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Science: The Bible Is Scientific: References
What's New?: Intelligent Design and the Fallacy of Annihilation
Science Blog Network
* Engadget, multilingual technology blog
network: gadgets/consumer electronics
* ScienceBlogs: ScienceBlogs™
- Last 24 Hours
* Top Science Teacher Blogs (USA)
* vascoda: [vascoda-Blog] (German)
- Google™ Translate: Subject Portals
* Science Festival
- Specific Science Festivals Worldwide
JOURNALISM & LITERATURE
* How It Works Magazine
* OMICS International | Open Access
* Scholarly Open Access
* Science 2.0 - ®
* Science Writing Organizations
- Council of Science Editors: Links
* Scientific Literature: Springer Link
- Scientific Journal: List of Journals
- Search | Royal Society Publishing
- Media and
* Digital Trends | Technology News
* EurekAlert! - Science News
Futurism and Tech News.
* Latest Science News - Telegraph
Discoveries, space, earth & technology.
* Nature News
* New Scientist.com
Science and technology news service.
* News | Science | AAAS
Up to the minute news and features.
* redOrbit - News
Science, space, technology, health.
News and articles in science,
health, environment and technology.
Science, space and technology news.
Space news as it happens.
* US National Science Foundation News
* World Science - Science News
* Popular Science: Top 15 Most Popular
- Ask.com: Ask a Scientist
- Discover Magazine
- Discovery Communications, Inc.
- Discovery Channel
- Educational Programs | ANL
- Learning Center: Classroom Resources
- List of Science Magazines
- Popular Science
New technology, science news
and the future now.
- Scientific American™: Ask the Experts
Tracking key changes in technology.
* Science Outreach
* Windows to the Universe
IAP - Academies
* AAAS: Science NetLinks
American Association for
the Advancement of Science.
Largest general scientific society.
* Internet Resources
Science & Technology Studies Services.
* National Academies
United States news & information;
advisers to the nation on science,
engineering and medicine.
News & information about science,
technology and the developing world.
* Science & Technology by Country
* Web Pages for Scholarly Societies
and SCIENCE SEARCH:
Science - Portal:Science - Topic Outline of Science
WorldWideScience: Alliance Members
Global science gateway comprised of national
and international scientific databases and portals.
Science web directory, tutor, research and learning center for everyone.
* E. L. Easton - English - Science - Math
* Global Change Master Directory (GCMD)
- Links to Related Earth Science Sites/Resources
* HighWire Press® - Stanford University Library
One of the two largest free-full text science archives on earth.
* Index of Science Tracer Bullets Online
Science reference services at the Library of Congress.
* International Center for Scientific Research - CIRS
* Internet Resources: Science
- Science NetLinks
Comprehensive “homepage” for K-12 science educators, students and parents.
* Learned Society Resources
* McGraw-Hill's AccessScience
McGraw-Hill's Encyclopedia of Science & Technology.
* National Science Teachers Association: NSTA Learning Center
United States science and education resource.
* NSDL - The National Science Digital Library: Sitemap
Resources and tools that support innovations in teaching and learning
at all levels of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics education.
- NSDL Browse Options
- Browse All Collections
- A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
- Partners | NSDL.org
- AMSER: Applied Math & Science Education Repository
- BEN: BiosciEdNet
- ChemEd DL: Chemical Education Digital Library
- CLEAN - Climate Literacy & Energy Awareness Network
- ComPADRE.org - Resources for Physics & Astronomy Education
- Computing Portal | Connecting Computing Educators
- CSERD: Computational Science Education Reference Desk
- DLESE: Digital Library for Earth System Education
- iCPALMS - Instructional Resources
- MatDL: Materials Digital Library Pathway
- Mathematical Association of America
- mathlanding.org - Resources & Tools for Elementary Math Specialists & Teachers
- Middle School Portal - The Network For Middle School Math & Science Teachers
- PBS LearningMedia™ - Collection of Tens of Thousands of Resources
- Search, Collect & Share | SMILE
- Teach the Earth - SERC Portal for Geoscience Educators
- TeachEngineering.org and Teach Engineering Digital Library
- Integrated Teaching & Learning Program & Laboratory
- Teaching With Data - Pathway To Quantitative Literacy In The Social Sciences
* Public Library of Science
World's scientific and medical literature a public resource.
* Science Reference Services
Library of Congress.
USA.gov for science.
* Scientific Search Engines
- List of Academic Databases & Search Engines
* SCORE - Science
Schools of California online resource for education. Developed to assist
K-12 students and teachers in locating quality resources on the Internet.
* VoS - Voice of the Shuttle
Science, technology and culture.
ENGINEERING and TECHNOLOGY:
MATH: Mathematics - Portal:Logic: Mathematical Logic
Newcomen Society for the History of Engineering and Technology
Oldest society in the world specializing in history of engineering and technology.
ENGINEERING: Portal:Engineering - Topic Outline of Engineering
* ASEE.org - American Society for Engineering Education
* Efunda: Ultimate Online Reference for Engineers
* IEEE History Center
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc.
* National Academies - Engineering
* TeachEngineering Digital Collection
* Ultimate Civil Engineering Directory™
- ICE Virtual Library
* Virtual Library: Engineering
TECHNOLOGY: Portal:Technology - Topic Outline of Technology
* Computer - Internet - Software: Genealogy Programs Support
Editable free mega database of technology companies, people and investors.
- Financial Organizations
* EServer Technical Communication Library
Single most comprehensive technical communication body of knowledge
in the world. Free, open-access, human-edited directory of online resources
for people who produce, manage, archive, and distribute technical information.
Serves technical communicators (such as technical writers), editors and publishers,
researchers, illustrators, animators - multimedia developers, instructional designers -
educators, web designers, instructional designers, user experience designers,
and others who concern themselves with how to improve human communications.
It collects no personally identifiable user information.
* Electronics: Portal:Electronics
Student, teacher career information on math, science and technology careers.
* Internet Resources: Technology
* Lemelson Center
Study of invention and innovation.
* Mahalo.com: Topics (Family History - Genealogy)
- How Everyday Things are Made
- How Products Are Made
- How Stuff Works™
Have you ever wondered how the engine in your car works or what makes
the inside of your refrigerator cold? Then How Stuff Works is the place for you.
EXPLORING and EXPERIMENTS: Experiment
Philosophy of Science: Portal
Timeline of Scientific Experiments: List of Discoveries
* Amateur Scientist Sites With Original Experiments
Includes additional science related resources.
* Color Matters
Everything about color.
Experience math and science with Gizmos™.
Online simulations that power inquiry and understanding.
Museum of science, art and human perception.
- Exploratorium® Science Snacks
* Explorit Science Center
Located in Davis, California.
* Frank Potter's Science Gems
Science resources sorted by category, sub category, and grade level.
* Fun Science Gallery: Science Experiments
Scientific experiments for amateur scientists and schools.
* Hands-on Science Centers Worldwide
Public museums with a strong emphasis on interactive science education.
* IPPEX Online
Module presents many of the basic concepts involved
with Electricity and Magnetism, static charge, moving charge,
voltage, resistance, current magnetism and its relation to electricity.
* Kinetic City
Collection of science experiments, games, activities and challenges.
* Science Explorations | Scholastic.com
Dig deep into top science topics with online activities and expert input
from the American Museum of Natural History in New York City.
* Science Fairs: Science Fair Directory
- Science Project: Science Fair Handbook
Sets of key steps to undertake when starting projects.
- Hundreds of Science Fair Projects For Students
- Science Fair Project Ideas, Answers, & Tools
* Science Toys
Make toys at home with common household materials,
often in only a few minutes, that demonstrate fascinating scientific principles.
HISTORY of SCIENCE: History of Science: Portal - Topic Outline of History of Science
* History of Science
University of Oklahoma libraries.
* History of Science: General
* History of Science: Index - Links - Societies - Organizations - Journals
History and philosophy of science, technology and medicine: web and other sources.
- World History of Science Online
* History of Science and Technology
- Chemical Heritage Foundation: Online Resources
- Chemistry in History
- Division of History of Science and Technology
International Union of History and Philosophy of Science.
Iimprove communications and cooperation among historians
of science and technology worldwide through Web 2.0 tools
(such as Personal Pages, Blogs, Tags, Wikis, Podcasts, etc).
- ECHO: Exploring and Collecting History Online
Directory of websites concerning the history of science, technology, and industry.
- History of Science & Technology Collections
- History of Science, Technology and Medicine
* History of Technology
- RensSearch - ITEC 1210-01 Histories & Chronologies of Technology
- SHOT: Society for the History of Technology
* Science in the 19th Century Periodical
* Science Museum: List of Science Museums
- Association of Science-Technology Centers
Representing the science center and museum field worldwide.
- ASTC - Find a Science Center
Association of Science-Technology Centers.
- Science Museums - Science Fair Project Ideas - Science Education
- ASTC - Resource Center
- Deutsches Museum: Library
- Museum of the History of Science
LIFE and MEDICAL SCIENCES: Biology - Portal:Biology - Topic Outline of Biology
* BioInteractive | HHMI.org
Free resources for science teachers and students.
* Biotechnology Information Directory
Gateway to worldwide biotech.
- Biotech Dictionary
Commonly used terms in biotechnology, biochemistry,
biology, life sciences, pharmacy and medical terms.
Organized listings categorized by human reviewers.
- Portal Sites
Gateways to biotechnology information on the web.
* Cells Alive!
* Earth Species
Latin (Scientific) and English names.
* Encyclopedia of Life
Global access to knowledge about life on Earth.
* Interactive Biology
Making biology fun.
* Medical & Health: Genetics, Genealogy & History
Sorted, searchable collection of biological databases.
Microbiology, microbes, bacteria information and links.
* Neurotransmitter.net - Neuroscience Research Index
- Offsite Research Resources
- Textbooks & Related Resources
* Zoology: Topic Outline of Zoology
- International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature
- International Code of Zoological Nomenclature
- Pets & Animals
NATURE and the ENVIRONMENT: Nature - Natural History Reference Sources
Environmental Science - Index of Environmental Articles - Portal:Environment
The Music of Nature - One Earth, Many Voices: Music & Nature Links
* Biodiversity Heritage Library
* Botany: Topic Outline of Botany
- Plant: Portal:Plants
- International Plant Protection Convention
Protect cultivated and wild plants by preventing
the introduction and spread of pests (organisms).
- Alphabetical List of Countries
- Plant List
Working list of all known plant species.
* Discover Life
Knowledge about nature in order to improve education, health, agriculture,
economic development and conservation throughout the world.
* Forest History Society Research Center Resources
- International Union of Forest Research Organization: Sitemap
Global network for forest science cooperation.
* Insect: Portal:Insects
- Insects & Entomology
Iowa State entomology index of Internet resources.
- Insects & Other Arthropods: Bug Index - Links
- Classification of Bugs
Insects and human interaction; cultural entomology
and insect macrophotography.
- Songs of Insects
In celebration of our singing insects.
* Natures Corner® Magazine
Explores the intelligence of all types of animals in our homes,
our backyards and in the rest of Nature.
Authoritative conservation information on more
than 50,000 plants, animals and ecological
communities of the Western Hemisphere.
* UNITED STATES:
- Civilian Conservation Corps Legacy
- Education & Outreach | National Agricultural Library
- History, Art & Biography
- Kids & Teens
- National Audubon Society
- National Wildlife Federation
Protecting wildlife for our children's future.
PHYSICAL SCIENCE: Physical Science - Topic Outline of Physical Science
* Astronomy: Portal:Astronomy - Topic Outline of Astronomy
- Astronomy For Kids
- Astronomy Resources - Marcus P. Zillman
- Eric Weisstein's World of Astronomy
- Explore the Cosmos | The Planetary Society
- NASA Astrophysics Data System
- Physics & Astronomy Departments Worldwide Directory
- Portal:Solar System
- Geody - the World's Search Engine: Space
- Earth - Mars - Mercury - Moon (Google™ Moon) - Venus
- Nine Planets Solar System Tour
Multimedia tour of the solar system.
- Views of the Solar System
- Spaceflight: Portal:Spaceflight - Topic Outline of Space Exploration
- Aerospace - Topic Outline of Aerospace
- NASA: NASA Human SpaceFlight
- Royal Astronomical Society
- WorldWide Telescope
Imagery from the best ground and space-based telescopes
in the world for a seamless exploration of the universe.
* Chemistry: Portal:Chemistry - Topic Outline of Chemistry
- Chemical Elements.com
Interactive Periodic Table of the Elements.
- Periodic Table of Videos - University of Nottingham
- Chemical Network - Chemical Industry Directory
- Chemistry & Biology in the Internet: Subject Index
- Chemistry Biology Pharmacy Information Center
- Infozentrum: Databases
- Infozentrum: Tools
- Chemistry - The Perfect Guide
Atoms and its components, the periodic table,
with information about basic elements.
Internet navigator for the chemical industry.
- eMolecules Chemical Search
- Eric Weisstein's World of Chemistry
- General Chemistry Online: General Chemistry
- Links for Chemists
- Royal Society of Chemistry: Resources & Tools
World's leading chemistry community,
advancing excellence in the chemical sciences.
- Selected Resources for: Chemistry
- WWW Chemistry Guide - Chemistry Resources Worldwide
* Earth Science: Portal:Earth Sciences - Topic Outline of Earth Science
- Earth from Space - Geody Earth
- List of Basic Earth Science Topics
- Encyclopedia of Earth
- Gemology and Jewellery: Portal:Gemology & Jewelry
- Geography & Maps
- Earthquake: GSN - Earthquakes: 1 Day, Magnitude 2.5+ Worldwide - Resources
- EMSC - Earthquakes - Earthquake Today: Latest Earthquakes World-Wide Today
Understanding how earthquakes occur, history of seismology (Virtual Seismic Atlas),
famous earthquake accounts and earthquake locations on a rotating globe.
- Geology.com: Geology Professional Societies & Organizations
- Geological Society (UK)
- Mineral: Minerals Education Coalition
- K-12 Education
- Minerals & Elements
- Minerals Database
- Other Great Resources
- Mineralogy Database
Mineral collecting, localities, mineral photos and data.
- Mining: Topic Outline of Mining
- All About Mining
- Cyndi's List - Mining & Miners
- Mining History Network: WWW Sites
World wide information on the history of mining.
- World Mining - Overview
MBendi information services.
- Volcano: Portal:Volcanoes - VolcanoWorld
- Meteorology: Weather - Portal:Weather
- Climatic Extremes and Weather Events
- Rainbow: About Rainbows
FEMA for Kids - Parents - Educators
- National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration
- Weather Dude
- Weather Wiz Kids®
- Oceanography: Oceanography
Packed with exciting ocean facts and information.
- Google™ Earth: Ocean
Explore the ocean with Google™ Earth.
- Oceans - Street View - Google™ Maps
- List of Oceanographic Institutions & Programs
- OceanWorld - Bringing the Ocean to the Classroom
Department of Oceanography, Texas A&M University.
- Introduction to Physical Oceanography
Exploring the ocean through literature.
* Physics: Physics Study Guide - Portal:Physics - Topic Outline of Physics
Guides to physics on the Internet.
- American Association of Physics Teachers - Teaching Resources
- American Physical Society: Students and Educators
- Eric Weisstein's World of Physics
- Online Experiments
- Physics Central
Learn how your world works.
SCIENTISTS and TEACHERS: Scientist
* Applying The Scientific Method to Genealogical Research (archived)
Stephen J. Danko, PhD scientist with many years of experience conducting
bench-level experimentation, notes in "Applying The Scientific Method to
Genealogical Research (Part 2)"; that: "But, when can a researcher apply
The Scientific Method to help answer a genealogical question?
The answer is simple. The Scientific Method can be applied to any
genealogical research problem for which the researcher can develop
a testable hypothesis. First, one needs to have some information and resources
from which to form the hypothesis. This information may be in the form of some
anecdotal evidence, in the form of primary information obtained from an original
source, or in the form of any one of many other sources. The hypothesis should be
expressed as a statement of fact, so that one may later determine whether or not
the results support or refute the statement. When one performs the experiment
and collects the data in a genealogical study, one doesn’t generally go into a
laboratory and conduct an experiment on the laboratory bench top. The experiment
in a genealogical sense is usually a search of the relevant records, although other
methods such as interviews or mathematical calculations may also be appropriate.
The genealogist then analyzes the information obtained, interprets the information,
and draws conclusions from the information."
* Biography: Selected Internet Resources
Science Reference Services, Library of Congress,
* Dictionary of Scientific Biography
- Results for 'Dictionary of Scientific Biography' > 'Internet Resource' [WorldCat.org]
* echo ECHO (Exploring and Collecting History Online): Links
Directory of 5,000+ websites concerning the history of science, technology, & industry.
* Eric Weisstein's World of Biography
* European Association of Science Editors: Useful Links | EASE
* General Resources for Science Biography - Science and Medicine Biography
Library Guides at UChicago.
* National Association of ScienceWriters™
* Newton Project
Online edition of all of Sir Isaac Newton’s (1642–1727) writings.
Awards in physics, chemistry, physiology or medicine, literature and peace.
- Albert Einstein Online, Einstein Archives Online and Einstein Exhibition
* Sigma Xi: The Scientific Research Society
* Scientists by Country: Category:Lists of Scientists
- PhysDep - Physics Departments & Institutions Worldwide
- Scientists, Inventors & Explorers: Inventors
K-12 science biography resources indexed by subject, nation, sector
and academic level; science timelines, stamps and images.
- Council of Scientific Society Presidents
- National Science Teachers Association
- PhysDep - US Physics Departments
THEOLOGY and SCIENCE - THE BIBLE IS SCIENTIFIC: Theology: Religion (Biblical)
Information presented relates to internal consistency within documents, irrespective
of source designation, as well as cross comparison over generations of time.
In the beginning of the earth, God talked to a couple who were commanded to
perform agricultural tasks, not create a computer system, nor obtain a Ph.D.
Nevertheless, God states He did create the heaven and the earth. The history
of the Bible indicates one of agriculture and animal husbandry; to which God
did communicate, intelligently, within the framework of the skills and living
circumstances of the people involved. Understanding the Bible, within the
context of communication, includes People, Places, Plants and Animals.
For example: Using the King James version of The Holy Bible, Genesis records
that God said: Let there be light; and there was light . . . And God called the light
Day and the darkness he called Night . . . And the evening and the morning were
the first day. Nevertheless, in order of days, it is so stated that: Let there be lights
in the firmament of the heaven to divide the day from the night . . .
And the evening and the morning were the fourth day.
From modern scientific knowledge, it is apparent, that in current intelligent language
of the scientific world, what is said by God is equivalent to the process by which, on
the fourth day, the regional solar system was set in motion, to move about the Sun
in the sky, along with the other bodies in the heavens, within the backdrop
of the more distant star systems.
Going back in days (1,000 earth years), on the third day, the earth land mass was
formed, along with the seas, and plants. It is obvious to all sober thinking individuals,
that this creation must have occurred in this sequence, to then allow the greater
manifestation of light and darkness on the fourth day. This brings to issue the
initial formation of the earth and planetary system, within a stationary,
non motion environment.
Prior to these events, within the second day of creation, God made the firmament,
and divided the waters which were under the firmament from the waters which
were above the firmament. This creative act is now well defined as the gravitational
field created by the mass of the earth as an independent entity.
Prior to this series of events, the earth was without form and void; and darkness
was upon the face of the deep. And the Spirit of God moved upon the face of
the waters. This clearly suggests that the earth was formed out of a portion of
The Universe, of unorganized gaseous matter and fluid element, which was
permeated by light from God, condensed into a liquid gravitation field,
and further defined with more rigid land mass, which was then set
into rotational spin.
Nature has it, and astronomy shows it, that such is currently the composition
within the various star systems seen throughout the Universe. All scientific.
The fifth day shows the waters bringing forth abundantly, as well as the fowl
that may fly above the earth. This is most scientific and interesting, as it would
absolutely require the previously noted plant life, to sustain the subsequent
proliferation of fish in the sea, and birds in the air. Sounds like scientific,
intelligent creation, as told by the Creator. This is a cryptic explanation,
as it is self evident that plant life was both beneath the seas, on the ocean floors,
as well as upon the exposed earth.
There is a distinct separation in the creation of the living creature after his kind,
cattle, and creeping thing, and beast of the earth after his kind. There is no room
for the theory of evolution. Reference: Darwin Online
There is a distinct separation in the creation of man in his own image,
in the image of God created he him; male and female created he them,
with worldwide dominion over all the other creations. There is no room
for the theory of evolution. Significantly, this was a Master Plan, an executive
process in modern business language, since all this was created and contemplated
upon, every plant of the field before it was in the earth, and every herb of the field
before it grew; meaning in the most simple terms, that God prepared the earth, with
all living things to event upon the earth, in time sequence, from Adam and Eve, until
the very end of this planet as a temporal sphere.
Note again, the scientific facts concerning the statement, and there was not a man
to till the ground. But there went up a mist from the earth, and watered the whole
ground; then, Man was created FIRST in the physical creation, placing the most
intelligent creature above all else. Just sounds like what an intelligent scientist
would do today, in assigning the brightest and the best, to conduct a new
University research project. And the Lord God planted a garden eastward
in Eden, a "research grant", with extensive laboratory, an experimental
chamber for all the children of Man, to work out their salvation before the Lord.
We now have scientific communities, with intelligent individuals, who should
review the facts, within the framework of eternal realities. Science should be
taught in all schools, nationwide, which cannot be done, without reliance upon
Biblical narrative. This relates to all learned knowledge. It is clearly defined
within the Biblical Text, in order of commentary, that it was the partaking, or
touching of the fruit of the knowledge of good or evil that gave Adam, Eve
and all their posterity, the ability to evaluate opposites, by experience.
"Consciousness is a characteristic of the mind generally regarded to comprise
qualities such as subjectivity, self-awareness" (we are naked and need clothes),
"sentience, sapience, and the ability to perceive the relationship between oneself
and one's environment. It is a subject of much research in philosophy of mind,
psychology, neuroscience, and cognitive science."
Note again what is stated further in Biblical Text: they were to till the ground,
as Adam and Eve were formed from the dust of the ground. The Bible is Scientific,
the historical basis upon which everything rests; the key foundational testimony
that God (the infinite, eternal and unchanged power) does exist. Adam and Eve
were literally "grounded", to obtain their own foundation of knowledge, or belief
and conviction about themselves in relation to a living God. The premise, reason,
or datum was that God exists; it was the ultimate or first principle obtained
in the Garden of Eden, the cause of their existence or occurrence,
the originating force of agency.
The Bible clearly states the beginnings of all free agency and neurological
thought processes. Indeed, the source of all power for POSITIVE action,
(the faith of the whole world), from Adam's time down to the present age,
has been dependent in some way, on the correct idea of God, as transmitted
to mankind by their common progenitor. Their understanding and witness of
innocence to consciousness, is replicated every day upon the whole face of the
earth, by the birth and gradual development of new infants; which gives every
living person an individual experience (not observed in other life forms), a
repeat of the pre mortal to mortal life events that were had by Adam and Eve.
The Bible testifies in the Creation, that God is the greatest Scientist: all knowing,
all seeing, eternal, unchanged, and everlasting. Counsel, advice or guidance was
first given by God, similar in law when information is solicited from a knowledgeable
person. That there was a group of individuals involved, is absolutely verified by Job,
when the LORD answered Job out of the whirlwind. Where wast thou when I laid
the foundations of the earth? declare, if thou hast understanding. Who hath laid the
measures thereof, if thou knowest? or who hath stretched the line upon it? [Sounds
like God is a Ph.D. Engineer.] When the morning stars (spirit daughters of God,
including Eve, mother of all living mankind) sang together (in heavenly chorus),
and all the sons of God (before physical birth, including Adam) shouted for joy?
Science unveils knowledge and truth. Genuine Biblical accounts that are
translated correctly, also unveil knowledge and truth, historical perspectives
of individuals using spiritual awareness, feelings, social unity, experience,
instinct and intuition. In different situations, over generations of time, a record
was preserved, contemporaneously written down from the time of Adam and Eve,
suggesting the Eternal God and His world are knowable; that mankind's individual
biological organs of heart and mind combined together, can be relied upon to
uniquely discern them and have personal dual witness of the truth, by reasoning
with feeling. Their posterity can continue to reproduce similar results, by following
the same instructions offered by the true and living God. In the modern world of
today, the characteristics of intuition, or the immediate cognition that has led to
great scientific discoveries, is a current manifestation of revelation: the mind of God,
as so written in ancient inspired scriptures, or as revealed by the current authorized,
living prophets of God.
It can be further noted that the Biblical text
follows similar patterns found in handed
down chronicles in Royalty lists, in which events are directly connected to the presiding
authority in government. For example: In the six hundredth year of Noah's life, in the
second month, the seventeenth day of the month, the same day were all the fountains
of the great deep broken up, and the windows of heaven were opened. . . . And it came
to pass in the six hundredth and first year, in the first month, the first day of the month,
the waters were dried up from off the earth: and Noah removed the covering of the ark,
and looked, and, behold, the face of the ground was dry.
Additionally, the Bible is scientific in modern terms, forecasting future events.
He that hath an ear, let him hear what the Spirit saith unto the churches; To him
that overcometh will I give to eat of the hidden manna, and will give him a white
stone, and in the stone a new name written, which no man knoweth saving he that
receiveth it. . . . And before the throne there was a sea of glass like unto crystal:
. . . This is equivalent, in modern terminology, of receiving a computer laptop
for individual intelligence retrieval, with password protection; living within an
environment of a sea of glass like unto crystal, in which the earth is sanctified
into a massive data bank depository.
The mind of Man is capable of absorbing billions of data bits, and the suggestion
is given in the Bible, of what future technology will bring to this earth in its glorified
state of existence. Confirmation of this ability is made in the Pearl of Great Price,
Moses, Chapter 1, verse 8: And it came to pass that Moses looked, and beheld the
world upon which he was created; and Moses beheld the world and the ends
thereof, and all the children of men which are, and which were created;
of the same he greatly marveled and wondered.
Therefore, in conclusion, the Bible is Scientific, as science itself
is but one of the many branches of universal theology.
Alphabetic History of Civilization: Ancient and Modern Genealogies.
This book evaluates historical knowledge as it relates to ancient and modern genealogies.
Information gleaned from social contexts, both secular and religious, are reviewed, using
modern genealogical research specialist standards: to properly reconstruct and correctly
portray real historical lives and family pedigrees. Cultural, religious and family tradition,
(their stated facts and viewpoints), are surveyed within given ancient contexts of primary
and secondary record sources, as handed down for the benefit of our modern generation.
Modern claims of genealogical attachment to biblical records are noted, with remarks.
- Adam and all of his righteous posterity were required to wait until the resurrection
of Jesus Christ before receiving their own bodies; additionally, "their resurrection
cometh to pass before the resurrection of those who die after the resurrection of Christ",
according to the Book of Mormon prophet Alma, re: Alma 40:19.
Biblical Genealogies - "God" is All Knowing: Evolution and Big Bang Atheism.
Black Holes Theory Colliding with the Genealogy of Intelligence.
DNA Testing: A Plus (+) or Minus (-) For Genealogy?
Mathematics Indicates That It Just Does Not Add Up.
Equation of Life: Creativity for Genealogists.
His Message Is Clear and Unmistakable.
Historical Validity: Jesus Christ.
ID & Creationist Biology, History, Philosophy, Political Science,
Religion, Science, Social/Sociology Classes.
Ignorance, False Promises and Pseudoscience.
Is This Profit Promotion of DNA Fiction by Senior Genealogists?
Intelligence Resides in Human Brains.
Intelligent Design and the Fallacy of Annihilation
The scientific method is reinforced by using "intelligent design".
The Santorum Amendment "promoted the teaching of
intelligent design while questioning the academic standing
of evolution in U.S. public schools."
In fact, intelligent design is the result of
all true investigations;
theories presented and subsequent orderly facts displayed.
The teaching of evolution as "fact", lessens the process of
academic rigor, within every facet of science curricula. The
process of evolution is not presented with record credibility;
i.e., the evidence offered is hinged upon the unproven theory,
instead of the records of observations obtained being the
initiating force behind the theoretical postulations offered.
Since the records of observations cannot be
scientists, due to lack of testing instrumentality; (i.e., for
example, no instruments on earth can endure the possibility
of being placed upon the surface of the Sun and function).
Science is not science when it theorizes into the infinite;
assuming it can declare authoritatively what is and is not,
when there is absolutely no possibility it can functionally
measure it. Evolution, the Big Bang Theory, etc., are NIL
on academic rigor. Eternal intelligence is an ordered universe.
Clearly defined, the conjunction of
Big Bang Theory
is nothing more or less than a new distortion in medieval astrology,
which "consists of a number of belief systems which hold that
there is a relationship between astronomical phenomena
and events in the human world.". . . ."it is a pseudoscience
because it makes little attempt to develop solutions to its problems,
[when there is absolutely no possibility it can functionally measure it]
shows no concern for the evaluation of competing theories,
and is selective in considering confirmations and dis-confirmations."
All man made materials are limited by a physical time differential
that does not exceed the depth of the periods of time under consideration.
The fact that all evaluations are made by physical properties
that are subject to the laws of physics, makes each evaluation
resource limited by the measuring device itself, which is subject
to radioactive decay. Age calculating all instruments and placing
them within their sphere as to time, relative to radioactive decay,
means that they are each restricted to a measuring capacity,
related to their own decay process.
No material instrument exists that spans back to the time
of the origins of the Universe, except for the physical,
resurrected body of Jesus Christ. Therefore, the beginnings
of time cannot be evaluated by mortal man, except by direct
revelation from God; and, any sequence of events proposed
cannot be valid by itself, unless it undertakes the comprehension
of the immediate whole of the known and unknown Universe.
This is a very real impossibility within the framework of the finite,
uninspired, mortal human mind; for, it is noted homo sapiens indeed
are also subject to death, as well as other related human imperfections.
Evolutionary "theory" transcends many periods of time,
engineered with "just guessing" adjustments which
result in mixed conclusions. This "Evolutionary GPS"
is not able to send out correct directional signals,
by any trilateration of events in a five-dimensional space.
"Many spacetime continua have physical interpretations
which most physicists would consider bizarre or unsettling.
For example, a compact spacetime has closed timelike
curves, which violate our usual ideas of causality (that is,
future events could affect past ones)." “For us believing
physicists, the distinction between past, present, and future
is only an illusion, even if a stubborn one.” —Albert Einstein.
"Evolutionary GPS" is derived from the black hole
information paradox, which suggests "that physical
information could disappear in a black hole, allowing
many physical states to evolve into the same state."
In other words, "the universe is largely chaotic",
because information conservation is not preserved
within the quantum realm. The concept is covered in
biology as DNA mutation, at the genetic level, as
[all current species being descended from a single
common ancestor. ]
The very foundations of evolution as presented
Darwin, forward and backwards in time, are a cause
of great contention, since in very principle, their
assertions violate the physics principle wherein any
complete information about a physical system at one
point in time, should determine its state at any other
time, as found in its wave function, from the standpoint
of quantum mechanics. The Big Bang and related
theories project the same error, such as the Big Rip,
or "the ultimate fate of the universe, in which the
matter of the universe, from stars and galaxies to
atoms and subatomic particles, is progressively
torn apart by the expansion of the universe at
a certain time in the future."
This is completely contradicted within quantum wave level
integrated metabolic processes, of all cells and organisms.
Theology & Science: The Bible Is Scientific: References
(1) Biophotons are weak emissions of light radiated
from the cells of all living things. A photon is a single
particle of light. Plants, animals and humans generate
up to 100 photons per second, per .15 square inches
(1 sq. centimeter) of surface area. The light is too faint
to be seen by the naked eye, but biophotons have
been detected and verified using photomultiplier tubes.
According to a leading researcher of biophotons,
German biophysicist Fritz-Albert Popp, light is
constantly being absorbed and remitted by DNA
molecules within each cell's nucleus. These
biophotons create a dynamic, coherent web of light.
A system that could be responsible for chemical
reactions within the cells, cellular communication
throughout the organism, and the overall regulation
of the biological system, including embryonic
development into a predetermined form.
(2) Are humans really beings of light? OR:
Is DNA the next Internet?
. . .
"Veljkovic and Cosic proposed that molecular
interactions are electrical in nature, and they
take place over distances that are large compared
with the size of molecules. Cosic later introduced
the idea of dynamic electromagnetic field interactions,
that molecules recognize their particular targets
and vice versa by electromagnetic resonance.
In other words, the molecules send out specific
frequencies of electromagnetic waves which not
only enable them to 'see' and 'hear' each other,
as both photon and phonon modes exist for
electromagnetic waves, but also to influence
each other at a distance and become ineluctably
drawn to each other if vibrating out of phase
(in a complementary way)." --
The Real Bioinformatics Revolution:
Proteins and Nucleic Acids Singing to One Another?
. . .
"There are about 100,000 chemical reactions
happening in every cell each second. The chemical
reaction can only happen if the molecule which
is reacting is excited by a photon... Once the photon
has excited a reaction it returns to the field and is
available for more reactions... We are swimming
in an ocean of light."
(3) APS » Journals » Rev. Mod. Phys
. » Volume 75 » Issue 2
Rev. Mod. Phys. 75, 559–606 (2003)
The cosmological constant and dark energy
"Physics welcomes the idea that space contains
energy whose gravitational effect approximates
that of Einstein’s cosmological constant, Λ;
today the concept is termed dark energy
(4) Biophotons are weak emissions of light radiated
from the cells of all living things, which together, in
the total Universe, communicate "energy whose
gravitational effect approximates that of Einstein’s
cosmological constant, Λ"; i.e., the "quintessence."
[Divine energy, power, or influence that proceeds
from God through Christ and gives life and light
to all things. It is the law by which all things are
governed in heaven and on earth.
Doctrine & Covenants 88:6–13]
(5) A sub set of this process is found in the modern
technology found in cloud computing, which describes
all data that is floating around in Internet space. In like
manner, biophotons throughout the whole of the Universe,
create a dynamic, coherent web of interconnected light.
It is necessary to visualize the Universe from the standpoint
of a "web of light". It is then acting in the same manner as
a good spider web. "The study showed that, as one might
expect, when any part of a web is perturbed, the whole web
reacts." Thus, even as a spider web is specifically constructed
to establish the "Path To Failure"; so likewise, on a larger scale,
"durability" is key to the survival of all life forms in the Universe.
A "spider's web is organized to sacrifice local areas
so that failure will not prevent the remaining web from
functioning, even if in a diminished capacity, says Carter.
"This is a clever strategy when the alternative is having
to make an entire, new web," he adds. The Universe is
expanding at an ever increasing rate, becoming more
complex and intense in order, with black holes being
local areas of failure that prevent the remaining total
areas of light in the Universe from malfunctioning.
Galactic winds are streams of high speed
charged particles often observed blowing out
of galaxies. With speeds of between 300
and 3,000 km/sec, these winds can either
blow material out into the halo of the galaxy,
possibly to mix with the hot X-ray emitting
halo gas, or expel the matter from the galaxy
completely to mix with the intergalactic medium.
Galactic winds have two sources of energy:
starbursts and active galactic nuclei
(i.e. the supermassive black holes
lurking in the centres of most galaxies).
"According to the researchers' findings,
the failure of silk threads occurs at points
where the filament is disturbed by that
external force, but after failure, the web
returns to stability-- even in simulations
using broad forces, like hurricane-force winds."
A particle is a particle when measured as a mass
object, and an energy level within the region of any
given particle manifests the observations of a string,
in relation to other particles of mass in the Universe.
However, when broad forces negatively affect any area
of the Universe, all the combined localized mass objects,
"membrane" together within the universal web of light,
disposing of the negatively forming materials through
manifestations measured as "black holes"; and then,
return to the former state of stability and relative "rest".
"The principle of separation, or disorganization,
is as much an eternal principle, as much a truth,
as that of organization. Both always did and will exist."
There have always been black holes and galaxy systems.
[In the first place, matter is eternal. The principle
of annihilation, of striking out of existence anything
that has existed, or had a being, so as to leave an
empty space which that thing occupied, is false,
there is no such principle in all the eternities.] . . .
[It cannot be annihilated; you cannot annihilate matter.
If you could, it would prove there was empty space.
If philosophers could annihilate the least conceivable
amount of matter, they could then prove there was
the minutest vacuum, or empty space; but there is
not even that much, and it is beyond the power
of man to prove that there is any.]
Journal of Discourses, vol. 1, pp. 112-120
(6) Thus, essentially and truthfully, Evolution and
Big Bang are conceptually, statements of a belief
in annihilation, as [defined as "total destruction"
or "complete obliteration" of an object.] This could
only occur if it were possible to create, or in the
Universe, there was a vacuum state. Conversely,
it has been suggested, that even for matter that
falls into a black hole, "information gets imprinted,
forever and ever, onto the surface of that black hole's
event horizon". Therefore, in principle, evolution
is an invalid theory and the Big Bang hypothesis
fails miserably, in replicating or copying the
messages found in the elements and in life forms.
The DNA-wave Biocomputer - gariaev.pdf (archived)
Obtain a Newton Pebble.
Science says that [Without the Sun, . . .
Talk about Origins of the Scriptures.
The Theory Comes Down To This:
Theology & Science: The Bible Is Scientific.
Theory of Evolution Is Death In Ignorance.
Anatomy: Body & Brain
and How Things Work
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