Blogs 4 Brownback

November 6, 2007

Daylight Satan’s Time

Daylight SavingsApologies for not writing yesterday. I was coping with the work-related scheduling issues that I always have at this time of year. Sunday marked the beginning of that unending celebration of treefrogged secularism and Copernican moronics known as Daylight Savings Time.

Apparently, the Copernican model doesn’t work very well. It doesn’t tell time correctly. That’s not very surprising, since it’s wrong, but as usual it’s you and me who have to foot the bill for the idiocy, incompetence, and blasphemy of our “scientific” overlords. They force us all to tell time by an imaginary hour backward for six months of the year, lest their precious system of lies wreck our calendar and wake the citizenry up to the fact that the Heliocentric model is a morass of lies and deceptions.

The Earth does not move. The Sun does. No system of timekeeping or astronomy is complete which does not take these facts into consideration. Our currently-legally enforced system does not work because it is founded on a lie, the lie of Heliocentrism and the attendant denial of the same geostationary Truth laid down in the Bible and corroborated by the genuine, anti-NASA scientists of this very day and age.

I spoke with my employers about this issue, but they refused to accommodate my perfectly reasonable request that my religious faith be honored and I be permitted to observe the time one hour forward, as it truly is and was intended to be by God. So it looks like I’m going to work an hour early from now on, and staying an hour later. They may speak to me about that, but it is unlikely to result in my termination. It will, however, result in loss of sleep, which is why I didn’t have the time to write about this yesterday. My apologies for the somewhat-delayed post.

There are only two sides to take on this issue- the side of those who refuse to change their clocks, and count themselves among the Saved; and the side of those like my employers, who shall one day have to answer to God for their blasphemy and treason. Choose, but please choose wisely. I hope to see you all in Heaven one day.

67 Comments »

  1. I got this from the blogsite: “Wake up America”

    “In 1905, the prominent English builder and outdoorsman William Willett was inspired to invent DST during one of his pre-breakfast horseback rides, when he observed with dismay how many Londoners slept through the best part of a summer day. An avid golfer, he also disliked cutting short his round at dusk. His solution was to advance the clock during the summer months, a proposal he published two years later.”

    Doesn’t sound like any secret cabal of Godless scientists to me.

    DST was first used used during WW1 as a means to help conserve on fossil fuels for the war effort.

    Comment by indyandy — November 6, 2007 @ 8:09 am | Reply

  2. Seeing that DST is by far younger than the Copernican model, your little conspiracy theory should be classed under Black Helicopters.

    So it looks like I’m going to work an hour early from now on, and staying an hour later.

    Wrong. You´ll also leave an hour early. Except if you wish to work overtime.

    There are only two sides to take on this issue- the side of those who refuse to change their clocks, and count themselves among the Saved; and the side of those like my employers, who shall one day have to answer to God for their blasphemy and treason. Choose, but please choose wisely. I hope to see you all in Heaven one day.

    As heaven doesn´t exist, your hope is somewhat vain.

    Comment by PG — November 6, 2007 @ 8:17 am | Reply

  3. William Willett was probably a Copernican too, then, wasn’t he? My point still stands.

    “As heaven doesn´t exist, your hope is somewhat vain.”

    Atheists like you will pay a heavy reckoning later, German.

    Comment by Sisyphus — November 6, 2007 @ 10:11 am | Reply

  4. You have to just laughed at the liberals and their denial. Thanks to their denial of the existence of epicycles their clocks are wrong half the time of the year. Keep up the good fight for Jesus Sisyphus. Maybe someday the so called “cool” science kids will look up from their bunsen burners and take a look at reality like we Christians do.

    Comment by BJ Tabor — November 6, 2007 @ 10:42 am | Reply

  5. Funny thing is that it was the Republican party who implemented and concocted the recent changes to Daylight Savings Time. Another corporate ploy to increase debt and usury while selling overpriced crap back to Americans who lost their jobs to Mexico, China and India. The stupidity here never ceases to entertain me.

    Comment by Spacebrother — November 6, 2007 @ 10:55 am | Reply

  6. BJ, Sisyphus and Psycheout = Hellbound

    Comment by Spacebrother — November 6, 2007 @ 10:56 am | Reply

  7. In this basement, with the little windows covered with cardboard, the Earth does not seem to move at all. And since no sunlight gets in, I rarely know if it is day or night outside.

    What I do know is that clocks are evil. Clocks were never mentioned in the bible and none of this “moving time around” by man was ever permitted.

    You are all dammed to hell for using clocks. You should only go by the cock crowing and the sun moving in the sky and setting.

    Comment by UN-Happy Clam — November 6, 2007 @ 12:29 pm | Reply

  8. We have been studying this in the women’s bible study at my church. I am just starting to understand about the Earth as the center of the universe. One only need read Psalm 19 and it becomes very clear that the sun travels around the Earth each day, and that this is God’s law. (That’s the psalm that compares the sun to a bridegroom coming out of his chamber and rejoicing by running laps, which kind of paints a funny picture, don’t you think?)

    Anyway, I learned that in the days of Gallileo, it was convenient to use the sun as a reference point to explain the movement of the planets and the firmament. But we must understand that the Earth is at the center and this has been proven by scientists. They have also proven that the sun is shrinking at such a fast rate that it would not be possible for life to exist on Earth 100,000 years ago because the sun would have been too big and hot. This blows the “theory” of evolution out of the water, as it were.

    I can see where you are going with the argument against daylight savings time. It’s just not part of God’s natural laws. However, it did make my family early for church this past Sunday, and that’s not really a bad thing.

    Comment by AMarriedLady — November 6, 2007 @ 12:37 pm | Reply

  9. Wow, the doctor sill won’t let you into direct sunlight Un-Happy Clam? It’s been a year now since your’ accident.

    I’m not sure I agree with you on about clocks; heliocentric clocks are certainly evil but I am sure there are plenty of Pre-Copernican clock designs that Jesus would use. However I am sure God didn’t decree an twenty four hour day just so some English tree hugger can play games with it so he can play an extra hour of catch ass after a full morning of flower sniffing.

    Comment by BJ Tabor — November 6, 2007 @ 12:40 pm | Reply

  10. Rudy will solve this problem. He van do anything. He can even do it in a dress, with make-up and nylons on. Or pantyhose. I’m not sure. And I aint gonna look up there to find out.

    Comment by larry — November 6, 2007 @ 12:42 pm | Reply

  11. I wonder if jet lag is not a punishment by God for tree-frogged liberalism? Makes sense to me

    Comment by molly — November 6, 2007 @ 12:52 pm | Reply

  12. Atheists like you will pay a heavy reckoning later, German.

    You said Canada´s like hell. I assume that you are not a liar (and hence destined to hell, too) and can thus clearly say you: There are worse things then hell.

    Comment by PG — November 6, 2007 @ 12:55 pm | Reply

  13. I sincerely feel as a God-fearing Christian American that serious efforts should be made to re-introduce the use of public dunking ponds, public stocks, wearing of the various Letters, the practice of Gaol, and public burnings, in order to correct these unGodly delusions about the nature of His universe.

    The Earth is the focal point around which His creation revolves. The Word was not revealed to some alien boy or some girl with big Cinnamon-wheel hair on the sides of her head in a galaxy far, far away. Eden was not off on some blur of light in a Hubble telescope “photograph” created by liberal scientists using Photoshop (but that’s for another post). Our Lord created the firmament of Heaven to surround and oranment His Earth. Can we any further tolerate the satanic imbecility of Heliocentricity?

    And Jesus spoke with them, saying Verily, Peter, I say unto you: Sit down, for you wear your big brother’s pants.
    (Animal Acts, 3:2265)

    Comment by Klaus Schnaufmich — November 6, 2007 @ 1:30 pm | Reply

  14. Hilarious. We feel the same way here. Can you add a link that explains your heliocentric theory about DST?

    Comment by Jaime — November 6, 2007 @ 2:14 pm | Reply

  15. The clock itself is an evil invention. Before clocks man correctly measured his time by the sun’s movement across the firmament and the ringing of the church bells.

    Comment by Rev.A.T. Tappman — November 6, 2007 @ 2:15 pm | Reply

  16. Ptolemy’s geocentric model is based upon time and certainly proves the more practical and enduring. The heliocentric model of Copernicus is based upon relative distance from the sun. If we were blessed with angelic wings, we would use the latter system for navigating. In this respect, it is the more divine of the two. But for us denizen of earth, who must await the return of our Lord Jesus Christ, the sun does, in fact, rise and the sun does, in fact, set. And we note this, almost religiously, with our mechanical time pieces.

    Comment by Farinelli Castrato — November 6, 2007 @ 2:17 pm | Reply

  17. I’m confused. Where in the bible is the calendar mandated? Where does it prohibit daylight savings time? Forgive my ignorance; I just have never run across any such passage previously in my readings.

    Comment by Joseph Haughey — November 6, 2007 @ 5:52 pm | Reply

  18. I should have known that this would be one of Siffylus’ posts. I’m sorry dear Mr. Siffy, but as long as you continue to claim that the Earth doesn’t move you will NEVER get ANYONE to take you seriously. I know that you have renounced any belief in science, but have you also renounced any claim to intelligence?
    I do have a gripe with daylight savings time though, they got it backwards, why do we have daylight savings time in the summer when there is an abundance of daylight, then turn the clocks back and make it get dark earlier (clock time anyway) in the winter when actual daylight is shorter?
    Just wondering here though, does the sun ever bump into any of the other planets during it’s trip around the Earth, or are the other planets all fixed an a foundation too?

    Just so everyone knows, I checked on that foundation and it’s made of cheap cinder block, hardly a God worthy construction job on that one.

    Comment by Arn Lewis — November 6, 2007 @ 8:41 pm | Reply

  19. Atheists like you will pay a heavy reckoning later, German.

    I would be careful with such blatantly prejudiced apostasy, Gotteslästerer.

    Just remember what happened to Judy Woodruff.

    Comment by Klaus Schnaufmich — November 6, 2007 @ 8:50 pm | Reply

  20. I’m confused. Where in the bible is the calendar mandated? Where does it prohibit daylight savings time? Forgive my ignorance; I just have never run across any such passage previously in my readings.

    Comment by Joseph Haughey — November 6, 2007 @ 5:52 pm

    Sorry Joe, these folks can’t answer your questions, if you disagree or show them where they are wrong, they will insult you, call you names (Lieberal and Demoncrat are a couple of their favorites) and generally sound off like a bunch of preschoolers, but they have no answers for the stupid things they say here, they just ramble on in their stupidity as if they think someone is actually going to believe them. If you are looking for the truth or for any signs of intelligence, this isn’t the place to look.

    [Ed Note: That’s not very nice. Who made you spokesperson for B4B, Annie?]

    Comment by Arn Lewis — November 6, 2007 @ 8:52 pm | Reply

  21. All those astronauts are going to burn in hell. NASA = National Atheist Subsidy Administration. Nasa was created by satinists to finance atheist projects in evolution and false astronomy. Read your Bible.

    [Ed Note: Yepyep. Er, satinists?]

    Comment by Bert Chadick — November 6, 2007 @ 9:14 pm | Reply

  22. But we must understand that the Earth is at the center and this has been proven by scientists. They have also proven that the sun is shrinking at such a fast rate that it would not be possible for life to exist on Earth 100,000 years ago because the sun would have been too big and hot. This blows the “theory” of evolution out of the water, as it were.

    Comment by AMarriedLady

    Scientists have proved this? Uh, I’m afraid if that were true I would have gotten that word by now, not only am I a close follower of all scientific findings, especially in the areas of quantum mathematics, but I am also a contributing author in three diferent scientific journals. And neither the center theory or the shrinking theory have ever made it into any respected publications that I have ever heard of, it is however, a proven fact that life did indeed live on Earth hundreds of millions of years ago, and that shrinking sun bull is just that, bull. Our sun is a young yellow dwarf, as it begins to deplenish its supply of hydrogen (millions of years from now) it will begin to expand (not shrink) into a red giant, at that time it’s diameter will include the orbits of most, if not all, of the planets (don’t try to submit your bull here that the Earth does not orbit the sun, I do have an education that goes beyond bible thumping and 2000 year old ideas that were born before any means of study were even available) the sun will eventually die and collapse in on itself, the final result is a nuetron star that is very tiny yet still maintains an enormous gravity well. (gravity is determined by mass not by size)

    However, feel free to post whatever proof you believe you may have on these silly theories, but bear in mind that there just may be some real scientists (not to mention some real Christians too) reading this that will spend the better part of the week just laughing at the thought of someone actually believing this nonsense.

    Comment by Arn Lewis — November 6, 2007 @ 9:48 pm | Reply

  23. And just for you Marriedlady, the Bible was written by men, which means that it is biased against women from the start, do you really think that women are supposed to love, honor and “obey” their man? Of course not, we are not above women, but men took advantage of God being male (really?) in order to make women their slaves and it worked for thousands of years. Unfortunately, those women that still believe these things are still slaves.

    [Ed Note: Puhleaze! MarriedLady doesn’t deserve your sociaist venom, Annie Lois. Why do you liberals always feel the compelling need to attack anybody who is pure of thought and soul? LEAVE MARRIEDLADY ALONE! You are not fit to shine her shoes.]

    Comment by Arn Lewis — November 6, 2007 @ 10:08 pm | Reply

  24. I have really enjoyed all this stimulating and informative debate. However, I am confused as to the origin of DST. I believe that I read in a biography that B. Franklin first came up with this idea. Not a member of any political party, B. was an apostate of note, who often sparred with respected religious figures of his day.

    Comment by Josh — November 6, 2007 @ 11:33 pm | Reply

  25. Mr Ed: (hmm, so the horse really does talk, now just gotta figure out which end he’s talking from),I am not a sociaist(what is a sociaist?), and I’ve told you over and over again that I am not a liberal, hell, I don’t even know what that is, I’m a hippie, nothing more nothing less. I was just trying to help poor Marriedlady by letting her know that she doesn’t have to be a slave anymore, slavery was abolished in this country for everyone except for women that live with folks like you who still follow all of those sexually biased ideals that come from the old testament. Ok, from the new testament too, I do seem to recall a few times that Jesus had women washing his feet. (wasn’t that job supposed to be reserved for a man’s wife?)

    Comment by Arn Lewis — November 7, 2007 @ 5:04 am | Reply

  26. [Ed Note: Yepyep. Er, satinists?]

    yes Ed, satinists, you know, those people that worship satin, like Paris Hilton, all of her sheets are satin.

    Comment by Arn Lewis — November 7, 2007 @ 5:07 am | Reply

  27. yes you are working an hour early, but wouldn’t you then be getting off an hour early? I don’t get how you get off an hour later.

    Comment by marketinghelper — November 7, 2007 @ 5:08 am | Reply

  28. Just remember what happened to Judy Woodruff.

    Comment by Klaus Schnaufmich — November 6, 2007
    Who is Judy Woodruff?

    Comment by Arn Lewis — November 7, 2007 @ 5:09 am | Reply

  29. Annie Lois, hmmm, I kinda like that, now where’s that little Republican slave boy of mine? I’m gonna have him put that on all my luggage, Annie Lois, yes, hmmmmm.

    Comment by Arn Lewis — November 7, 2007 @ 5:15 am | Reply

  30. Using a clock is satanic, but using a computer — the apex of all our scientific knowledge within the last hundred years — is not? If you’re gonna say something stupid, at least have the decency to not do it half-way.

    Comment by Adam Nelson — November 7, 2007 @ 6:54 am | Reply

  31. Dear Mr. Ed,

    Thank you for defending my virtue against these venomous attacks.

    A Married Lady

    Comment by AMarriedLady — November 7, 2007 @ 7:00 am | Reply

  32. “Dear Mr. Ed,

    Thank you for defending my virtue against these venomous attacks.

    A Married Lady”

    Yes, he did defend you, too bad he did such a poor job of it. Calling me names is hardly much of a defense, but considering his level of intelligence, I suppose it was the best he could do. You notice he didn’t have any means of proving me wrong, and that is because he also knows I am right, but he would never admit it, after all he wants women to be slaves too.

    Comment by Arn Lewis — November 7, 2007 @ 9:49 am | Reply

  33. You seem very angry, Arn. You’re probably depressed because it gets dark so much earlier and because without faith in God, your life has no meaning.

    Comment by Prudence — November 7, 2007 @ 10:19 am | Reply

  34. Marketinghelper @ yes you are working an hour early, but wouldn’t you then be getting off an hour early? I don’t get how you get off an hour later.

    Because Sisyphus is an honest man, that’s clear enough. If Sisyphus gave in to the heliocentric false time nonsense then he would be cheating his employer out of an hour of work that Sisyphus is getting paid for. That just shows you how Daylight savings is something made up by liberals looking for a handout; it makes Christians work an hour more while the liberals use it as an excuse to work and hour less.

    Comment by BJ Tabor — November 7, 2007 @ 10:24 am | Reply

  35. By the way, that was in no way a venomous attack, that was just stating the fact that you had been misinformed about scientists proving the Earth was at the center of the universe, for starters, such a thing is impossible to prove without measuring the exact diameter of the universe, then measuring our distance from each direction (and is it round?) and the shrinking sun theory is just silly, whoever told you that, or wherever you read it, they were either joking or ignorant, I prefer to believe they were joking, not many people would try to say something like that while being serious.
    I can’t in any way fault you for believing it to be true, almost anything can be made to be believable if stated in the right way. Not long ago I successfully discredited Einstein’s second work on relativity, then two days later went back and reaffirmed it to the satisfaction of over four thousand readers of both articles. In neither of them was I serious, I was just playing with numbers. I also convinced several readers (not as many though) that time, as a tangible phenomena, not only existed, but was alive. So please don’t believe everything you hear just because it was stated in a believable manner.

    Comment by Arn Lewis — November 7, 2007 @ 10:33 am | Reply

  36. The internet is a tool of satan. Everyone here is going to Hell. If you own a watch, your going to Hell. If you use a microwave oven, your going to Hell. Drive cars/trucks/bikes, Hell, Hell, Hell.

    Comment by Spacebrother — November 7, 2007 @ 10:36 am | Reply

  37. “Funny thing is that it was the Republican party who implemented and concocted the recent changes to Daylight Savings Time.”

    They altered it, thereby destroying its legitimacy. Someday, we’ll eliminate it altogether.

    “You are all dammed to hell for using clocks. You should only go by the cock crowing and the sun moving in the sky and setting.”

    Impossible if you live somewhere where air pollution and poultry regulations impair either the use of sunlight or the use of roosters as time-measuring devices. God is merciful on the unfortunate, United Nations-supporting Clam.

    “I can see where you are going with the argument against daylight savings time. It’s just not part of God’s natural laws. However, it did make my family early for church this past Sunday, and that’s not really a bad thing.”

    Bless you for your faith and wisdom. But why couldn’t you go to church early without this secularist deviancy as an incentive?

    Comment by Sisyphus — November 7, 2007 @ 11:55 am | Reply

  38. “You said Canada´s like hell. I assume that you are not a liar (and hence destined to hell, too) and can thus clearly say you: There are worse things then hell.”

    True. The edge of the Earth, Antarctica, is far colder than Canada. That’s probably because it’s near one of the colder levels of Hell, although it would be unChristian to speculate too outrageously.

    “I sincerely feel as a God-fearing Christian American that serious efforts should be made to re-introduce the use of public dunking ponds, public stocks, wearing of the various Letters, the practice of Gaol, and public burnings, in order to correct these unGodly delusions about the nature of His universe.”

    Amen!

    “Hilarious. We feel the same way here. Can you add a link that explains your heliocentric theory about DST?”

    What am I linking to?

    “I do have a gripe with daylight savings time though, they got it backwards, why do we have daylight savings time in the summer when there is an abundance of daylight, then turn the clocks back and make it get dark earlier (clock time anyway) in the winter when actual daylight is shorter?”

    Any tinkering with Time is an act of ultimate blasphemy. Why is that so hard for you to understand?

    “Just wondering here though, does the sun ever bump into any of the other planets during it’s trip around the Earth, or are the other planets all fixed an a foundation too?”

    There are no other planets. Those are merely stars, flicker-points wafting through the watery ether. This has all been discussed here before. If you’ll scroll through our science archives, you’ll soon find the posts discussing the ether. May you attain illumination and cast aside Satan and his works!

    “I would be careful with such blatantly prejudiced apostasy, Gotteslästerer.”

    Bless you! (Did you sneeze at the end, there?)

    “Just remember what happened to Judy Woodruff.”

    Who?

    Comment by Sisyphus — November 7, 2007 @ 12:04 pm | Reply

  39. “All those astronauts are going to burn in hell. NASA = National Atheist Subsidy Administration. Nasa was created by satinists to finance atheist projects in evolution and false astronomy. Read your Bible.”

    This is exactly right. Why do so few people understand this Truth?

    “Scientists have proved this? Uh, I’m afraid if that were true I would have gotten that word by now, not only am I a close follower of all scientific findings, especially in the areas of quantum mathematics, but I am also a contributing author in three diferent scientific journals.”

    The only true science is the Scripture, moonbat. The journals you ascribe to were written by the mendacious acolytes of the dark lord, Satan.

    “Because Sisyphus is an honest man, that’s clear enough. If Sisyphus gave in to the heliocentric false time nonsense then he would be cheating his employer out of an hour of work that Sisyphus is getting paid for. That just shows you how Daylight savings is something made up by liberals looking for a handout; it makes Christians work an hour more while the liberals use it as an excuse to work and hour less.”

    Exactly.

    “The internet is a tool of satan. Everyone here is going to Hell. If you own a watch, your going to Hell. If you use a microwave oven, your going to Hell. Drive cars/trucks/bikes, Hell, Hell, Hell.”

    Go to Hell, you Stormfronting goose-stepper.

    Comment by Sisyphus — November 7, 2007 @ 12:08 pm | Reply

  40. >>“I can see where you are going with the argument against daylight savings time. It’s just not part of God’s natural laws. However, it did make my family early for church this past Sunday, and that’s not really a bad thing.”

    >>Bless you for your faith and wisdom. But why couldn’t you go to church early without this secularist deviancy as an incentive?

    Dear Mr. Sisyphus,

    I agree that it would be best if I got to church early more often. However, we are blessed with seven children and it is often a bit challenging to get them all dressed and strapped into the Suburban on time, let alone early. We do our best though, and we haven’t been late yet!

    A Married Lady

    >>By the way, that was in no way a venomous attack, that was just stating the fact that you had been misinformed about scientists proving the Earth was at the center of the universe, for starters, such a thing is impossible to prove without measuring the exact diameter of the universe, then measuring our distance from each direction (and is it round?) and the shrinking sun theory is just silly, whoever told you that, or wherever you read it, they were either joking or ignorant, I prefer to believe they were joking, not many people would try to say something like that while being serious.
    >>I can’t in any way fault you for believing it to be true, almost anything can be made to be believable if stated in the right way. Not long ago I successfully discredited Einstein’s second work on relativity, then two days later went back and reaffirmed it to the satisfaction of over four thousand readers of both articles. In neither of them was I serious, I was just playing with numbers. I also convinced several readers (not as many though) that time, as a tangible phenomena, not only existed, but was alive. So please don’t believe everything you hear just because it was stated in a believable manner.

    Dear Miss Lewis,

    I’m not sure I follow you on Einstein’s theory. Did you successfully discredit it or were you just playing with numbers? I don’t believe that both statements can be true at the same time. As for my scientific knowledge, I have many good sources, but my primary source is God’s Word.

    I’m also concerned about the validity of your claim that you are a scientist. You seem to have a great deal of free time to post venom on blogs that you do not agree with. I would think that a working scientist would be busy in a laboratory trying to prove her theories, against all reasonable Biblical truths, which certainly must take a long time.

    As for your diatribes against me and my husband, I will just have to chalk it up to the obvious…you are a lonely single woman who hates men. There are words for that, but I am too much of a lady to use them. Suffice it to say that if you spent as much time looking for a good husband as you do spewing venom on this blog, you might have a change of heart. Unless of course you are a lesbian, and then you’re a lost cause anyway.

    In either case, I will pray for you.

    A Married Lady

    Comment by AMarriedLady — November 7, 2007 @ 12:26 pm | Reply

  41. There are no other planets. Those are merely stars, flicker-points wafting through the watery ether. This has all been discussed here before. If you’ll scroll through our science archives, you’ll soon find the posts discussing the ether. May you attain illumination and cast aside Satan and his works!

    sorry, I can see the other planets with my own telescope, and they are definately not stars, and if you think I’m going to take other posts by people like you as any sort of evidence to anything, then all I can say is, that’s what you get for thinking when you’re not used to it.
    Truth is, you are wrong, you know you are wrong and you have absolutely no way of defending your views other than by calling names, insulting people and repeating yourself just like that stuck needle BJ.
    And you are still using science every time you post something on the internet.

    Comment by Arn Lewis — November 7, 2007 @ 12:31 pm | Reply

  42. Arn @ And you are still using science every time you post something on the internet.

    Not all science is bad. There is bad science; secular neo-Darwinist science, meant to lure people into depravity and sin, and then there is good Christian science, which seeks to bring man close to God. An example of bad science is astronomy, which flies in the face of all rational Biblical evidence. The Internet is a good science, since Christians developed it to fight a nuclear war with the Godless commies who wanted to take over America and pitchfork babies off the Golden Gate bridge.

    I hope this helps Arn.

    Comment by BJ Tabor — November 7, 2007 @ 1:04 pm | Reply

  43. Marriedlady,, I never said I was a scientist, I said I have been a contributing author for science publications, I have studied science for over 35 years, and have written a few science fiction short stories and a few science articles, my study of science will continue till the day I die, but I am not, nor have I ever been a scientist, pick up a few science magazines sometime and you will find several articles with opinions, theories and thoughts published by individuals who are not scientists, some are just writers taking the scientific mumbo jumbo of scientists and re-writing it into an understandable language for the readers,(which is what I have done on occasion) some are arguements or personal thoughts on the findings of someone else’s research. If you wanted you could submit your own theories on the unmovable Earth to these publications, although you would be required to have at least some sort of supported documentation for it.
    As I said, I discredited it to the satisfaction of my readers, which was my intent, it wouldn’t have worked with actual scientists because they would have known that the documentation and mathematics I used were not genuine (in fact, I just made them up as I went along, as I said earlier, the facts and numbers are unimportant when talking to most people, it’s how convincing you are in your presentation). And yes, I did shortly afterwards let the readers know that I was just seeing if they would fall for it.

    And lastly, I am not female, that is A R N not A N N, and you cannot deny that the Bible puts men firmly in the position of masters over women, however, if you are satisfied with that arrangement then good for you, however most women prefer to be considered equal to men, which they are.

    as for my actual education, I am a high school drop out, but schooling doesn’t end at school.

    Comment by Arn Lewis — November 7, 2007 @ 1:09 pm | Reply

  44. “The Internet is a good science, since Christians developed it to fight a nuclear war with the Godless commies who wanted to take over America and pitchfork babies off the Golden Gate bridge.

    I hope this helps Arn.”

    yes it does, it helps convince me that you are insane.

    Comment by Arn Lewis — November 7, 2007 @ 1:11 pm | Reply

  45. Arn,

    Why the personal attacks? I understand you hate God for creating you but why do you hate me?

    Comment by BJ Tabor — November 7, 2007 @ 2:27 pm | Reply

  46. I don’t hate you BJ, I hate that you would believe such insane things as Christians waging nuclear war, the Flat Earth is perched on a solid foundation and is unmoving, at the imaginary center of the universe no less.

    As a regular guy to run into on the streets you are probably a nice person and could be a friend to many, but when it comes to your beliefs and the arrogant way you defend them and the way you talk to those who disagree, you are hardly worthy of anyone’s time. A closed mind is an impossible thing to reach.

    Comment by Arn Lewis — November 7, 2007 @ 2:51 pm | Reply

  47. Closed mind? Because I am not willing to buy into this collective fable of “modern science” and just strive to follow my personal beliefs it makes me a target for all these personal attacks? Do try to keep it in mind this a Christian(Republican Baptist) forum Arn. How would you like it if I followed you into a research lab or class room screaming that only Christianity should be discussed there?

    Comment by BJ Tabor — November 7, 2007 @ 3:17 pm | Reply

  48. As I said, I discredited it to the satisfaction of my readers, which was my intent, it wouldn’t have worked with actual scientists because they would have known that the documentation and mathematics I used were not genuine (in fact, I just made them up as I went along, as I said earlier, the facts and numbers are unimportant when talking to most people, it’s how convincing you are in your presentation). And yes, I did shortly afterwards let the readers know that I was just seeing if they would fall for it.

    Spoken like a true scientist. That’s what they all do. I’m glad you realize how underhanded they are, but you don’t seem to recognize that you are as dishonest as they.

    as for my actual education, I am a high school drop out, but schooling doesn’t end at school.

    Perhaps that explains your inability to grasp G-d’s Truth.

    Comment by Psycheout — November 7, 2007 @ 3:17 pm | Reply

  49. BJ, if this was truely a Christian forum you would not post such unChristian thoughts as favoring nuclear war, or hatred towards others because of their nationality, color or religious beliefs, I know you are not as ignorant as you portray yourself to be, you do know that Jesus would not endorse any of these things, in fact he taught against these very things.(well, except for the nuclear war because nuclear weopons didn’t exist at that time) but he did teach the ideal of brotherhood for all rather than violence against those that you disagree with.

    As for following me into a classroom, I don’t go in classrooms, I suppose you have never heard of the term independant study. But if you followed anyone into any classroom doing that, you would be thrown out for disrupting the class. And I do believe the teachings of the bible, as far as the ideals that are taught in the bible, and I do know them quite well, I just don’t believe in the existence of God himself, but as for teaching moral values, the bible is great, it also makes for very interesting reading. But nothing that is said here is anywhere close to the real meaning of what is written in the bible. Any true Christian would be shocked to see their beliefs exploited in this manner.

    Psycho,,, spoken like a true scientist? I don’t think so, I am not a true scientist, true scientists do real research and the research is documented and checked by other scientists, as is whatever mathematics used, if any, in the formulation of their theories and findings. I even do that myself when I run across research in an area that I had never studied myself, I go over the mathematics to verify to my own satisfaction as to their conclusions. (I am no scientist, but mathematics is my favorite area of study since it is the backbone of all major scientific breakthroughs)
    My being a high school dropout in no way affects my ability to grasp anything, the minds ability to grasp new ideas or to understand new concepts is developed before you reach adulthood (way before) the school only makes a difference in what ideas are placed there to grasp.

    Comment by Arn Lewis — November 7, 2007 @ 3:47 pm | Reply

  50. Miss Lewis said: “And just for you Marriedlady, the Bible was written by men, which means that it is biased against women from the start, do you really think that women are supposed to love, honor and “obey” their man? Of course not, we are not above women, but men took advantage of God being male (really?) in order to make women their slaves and it worked for thousands of years. Unfortunately, those women that still believe these things are still slaves.”

    Sorry, but I find it very difficult to believe that a man would write this. Why would a man ever take that position? You say you are “not female” but you offer no proof (isn’t that what you science types believe is needed before you make a claim?). You have already admitted that you lied to “your readers” in order to see if they would “fall for it.” I don’t believe you are being truthful to us. If you were truthful about your scientific credentials, you would post links to your “articles” which you say were published in “scientific journals.”

    Based on the evidence you have provided here, I am still of the opinion that you are a lonely single woman who is clearly unhappy and has some pitiful need to try to convince other people that their beliefs are wrong while not supporting your own beliefs. Again, I will continue to pray for your happiness and your soul. Blessed be.

    Comment by AMarriedLady — November 7, 2007 @ 4:02 pm | Reply

  51. Marriedlady, there is a link on my name to my myspace profile with a picture of me, that should do as proof of my sex, as for links to my articles, I will look for you, but I can’t guarantee I can find them, these are all things that I haven’t thought about for a long time until I started reading the posts on this site, I quit writing before the internet existed, (laziness mostly) and these were done in the mid to late seventies, however if there are any in existence I will find them.
    All of my recent writings,(which I just started doing online in the past year) have been in three places, one of those places is on myspace, read my blogs, they cover areas from science to politics to gardening and just everyday life, and several of those are also just jokes (believe me, the ones that are jokes, you will know they are) the other two were my own sites that were recently dismantled (you’ll find references to them in my blogs, some of my regular readers on myspace were also readers of my other two sites) do to my blatant and often brutal attacks on the government and on the present administration in particular. My hatred of Bush and Cheney is very evident in everything I write.
    However if you happen to cruise through some of them you will find posts on evolution, Einsteins relativity theories, and some of the reasons why they don’t work, because from every angle, there is another paradox to contend with that makes what seems to be proven fact impossible.
    Just bear in mind that, like here, everything posted is copyrighted and may not be copied in all or in part, so if you find anything you would like others to see, link them to the page, don’t copy it to paste here.
    And I do need to apologise for an error on my part, I don’t always think and use the terms that are called for in a particular situation, “Journals” was not the proper term, as journals ARE generally written and compiled by the scientists themselves, I should have said publications as I did in my next comment, for I was referring to magazines, and as I said earlier these were not my own articles (as far as research goes) but rather my rewriting of the original work in a manner that is understandable to the general public. Scientific journals themselves are written in a language that would be foreign to most of us unless we had previously studied the subject at hand.
    And that is more explaining than anyone here has offered for any of their statements, and I don’t think anyone here has really given me a reason to explain anything, since they all refuse to do the same.

    Comment by Arn Lewis — November 7, 2007 @ 4:51 pm | Reply

  52. My hatred of Bush and Cheney is very evident in everything I write.

    A professed victim of BDS. No need to read further. You need prayers, not the attention you so desperately crave.

    Comment by Psycheout — November 7, 2007 @ 6:33 pm | Reply

  53. what is BDS

    [Ed Note: Bush Derangement Syndrome.]

    Comment by Arn Lewis — November 7, 2007 @ 6:51 pm | Reply

  54. The internet is an amazing thing, I actually found them, and a few things that I had completely forgotten about, like an old picture of me as a young man in National Geographic magazine in 1975. And another picture of me from the newspaper in Star City, Arkansas in 1989, and again in the Little Rock newspaper from 1988, in that picture I was dangling from the roof of a building in Little Rock, how I ended up there was not as serious as it looked in the picture, in fact I was laughing at that moment (at my own stupidity) even though I was actually in considerable danger of becoming a puddle on the sidewalk.

    I even located some of the pics taken by the county sheriffs department of a crop of mine that they harvested, that, too, was funny since they pulled up my entire crop of Marigolds as evidence that I was growing marijuana on my property. Needless to say, there were a couple of very embarrassed deputies when the plants were turned over to the station for evidence
    I’m back off to the world wide web to see what other tidbits I can find, I never realised that so many obscure unimportant and useless little things were placed on the net.

    What am I saying? look at where I’m at now,,, sheesh.

    Comment by Arn Lewis — November 7, 2007 @ 7:55 pm | Reply

  55. [Ed Note: Bush Derangement Syndrome.]

    Ahhhh, that would make sense after all he is quite deranged

    Comment by Arn Lewis — November 7, 2007 @ 7:57 pm | Reply

  56. This Arn Lewis is a Communist. Why haven’t people like him been killed off yet? I thought we were going to do that in 1993, but then that Communist Clinton took over.

    Anyone who sets their clock back an hour is an America-hater, and a Communist at best. Those people need to be shot, too.

    Comment by Marcia P. — November 8, 2007 @ 7:38 am | Reply

  57. “Because Sisyphus is an honest man, that’s clear enough. If Sisyphus gave in to the heliocentric false time nonsense then he would be cheating his employer out of an hour of work that Sisyphus is getting paid for. That just shows you how Daylight savings is something made up by liberals looking for a handout; it makes Christians work an hour more while the liberals use it as an excuse to work and hour less.”

    Sisyphus is going to Hell. Also it was Republican Conservative’s who recently passed a bill to change daylight savings time dumbass.

    “Go to Hell, you Stormfronting goose-stepper.”

    Comment by Sisyphus — November 7, 2007 @ 12:08 pm

    No thanks. You’re certainly going there though, Satanistphus.

    Comment by Spacebrother — November 8, 2007 @ 10:27 am | Reply

  58. “Anyone who sets their clock back an hour is an America-hater, and a Communist at best. Those people need to be shot, too.”

    Comment by Marcia P. — November 8, 2007 @ 7:38 am

    Congrats. You win the moron of the day award. Really, put yourself out of your own misery.

    Comment by Spacebrother — November 8, 2007 @ 10:30 am | Reply

  59. “Go to Hell, you Stormfronting goose-stepper.”

    typical sisy style. And just a bit monotonous.

    Comment by Arn Lewis — November 8, 2007 @ 1:31 pm | Reply

  60. “This Arn Lewis is a Communist. Why haven’t people like him been killed off yet? I thought we were going to do that in 1993, but then that Communist Clinton took over.”
    Comment by Marcia P.

    I hate to tell you this but,,,,. Never mind, you aren’t worth the time.

    Comment by Arn Lewis — November 8, 2007 @ 1:33 pm | Reply

  61. “There are no other planets. Those are merely stars, flicker-points wafting through the watery ether.”

    This has got to be a joke.

    Comment by Krystin — November 8, 2007 @ 10:36 pm | Reply

  62. “There are no other planets. Those are merely stars, flicker-points wafting through the watery ether.”

    “This has got to be a joke.”

    Comment by Krystin — November 8, 2007 @ 10:36 pm

    I’m sure some of these imbecile’s believe it.

    Comment by Spacebrother — November 9, 2007 @ 3:54 pm | Reply

  63. it makes Christians work an hour more while the liberals use it as an excuse to work and hour less.

    Comment by BJ Tabor — November 7, 2007 @ 10:24

    your cup of stupidity runneth over

    Comment by Arn Lewis — November 9, 2007 @ 3:56 pm | Reply

  64. “If Sisyphus gave in to the heliocentric false time nonsense”

    and let’s put this helio-question to rest once and for all, if you think the world is flat, in the middle of the universe and supported on an unmoving foundation, then your point should be very easy to prove, just take your little digital camera to the edge of the Earth and take a picture of it, oh, and it might help if you climb down the side to get under it and take a pic of that foundation too,,, if you can’t do that, then you have absolutely nothing to back up your point on that. I can show you film footage of it moving, all you need is a snapshot to prove it isn’t.
    Now let’s hear a logical reason why you can’t do that, since we all know you can’t.

    Comment by Arn Lewis — November 9, 2007 @ 4:05 pm | Reply

  65. “and let’s put this helio-question to rest once and for all, if you think the world is flat, in the middle of the universe and supported on an unmoving foundation, then your point should be very easy to prove, just take your little digital camera to the edge of the Earth and take a picture of it, oh, and it might help if you climb down the side to get under it and take a pic of that foundation too,,, if you can’t do that, then you have absolutely nothing to back up your point on that. I can show you film footage of it moving, all you need is a snapshot to prove it isn’t.”

    Antarctica is very far away, and zealously guarded by the military because they don’t want people to learn the truth- that the Copernicans have been lying to them for the last 500 years. NASA is the greatest taxpayer boondoggle in American history. You don’t think they’d be willing to bury a genuine investigative journalist or two who tried to uncover the truth about the treefrog theft of untold billions? Wake up, moron. Your liberal overlords are liars, thieves, rapists, and murderers- and that’s just Bill Clinton.

    Comment by Sisyphus — November 10, 2007 @ 7:07 am | Reply

  66. Daylight Savings Time was invented by our government about 100 years ago. The Good Lord is the only one still alive who can explain why they would do such a ridiculous thing–but no government is perfect.

    And I know I have the time right because time zones weren’t even invented until the late 19th century. Copernicus lived in the 15th century, and time zones, and Daylight Savings Time, have nothing whatsoever to do with him.

    Comment by a TRUE Christian — November 14, 2007 @ 8:59 pm | Reply

  67. “You have to just laughed at the liberals and their denial. Thanks to their denial of the existence of epicycles their clocks are wrong half the time of the year. Keep up the good fight for Jesus Sisyphus. Maybe someday the so called “cool” science kids will look up from their bunsen burners and take a look at reality like we Christians do.

    Comment by BJ Tabor — November 6, 2007 @ 10:42 am”

    Daylight Savings Time has nothing to do with the existence or nonexistence of epicycles. Also, DST ended this month. Sisyphus technically should have been running on the current time all along, instead of living the entire year on DST like the hypocrite he is.

    As a clear-thinking, rational human being, I am strongly against DST, simply because it makes no sense in any scientific or religious context.

    Comment by a TRUE Christian — November 14, 2007 @ 9:02 pm | Reply


RSS feed for comments on this post. TrackBack URI

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

Blog at WordPress.com.

%d bloggers like this: