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Impossibility of Understanding Universe’s Truths Thru ‘Space Science’

posted by Jim Seerfar @ 16:55 PM
August 14, 2013

380px-CMB_Timeline300_no_WMAP    Today’s media world is bombarded with various theories of ‘science’ about space, time and earth’s destruction.  Take for example, The New York Times’ discussion, ‘A Black Hole Mystery Wrapped in a Firewall Paradox’ by Dennis Overbye, which reveals confusions among ‘space’ scientists.

Overbye quotes Joseph Polchinsky from the Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics in Santa Barbara, as one of the theorists who set off this turmoil:  “It points to something missing in our understanding of gravity.”

From this point of enlightenment, Overbye adds: “Down this rabbit hole are many of the jazzy magical mysteries of modern physics: Black holes. The shortcuts through space and time called wormholes.”  Is he saying black holes and wormholes are the same? Isn’t one literal and the other only possible imagination?

Polchinsky and three other guys formed a team called AMPS. They decided that “following the known laws of physics wold lead to a contradiction, the firewall paradox.” Such thinking set off a pandemonium: if they are right, “one of three ideas that lie at the heart and soul of modern physics, had to be wrong.”

Then everything exploded so to speak: quantum entanglement theory clashed with quantum field theory––which was used for discovery of the Higgos boson, otherwise known as the ‘god particle,’ I think.

The clash is so exhausting that even the great British cosmologist Stephen Hawking, who decided that black holes rr0305b-lgleaking particles would explode leaving a star so huge its death is “longer than the age of the universe”––had to surrender.

Fellas, fellas!  Please let me help you figure this out.  The Bible, you know That Great Book which says that God––Jehovah Elohim, The Eternal Creator––keeps His ever-expanding universe all together (Genesis 2: 4 – 25).

As the prophet Isaiah asks:  “Hast thou not known? hast thou not heard, that the everlasting God, the LORD, the Creator of the ends of the earth, fainteth not, neither is weary? there is no searching of his understanding (40: 28).”

And the prophet Amos, just a lowly sheep herder, advises men: “Ye who turn judgment to wormwood, and leave off righteousness in the earth,  Seek Him that maketh the seven stars and Orion, and turneth the shadow of death into the morning, and maketh the day dark with night: that calleth for the waters of the sea, and poureth them out upon the face of the earth: The LORD is His name (5:7-8).”

One must wonder how a man without worldly education knew the names of stars and planets. He must have gotten his education from That Eternal Creator.  Tell you what, try one of our plus-size Christian sweatshirts quoting Amos:  “Seek Him that maketh the seven stars and Orion.” Come on.  It’s not hard.  His Name is Jesus.  Ask Him into your heart.  He’ll straighten out your confusion with faith!

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Meteor Fire Ball Smashing Into Russia Puts U. S. Leaders on Alert

posted by Jim Seerfar @ 10:09 AM
February 20, 2013

meteor-across-skyScientists are just beginning to delve into ways of preventing natural explosions in space plummeting fragments from a massive meteor fire ball that rained its burning rocks to injure more than 1,200 children and adults in the Ural mountain city of Chelyabinsk, Russia, this week. No deaths of been reported.

At 9: 20 a.m. local time, roaring noises from the meteor’s awesome shock wave smashed out windows, set off car alarms, collapsed roofs, and made the city’s 1.1 million people believe that some type of war had started.

In Associated Press’ ‘Meteor explodes over Russia, 1,100 injured,’ Jim Heintz insists the meteor “exploded with the force of 20 atomic bombs . . . 20 times more powerful than the Hiroshima bomb . . . at a much higher altitude.”

Most injuries came from shattered windows in apartment buildings.  ABC News reports: “the injured includes at least 204 children.  30 adults and 13 children were taken to hospitals.  Two were reported to be in serious condition.”

In ‘Meteor Injures At Least 1,200 in Russia,’ Will Englund writes:  “The intense flash of light was recorded on video . . . nearly 300 miles to the north. The trail of the meteor was also visible in Kazakhstan, more than 80 miles to the south.

Englund reports that Russian scientists claim a bright fare, some 4,532 degrees Fahrenheit, preceded three explosive blasts in the meteor before it blew apart.  They estimate that this meteor fell at supersonic speeds of 30 to 45 thousand miles per hours, and weighed as much as ten tons.

The incident has caused American politicians to take another look at funding NASA and other scientific programs to study meteors.  Congressman Dana Rohrabacher, who plans hearings on planetary protections, announces:  “We have been spending millions to find and track asteroids and comets, but the indications are that this one was so small that we aren’t even looking for objects of this size.

“What concerns me even more, however, is the fact that we have no plan that can protect the Earth from any comet or asteroid. So, even if we find one that will hit us, we might not be able to deflect it.”

Rep. Lamar Smith concurred:  “We should continue to invest in systems that identify threatening asteroids and develop asteroids-speedingcontingencies, if needed, to change the course of an asteroid headed toward Earth.”

Lee Roop asks:  ‘Why Wasn’t Russian Meteor Detected Before It Entered The Atmosphere?’ and finds there are no easy answers from human technology.  He says it was either too dark or too light, or came at the wrong angle.  The NASA Blog answers, “Simply put, the meteoroid was too small for the survey telescopes and came at us out of the Sun.”

So much for modern science.  21st century man should expect more visits from the sky.  As plus size Christian sweatshirts warn:  “And then shall appear the sign of the Son of man in heaven: and then shall all the tribes of the earth mourn, and they shall see the Son of man coming in the clouds of heaven with power and great glory (Matt. 24: 30).”

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The All-Kids Special Animal News Edition, Part 2

posted by Newspaper Boys @ 15:49 PM
January 27, 2012

 HURRY!  HURRY! HURRY!  Get your latest news about adults attacking helpless animals in this edition of Earth End-New Beginning.   Hot off the Presses for Newspaper Boys and Girls, Intl., (NBGI):  Are people really going crazy?

 For instance, take a look at this latest, latest, very latest news flash:  They are eating elephant meat in Thailand!  Can you hear that?  Killing elephants, not just for their ivory tusks, but now slaughtering them for food!  Officials in charge of animal safety in Thailand are horrified.  And they should be!

 Look, us kids are jumping up and down with anger.  This is absolutely shameful behavior.  Look at yesterday’s Associated Press News Release (AP) Damrong Phidet, director-general of Thailand’s Wildlife Agency said:  “The poachers took away the elephants’ sex organs and trunks . . . for human consumption . . . Some meat [is] consumed without cooking . . . .”

 Phidet then said, “If you keep hunting elephants for this, then they’ll become extinct!”  Well dah!!  Then the AP report glibly claims:   “Consuming elephant meat is not common in Thailand, but some Asian cultures believe consuming animals’ reproductive organs can boost sexual prowess.”

 Is that it?  Is that all grown-up adult people think about?  Ugh.  It is sickening.  Oh no wait––there’s also the money.  Elephant’s tusks sell for $ 31,600 to $ 63,000 while an elephant’s private part sells for about $ 950.00.
 Ugh! and triple ugh!  Are those two things all grown-ups want?  First Asian companies used elephants to haul for the logging industry, and for clown acts in circuses.  Now that most of the wood is gone and kids can get circus shows on pac-man games and such, people no longer need elephants, so they eat them?

 Just when we were about to take a breather, another story hit the wires:  A federal judge in Nevada now says it is o.k. to “round up” (i.e. slaughter?) Mustangs!  Mustangs?  Is he crazy too?  Colleen Curry of ABC News says horses can now be legally butchered in the United States “for human consumption.”

 Egad!  Like Thailand, we are going to kill our prize animals to ship them overseas for other people to eat.  Its about money again.  David Duquette, president of United Horsemen, arguing to lift the ban on horse slaughter, said:  “It’s basic economics.  Horses used to be a $102 billion a year industry, with at least 500,000 direct jobs in horse industry. That’s been cut in half.” So now we make movies about great horses, while we kill and sell them overseas for ‘greeders’ to chomp!

 This is all just too much.  Us kids are exasperated, cause adults have just gone plain insane.  So we are going to print plus size Christian sweatshirts with Apostle John’s prayer.  When The LORD Jesus said, “Surely I come quickly,”  John answered, “Even so, come, LORD Jesus (Revelation 22: 20).” Please hurry LORD!

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Expect More of the Same Extreme Weather Around the World

posted by Wendy Weathersbee @ 1:15 AM
November 4, 2011

International weather experts are issuing warnings that people around the world should get ready for the same type of extreme––and unexpected––weather that hit this country’s East Coast last weekend, as well as the unexpected snow storms that hit parts of Europe a few days before that, and the horrendous flooding still washing through Thailand.   Furthermore, areas around all parts of the globe report receiving the same unexpectedly strange weather patterns.

According to CBS News, in their meeting in Uganda next week, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change will issue a danger-warning to expect more extreme unexpected weather––such as will not be normal for the seasons.  Moreover, the report will say that the costs of weather protection and rescue will rise, and that some locations will be “increasingly marginal as places to live.”
Just as Jael and the Earth End crew have been reporting for years, of course the culprit is, and will be, Global Warming, or that “there is at least a 2-in-3 probability that climate extremes have already worsened because of man-made greenhouse gases.”

Another example of unexpected and extreme weather is in South Asia.  A group of environmental scientists, led by Dr. Amato Evan from the University of Virginia have been studying patterns in cyclones in the Arabian Sea for some thirty years.  In the early years, that region only had two or three rather weak cyclones each season.

But about 12 years ago those storms began to excellerate in frequency and power.  In 1998, one cyclone killed some 3,000 people in Gujarat, India.  And in June of 2007,  a category five cyclone, called Gonu, killed 49 people in Oman and Iran.  In 2010, category four cyclone, named Phet, killed 26 victims in Pakistan and Oman.

According to Terra World Daily, man-made pollution in South Asia produces “brown cloud” particles that absorbs sunlight and becomes a source of heat to affect wind circulation and ocean temperatures, resulting in violent storms.

Dr. Anuuli Barnzai of the United States National Science Foundation insists that all of these factors now result in “highly destructive summer cyclones that were rare or non-existent in this monsoon region 30 or so years ago.”  He adds that Dr. Evan’s study illustrates the ways that human-caused massive air pollution in the region brings on this type of extreme weather that destroys people and property.

In that regard, Brother John and Dr. Ad Versery Bored ask me to remind everyone to stock up on plus size Christian sweatshirts as they prepare for winter.  They also add that stocking up on non-perishable foods, and extra-warm blankets, is now in order.  They also point to God’s Word which promises, “The earth is The Lord’s, and the fulness thereof; the world, and they that dwell therein” (Psalm 24: 1).  So the safest place to be is to very close to Him.

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No Eat Cantaloupe, Wait on Ground Turkey, Dress Up Tight!

posted by Dr. Ad Versery Bored @ 18:45 PM
October 27, 2011

 I thank Dr. Jael and Minister Repriestly for asking me to join their staff.  I have for some time been reading Earth End and wanted to get involved in their reporting. These are absolutely important times for healthy and safe living, and my highest degrees in eschatologicalespistologicalgroenistic medicines, as well as in food diets and botomology, as well as publications in Serious Med Journals Plus provide my credentials.  Here are some rules for health and diet today:

 No. 1 – Don’t eat cantaloupe. No way, No how!  Producers and governments try to limit the range to some 26 states.  But apparently food processors and governments have no idea just where all these fruits, contaminated with the deadly listeriosis germ, from Colorado’s Jensen Farms, have gone.

 According to Reuters News Agency, “In a warning letter to Jensen Farms on October 18, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration said testing turned up widespread Listeria contamination at its Granada, Colorado, packing plant, which ‘indicates poor sanitary practices in the facility.’”

 As of today 28 people have died from this listeriosis outbreak, and another 133 are very ill––and some of those in states not listed among the 26 states.  No, putting this fruit in the ‘frige’ or washing or peeling it is not good enough.  Even if you have already eaten some, throw the rest away.  This deadly illness can take up to two months or more to manifest itself.  So to stay safe, get it out of the house!

 No. 2 – Regardless of what the new public relations ads say, wait on buying or eating ground turkey.  Recent federal government news releases show that ground turkey was recalled earlier this year in July, August and again in September.  When in fact, according to Atlanta’s Star 94 FM news staff, illnesses linked to ground turkey even go back to March of this year.

 In an August 24th press release, updated on September 11th and 27th, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announces that “the Salmonella Heidelberg outbreak strain” in tested ground turkey “is resistant to ampicillin, gentamicin, streptomycin, and tetracycline”––meaning it is difficult to cure.  The meat comes from Cargill Meat Solutions Corporation in Springdale, Arkansas.

 As of August 2nd, according to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), 76 people have been sickened by this meat and one person has died.  Yet, so far, USDA has not officially recalled this product, nor have they issued a statement that it is now safe to eat it.  Until one of those things happen:  Wait!  Don’t Buy!  Beware of new advertisements promoting “healthy” turkey burgers. 

 I understand that John and his crew will cover winter preparedness, so for now I say, get the layered clothing out, including plus size Christian sweatshirts, and wear them!  Also I say remember that God wants “above all things that thou mayest prosper and be in health, even as thy soul prospereth (3 John 1: 2).  Amen!

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Good News Friday: Advances in Bio-Fuels, Other Renewable Energy

posted by Jael Ever @ 19:10 PM
October 7, 2011

 It may not be the usual exciting topic for this blog, but readers do need to hear the Good News that the U.S. government is swiftly moving to advance bio-fuel production.  The Department of Agriculture announced this week that it is awarding some $ 80 million in order to expand this nation’s biofuels industry.  Environmental News Service (ENS) says that these grants will go to 163 energy producers in 41 states.

 Essentially bio-fuels are produced from either renewable resources such as plant biomass, vegetable oils, other fats, restaurant and agricultural residue, and treated waste from residential, municipal or industrial sources––all from sources not taken from food products.  Thus, new grants are not for ethanol-corn sources.

 The largest award of $ 9.94 million goes to Lake Erie Biofuels which promises to use its proprietary blending  technology for the least costly “biodiesel from vegetable oils, animal fats or a multi-feedstock blend.”

 Moreover, several million-plus dollar grants will go to companies––i.e. Smarter Fuel, Inc., Ag Processing, Inc., Environmental Energy Recycling Corporation, etc.––that will make biodiesel from discarded cooking oils, recycled from the food service industry.

 In addition, based on its own invention for special bio-fuel production, Ever Cat Fuels of Isanti, Minnesota, will receive $ 98,500 to offset the cost or producing some 880 gallons of biodiesel.  Next Ever Cat Fuels hopes to produce fuel from pennycress weeds that can be grown in even harsh soils.

 OTHER Good News:  Hundreds of energy specialists from the United States, Latin America and Europe will meet in Miami next month for the “Only Sustainable 2011 Conference.”  The goal of the three-day conference is to assess present sustainable energy projects in their countries and to project the growth of those projects in the coming years.  to be held November 7th – 9th in downtown Miami at the Wolfson Campus of Miami Dade College.

 According to Javier P. Palencia, Director of Only Sustainable, this one of a kind event will also be a “vital meeting place for investors, banks, companies, scientists, governments and other actors within the renewable energy sector.”  Those wishing to attend should contact

 Ignoring naysayers who think that nothing can be done to overcome excessive energy costs, a few people are doing what they can to invent better energy systems.  Likewise, God’s Word instructs Christians to ignore negative obstacles and go forward with the message of Jesus Christ.  In Philippians 3: 14, St. Paul writes:  “I press toward the mark for the prize of the high calling of God in Christ Jesus.”  Whether in job, home or ministry, true Christians must start pressing  for God’s highest awards.  Now put that on a plus-size Christian sweatshirt!

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