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The Nature of Time

The concept of time is often misunderstood.

Time isn’t linear. Time isn’t an undeviating river. That time is unswerving is an assumption that unfortunately hasn’t been challenged, and is indeed a wrong one. 384 more words

Math

In the beginning...

Fulfilled Prophecy: Evidence for the Reliability of the Bible

August 22, 2003

Unique among all books ever written, the Bible accurately foretells specific events in detail many years, sometimes centuries, before they occur. 1,916 more words

Biblical Number Of Completion Or Perfection

WORMHOLES, SOCKS, AND TUPPERWARE - ELLIN CURLEY

Who doesn’t wonder where the other sock from the pair went when it disappeared from the dryer? Don’t you wonder where they’ve gone? It seems to me that with every load of laundry, a pair of socks goes in, but only one comes out. 300 more words

Humor

Fishy happenings in Rune Factory: Frontier (Wii)

The Rune Factory series, a spinoff of the Harvest Moon franchise, eerily responds to all my criticisms of a recent Harvest Moon game. Frontier boasts an impressive cast of likable characters, enjoyable gameplay, solid storytelling, and… 902 more words

Reviews

Adventures in Writing: Part 8 of 20?

Take 20 words chosen at random. Put them in a bowl. Draw one and write something about it.

Simple? Maybe not.

Present
The present is that infinitely small slice of the space-time continuum in which I travel. 153 more words

Writing

Dreams: High School Movies

It’s a dream where the past and present live as one. Where you’re sitting in a room, like a teenager, engaged in whatever teenage emotion that presents itself, and then you walk out the door and you’re dealing with a boss (you) that you wouldn’t meet until twenty years later. 679 more words

Time Travel with God

In “God the Multitasker”, I pondered how God is able to simultaneously deal with every aspect of our universe and each one of us individually. 1,379 more words

Random Thoughts