You've got to laugh at the theory of abiogenesis. Without any known mechanism that enables dead material to come to life, and against known physical laws that would actually prevent it, there are those who cling to their faith that someday, we'll find out how to make 1+1 equal three.

Remember, they once frothed at the mouth, insisting that life initially formed on earth. However, they now realize the fruitlessness and unsustainability of that myth, so they are turning to extraterrestrial sources: Mars!

We were created by an Alien being, so they're getting closer to the truth...

2013-08-29 at 07:44:43 | 4 comments

There is nothing inherently evil about eating of the fruit of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil. Outside of God's command to refrain from it, it is simply food. Nobody gets hurt eating it. So why the command to stay away from it?

The tree is like a voting booth. So long as you obey God's command to not eat from it, you vote Him as Lord of your life. If you eat from it, according to the command of Satan, then you vote Satan as Lord of your life.

Adam and Eve voted for Satan and had to leave God's paradise.

Is there a voting booth for us today? Yes. The commandment to keep the Sabbath day.

Outside of God's fourth commandment, it really wouldn't matter what day you choose to "rest." It does not hurt anyone for you to rest or work on any particular day.

But God says, "Remember the Sabbath day, to keep it holy."

Satan says, "You don't have to obey the Sabbath commandment."

Who will get your vote today?

2013-08-16 at 08:11:39 | 3 comments

"He causes all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and slave, to receive a mark on their right hand or on their foreheads, and that no one may buy or sell except one who has the mark or the name of the beast, or the number of his name" (Rev. 13:16-17).

This requires a tyrannical government/power.

As an Adventist, these current events do not surprise me. Things have been headed this way for quite a while now, and not just because some naive (stupid, idiotic) human beings want more control over their subjects, or more power, or more wealth. There is a power behind it all who seeks the worship of or destruction of all humankind... Satan. His tactics are force and deception, and so you'll be seeing force applied and lots of deception.

The only surprising thing might be that it's been so quick, and seems to be getting quicker. But even that was foretold, "the final movements will be rapid ones."

Why Jesus

What's Coming Next

2013-06-06 at 21:01:10 | 18 comments

One, the state co-opted a religious institution (marriage), and started giving benefits for it. (Doesn't matter why, though I suspect to encourage population growth or an increasing population of tax payers.) This crosses the separation of church and state principle. Government should not turn a religious institution into a civil one. (You know, like a day of worship...) We don't live in a theocracy, so it doesn't matter how your religion defines marriage. It is a religious institution and the government should have no say in the matter.

Two, if you want the government involved in marriage, and you're going to give rewards (tax benefits, asset transfer, etc.) to two people who enter a coupling contract, you can't arbitrarily disallow others to enter that same contract and receive those same rewards. You're giving one class of citizen a benefit that is out of reach of another. It's like giving a benefit to right-handed people only, or whites only. It is immoral and unethical and is anathema* to liberty. (*Oh, the irony!)

Three, you have to understand that if you give tax benefits to civil unions/marriages of two people contracting to commingle assets (and that's really all it is in the perception of the state), you have to also extend those benefits to three people contracting to commingle assets. As well as 4, 5, or 6 people... So long as all are consenting adults, it is unethical to deny benefits to this category of contracted union (bigamy, polygamy) while allowing those same benefits to another classification of contracted union (monogamy).

The solution to all this is: the government should get OUT of the "marriage" business.

2013-03-26 at 21:56:35 | 9 comments

Q: What happens when an unstoppable force meets an immovable object?

A: We discover either there's no such thing as an unstoppable force, or there's no such thing as an immovable object.

Next question...

2012-06-15 at 09:58:40 | 1 comment

Vengeance is the Lord's. And how beautiful will be that vengeance, even if I'm caught up in it. It means no more pain. No more suffering. I welcome the vengeance of the Lord, for I desire peace and joy for all.

2012-06-13 at 11:06:01 | 16 comments

How do I know there's only one universe? The same reason I know time travel to the past is impossible. If it were possible, we'd already see evidence of it because somebody would have already been back here (even if they weren't supposed to).

How does this relate to multiple universes? Well, the only reason we have a multiverse theory is because the possibility of our existence is so remote, scientists realized it was illogical to believe life could spring up into existence in one universe. But, if you posit an infinite number of universes, well, then... ANYTHING is possible!

And therein is your problem. It's kinda like the grandpa paradox for time travel. The one thing that destroys this entire multiverse stupidity is that in one of those infinite universes, someone has discovered not only how to travel to other universes, but how to destroy them all. And since we're still here, well...

There's only one universe, and we're in it. Any other theory is simply a fairy tale.

2011-11-30 at 11:44:28 | 12 comments

Since nobody reads this blog, it will be for my posterity...

  • I love the winter! It's so much easier to conceal carry.
  • I don't like Obama as much as I don't like Bush. Libtards are confused by this.
  • Are Facebook posts admissible evidence in murder cases? A friend of mine wants to know.
  • A willingness to die for one's country, while noble, is counterproductive. A patriot is more valuable alive! The truly passionate patriot is willing to kill for liberty. This also applies to love.

(Maybe more later...)

2011-10-27 at 14:23:53 | 2 comments

It's amazing that despite the number of times the theory of evolution has been falsified, it still floats.

So I came up with a clever idea: presenting, the Theory of Christianity!

Those who believe in evolution (and, yes, it is a belief system) will have to embrace it because it is far more secure in its hypothesis than evolution ever has been! HA!

2011-09-15 at 10:10:19 | 1 comment

My high score for Nornissodee is now 782.

I consider any program I write to be an extension of myself; therefore, anything that my program does, I have done.

I wrote a tiny app that lets me play Carcassonne Solitaire on my PC. The cool thing is it lets me see the tile pile in advance, move tiles around after I've placed them; you know, tinker. You could do this on a tabletop with a Carcassonne game set, except it would be way slower figuring it all out. And far more complicated than your brain can handle. But my brain created an extension of itself and can now solve them quickly and easily (not like solve a puzzle, but like solve a chess problem). How fun is that?!? Very fun.

Here is a screenshot of the app.

(The score in the upper right corner is inaccurate. There's a little bug somewhere that I'll squish sometime during the next few evenings when I have a spare moment.)

All of life is filled with algorithms. I like finding the best ones.

P.S. What's your best score for Nornissodee? Any other tile set? I can probably beat it. :)
P.P.S. I gotta give mad props to OpenEuphoria (the programming language I used to develop this app), and wxEuphoria, the wxWidgets interface for OpenEuphoria developed and maintained by Matt Lewis, a very helpful and generous guy. Finally, wxFormBuilder made the GUI development so quick and easy. Almost too easy.

2011-09-08 at 20:22:32 | 6 comments

The greatest injustice is that the Greatest Innocent suffered the greatest punishment so that the greatest wicked could be redeemed. This is the greatest love, not fair at all... thank God for that.

2011-07-24 at 19:25:22 | 16 comments

Adam Kokesh and others have initiated an event for July 4 this year which I support. I tried to post this to Facebook but it has a limited word count. So, here it is in full:

If you think about it, the very country that has shed blood and sacrificed lives defending our freedoms is now shedding blood and murdering to take them away. This country was founded to uphold and protect individual liberty. It is now being used to enslave us and restrict our natural rights.

America the eagle has become America the dragon. THIS IS WHY WE PROTEST.

I love my country. I'm in awe of how blessed I am to have been born here. We all are so lucky. Truly, this should unite us and encourage us to respect one another and to retain what has been given to us through struggle and sacrifice. Should we just let it slip away?

I love my country. I hate my government. It is robbing me, my children, and my children's children to pay for illegal and unjust wars, entitlements I don't support, and "art" I don't value.

It is time to slaughter the dragon and resurrect the eagle.

It is time for us to get back to individual liberty and personal responsibility. It is time for us to get back to respect and charity. We must throw off the shackles of our "leaders." We peacefully asked for the shackles to be removed. They declined. So now we must throw them off.

We have, now, for many years, attempted to find restoration through legal means. We have peacefully requested our liberties be returned to us. We have respectfully preached true liberty. These requests have gone unheeded. They have been ignored. So now, we must go to Plan B, which is not so peaceful and not so respectful. Do not say we did not give the beast a chance. Do not say our petitions were not made. Do not say our voices were not heard.

2012. A turning point? 2012. America's watershed moment. Will America wake up to what's right, or will she continue to suckle the government teat? Will we elect someone who loves liberty, or someone who loves power and wealth? It is the last chance we have to avoid violence, because if we don't get our liberty back, we're going to take it back.

Those who disagree with this display of original independence are zombie "patriots" and need to wake up. You would have been on the King's side in American Revolution 1.0! Comes American Revolution 2.0... with whom shall you stand?! STAND WITH US! With whom shall you fight? FIGHT WITH US!


2011-06-11 at 08:54:07 | Comment...

At this moment in time...

  1. Ricky Gervais
  2. Carl Sagan
  3. Davy

All of whom I'll have to kill in the name of Jesus (except Carl, of course) if they don't change their ways.

2011-05-09 at 17:30:04 | 6 comments

"Texas retailers collect and remit sales taxes every day — whether the sale happens in a store or online," said Danny Diaz, a spokesman for [the Alliance for Main Street Fairness, a lobbying group for small businesses working to eliminate Internet sales tax loopholes]. " was asked to play by the same rules, and has responded by eliminating hundreds of Texas jobs. Amazon could have chosen to collect the sales tax as Texas retailers do, but instead they opted to protect their special sales tax loophole to the detriment of hardworking families." (Full Article)

Amazon has chosen to do what's best for their bottom line and avoid Texas' job-killing taxes and regulations. If Texas would ease up on those restrictions, they would attract businesses and jobs.

When any business finds that it can compete better elsewhere, it will go elsewhere.

2011-02-11 at 07:30:59 | 1 comment

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