into the rock hard surface land features, some even going up and down at a nearly vertical angle. 276 more words

Ancient Civilization

Be Honest! No One Believes What They Only See!

Fresh Manna
by Pastor Tim Burt

Someone wrote me today and said something rudely and profane. My paraphrase of it was, he asked me to have God remove the cat poo from his front yard and then told me to wake up and leave my fantasy world. 966 more words

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EVERYONE HAS FAITH

Everyone has faith- in someone or something.

We have faith in our parents. When we are young we trust them and believe they are the wisest people around and can work miracles. 512 more words

Facts and Theories

By Andy May

Sometimes people ask climate skeptics if they believe in evolution or gravity. They want to ridicule our skepticism by equating man-made climate change to evolution or gravity. 168 more words

Climate Change

The Dorchester Pot: A 600 Million Year Old Artifact

If it looks like a dog, and acts like a dog, then it is must not be a dog.  Does this make sense?  Of course not because it would be illogical to come to this conclusion.  421 more words

Ancient Civilizations

Does multilingualism make you smarter?

The mind of the polyglot is a very particular thing, and scientists are only beginning to look closely at how acquiring a second language influences learning, behavior and the very structure of the brain itself.

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Polyglot