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Have you figured out that one doesn't go 'back' in time this way? One would go 'forward' in time. Also, if one was near a massive gravity field no speed is required. Just being there is all it takes to slow down time for the people there.
...It ain't what they call you, it's what you answer to.
W. C. Fields
Man's thinking and understanding of the "Great Creator" are earthly bound (time and space). God's mind and thinking (which are higher than ours as he also stated) as he has stated are in the realms of heaven!
What man cannot see, or touch he tends to doubt its existence. I am sure no one knows what wind looks like but we do feel it exists. Even Jesus's disciples who saw him, dinned with him, went fishing with him also doubted if he rose again (e,g, Doubting Thomas??)
So whatever thoughts or ideas out there about UFO's or whatever i can and do understand and accept your beliefs. I am not knocking NO ONE for what their beliefs are i am just stating mine about God ,,,,Amen?
Also i believe in Deuteronomy 29:29: it clears my mind (again mine only as a believer) worries about UFOs or things i cannot "earthly bound" thinking understand. You all be blessed for whatever your believes are ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,Amen?
This post was edited by Khoolshady 17 months ago
Your name is not Bob, Zonie.
Feed me to the wolves, and I will return leader of the pack. #FreeDA
We have got to be able to get a better picture than that one would think...
Also, why don't we ever get color pictures of the moon? There has to be "some" color of some sort.
None the less those pics from the Apollo missions are amazing.
"In the deed, the glory"
Bob is my alter ego. I moon well.
I understand this line of thinking completely as I have argued this with my family. (in the same line of thinking as you sir!)
I just have questions, that no one can answer with 100% certainty here on earth. (not saying that those questions may not be answered to those in prayer who are deserving...)
Not to be offensive, but why create the vastness that is space and only give life to 1 rock? (mind you I am very happy I am on this rock) Why not stop at our solarsystem? or even our galaxy? So many questions that will never ever be truly answered in our lifetimes, some to be answered at our passing and others to remain a mystery for future generations to determine.
“The secret things belong to the Lord our God, but the things that are revealed belong to us and to our children forever, that we may do all the words of this law.
Not to nitpick, but is the fact we can see it (regardless of distance and clarity) does that make it "revealed"?
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by joshwfo 17 months ago
This is insane. How the deuce doe s a black hole just eat up a star?
ScienceShot: Star Gulp Gives Black Hole Indigestion - ScienceNOW
The best proof we have of alien lifeforms? Some of them post right here on this forum on a daily basis.
As for existence of life outside of Earth? The sheer vastness of the Universe makes it an almost infinitesimal small unlikelihood that it is infinitely more likely that life in our Universe does exist outside of our little hovel we call Earth. The human mind simply can't digest how big of place we actually live amongst, or the timeframe that has made it happen.
As Carl Sagan said, there are Billions and Billions of stars along with Billions and Billions of planets and moons. To think we are the only lifeform is very small thinking.
By the way, how long have humans inhabited the planet we now live on? 7 Million years? A couple thousand? Depends on what you would consider a 'human' I guess. Our own planet is is over 5 Billion years old. Thus we are infants on our own grounds regardless of what number you use.
The Universe is supposedly something like 13.8 Billion years old. So in reality, what are we? Other than a nanosecond on the actual timestamp of the life of our own Universe, where do we stand?
Oh well. Go Big Red! Let's kill some Gophers. We don't even need a license to kill gophers.
Once again, if you can take some NSWF language, this thread awesome. Some incredible pics. The picture of the kid in Sudan will tear at your heart. (page 1)
Check me if I'm wrong but...if we kill all the golfers they'll lock us up and throw away the key!
This post was edited by TyWebb 17 months ago
Sorry, forgot to hit attach.
limit to like 2 per post, i dont want to have to scroll any jailbait thread-style posts. please leave some kind of description as well. Iraqi President...
The burning monk that doesn't flinch on page 3 is insane also. It's been a while since I've looked at these.
This post was edited by Nosfera2son 17 months ago
Gophers, ya great git! The Gophers! The little furry brown rodents!
The star is not actually eaten by the black hole. It merges with the thing. Kinda like a meteorite falls to earth and becomes part of the land. Same with stars and black holes.
Black holes are really big things and are not actually holes. They are very real, very heavy. Much heavier than stars.
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