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  3. I am a graduate student at University of Notre Dame in the statistical physics program. Because of my firm Christian views I endure much ridicule from my fellow doctoral candidates and so-called professors (most of what they “profess” is untruth, clearly.)

    To the point: I agree with you that it’s obvious the Earth neither rotates nor revolves; any simpleton can see this by common observation.

    Yet when it comes to Foucault’s pendulum experiment – advocated by atheistic science – I’ve always been fascinated and perplexed.

    A long pendulum set swinging along a precisely fixed transit, say north to south, should knock over only the pegs set on the floor at N and S in a stationary system, as our Earth is. Yet Foucault’s pendulum always knocks over peg after peg in a circuit, giving the illusion that the ground itself (Earth’s surface) is moving under the pendulum bob.

    I have spent considerable time now deducing how this illusion is caused. In my paper “Precessional Disruption of Pendulum Oscillation by Observer Proximity” I explained the true dynamics, which I believe will add armor to our Godly cause.

    After careful testing, eliminating one by one all possible explanations, there’s only one explanation left: Satan himself is causing the pegs to be hit as the pendulum swings.

    To be brief, I proved this very simply. I built a motorized self-damping sidereal -compensated pendulum, comprised of an 8 pound shotput suspended on a 40’ non-malleable wire. On the floor beneath it, a ring of 112 wooden pegs.

    The pendulum always knocked over all of the pegs. Then, after much prayer, God spoke to me, and I set up the defining test…

    I replaced the ordinary pegs with silver crucifixes. I once again set the pendulum in motion. You cannot imagine my awe when the shotput knocked over the N & S crosses as expected, yet continued to strike only the same path without ever touching another cross! The usual amplitude arc was utterly blocked.

    It continued like this for a full day!

    But did this actually prove Satan’s interference in the non-crucifix tests? No it did not. That discovery came when I invited 4 other doctoral candidates to my workshop to observe the phenomenon. Lo and behold, the pendulum, in their presence, acted as if the crosses were secular pegs, knocking them down as before. (I again sustained more personal ridicule of course).

    But recognizing that my fellow scientists were all Marxist/atheists, it dawned on me that the true effect is revealed only when those washed in the Blood are in observance (secondarily proving the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle as it pertains to Christian versus non-Christian quantum effect observation!) By their proximity, skeptics and atheists obviously disturbed the motive differential of the test.

    To summarize: I believe that the Deceiver Satan has clearly been skewing my and all other scientific research to confound humanity and keep us in darkness! The Earth is immovable, as Scripture proves…but Satan convinces us otherwise.

    A secular-humanist mathematician recently told me that what my tests demonstrate was nothing more than bad science. I immediately asked him if he realized that the word “demon” is contained in “demonstrate”. Proving his ignorance, he had no answer!

    I pray my findings will help you and your readers in strengthening the battle for Truth through Christ. I am now engaged in experimentation, inspired by Scripture, to explain the illusion of “gravity” (for even the retarded know that airplanes and balloons rise from the ground, defying what atheistic science calls Newtonian Gravitation).

    Hoping we get a man of enlightenment like Mr. Brownback in the White House soon!

    Todd Alschid
    Notre Dame

    Comment by Todd Alschid — August 3, 2007 @ 9:38 pm | Reply

  4. Great fakepost!

    Comment by Brandon Explosion — August 7, 2007 @ 11:51 am | Reply

  5. Mr. Brandon –

    I’m sorry, I don’t know what a “fakepost” is. Is that term meant to be derisive toward me, toward Jesus or toward my scientific findings? Please present evidence. If you’re somehow questioning my methods I ask you to withhold judgment until I can post my next paper, “Secular Cross-Referenced Evidential Withholdings by Yawhist Outlaw Universalists”. I think you’ll find it interesting.

    Comment by Todd Alschid — August 13, 2007 @ 11:15 pm | Reply

  6. Don’t mind Brandon, he’s an idiot who will soon explode.

    Comment by Psycheout — August 13, 2007 @ 11:24 pm | Reply

  7. Your guy Brownback ruffled some feathers with his view on evolution. An editor in the scientific journal, Nature, denounced Brownback.

    I wrote a critique of the Nature article here.

    Thanks, my apologies if you already read the editorial

    Comment by Laz — August 14, 2007 @ 11:36 pm | Reply

  8. Todd,

    I am mocking your “scientific research”.

    Comment by Brandon Explosion — August 17, 2007 @ 12:10 pm | Reply

  9. Mr Brandon –

    Even Jesus was mocked. As we speak, our infallible Christian President George Bush, personally anointed by God Himself – and a man of science – is mocked!

    You apparently are blind to the acronymic/acrostic nature of my scientific research. I adjure you to delve more closely in what the Aristotelean Greeks called “the Firsts of the Words”. Those of us in true Christian knowledge are Blessed Under Lordship, Liberating Science, Heightened, Integral, True.

    Comment by Todd Alschid — August 17, 2007 @ 11:31 pm | Reply

  10. Republican presidential hopeful, U.S.,Sen. Sam Brownback, R-Kan. during a speech at the New Hampshire Institute of Politics at Saint Anselm College in Manchester, N.H., Tuesday, Sept. 4, 2007.(AP Photo/Jim Cole)

    [Ed Note: Great photo! For context, see How To Mislead with a Single Photo.]

    Comment by John — September 5, 2007 @ 9:42 am | Reply

  11. I think I may add this site to my favorites, if only for the laughs I get out of the ridiculousness.

    And, just so you know, I’m an anime fan, and read the “Anime Encourages Murder” article… I must say, even though some points were valid, it was one of the most ridiculous articles I’ve ever read. I mean, you’re frighteningly similar to Jack Thompson and his blaming video games for society’s problems.

    By the way, it’s interesting that you apparently know of so many hentai (which are anime porn), considering you seem to think that all anime are hentai in their “original form”… Interesting, seeing as I know of very little hentai (which I don’t watch), and very many anime with no sexual content whatsoever.

    You know, here’s an idea. Why don’t you make any mention of Higurashi no Naku Koro Ni’s English dub? As far as I can tell, it’s completely unaltered from the original form. Not to mention that, although it does occasionally contain violence, Higurashi is also often light-hearted.

    One last thing… I know that you know you’re speaking lies, although there were two cases of axe-related murders in Japan. Upon reading all of one of your articles, I’m sure that most, if not all people will know that it’s “bogus”.

    Now, I’m done wasting my time on this, though it’s probably what you were wanting out of this.

    Comment by John W. — October 1, 2007 @ 10:01 pm | Reply

  12. lol…brownback

    isn’t he the gay republican senator who got caught sucking off some guy in a bathroom?

    [Ed Note: No, but your ignorance is astounding. Thanks for sharing.]

    Comment by TP — October 2, 2007 @ 12:57 am | Reply

  13. American arrogance. Just because George Bush is president of the US does not mean he is God’s chosen. Every pope since the first, who was chosen by Jesus, is not even chosen by God. They are elected by the cardinals, and some popes have been accused of crimes.

    Comment by Ninja Kittens — October 7, 2007 @ 6:08 am | Reply

  14. OK.

    You shouldn’t be president. I’m from the UK. You may not give a spit about my opinion, but you really shouldn’t be president. Al Gore! Now there’s a sensible man!

    Oh, and the ‘Anime Encourages Murder’ article? A stroke of comedy genius. I have forwarded it to Mr. Stephen Fry for delectation at his own leisure. I’m sure a comedy genius such as himself would recognise such excellent comedic works.

    Take care, now.

    Don’t run for president. It’ll be a complete waste of time.


    Comment by cohaagen — October 19, 2007 @ 9:10 am | Reply

  15. Wow…obviously you are not against drugs…You my friend, have got to be on some serious stuff.
    Your delusional and insane.
    And a have a good dose of paranoia mix in there as well.

    Comment by tony — October 19, 2007 @ 2:50 pm | Reply


    Praise Jesus Servant of God and be thou blessed.

    My name is Jane, I am born again, and I am a servant of God. I have read notes on the Spirit of witchcraft from you and have discovered that I need your prayers desparately. I am unnecessarily struggling in my life and ministry. Some powers are controlling and trying to destroy my life, marriage and ministry desparately.

    For example, I find it difficult to pray because whenever I am praying my mind is loitering on different issues distracting my prayer completely. The prayer is dry and a mere struggle. Whenever I dream I forget the dream immediately I wake up and I feel like a stone has been placed across my mind and memory – surely some powerful mind controlling demons must be working hard on me.

    My ministry is stagnant and dry – no growth, no visions, no dreams, no new members, no intecessors, no singers, no nothing. Sometimes I wake up in the morning and find some funny painful scratch over my body either on the arms or leggs or shoulders or elsewhere.

    The worst of all I have developed a very disgusting bad mouth breath that is completely obstructing me from service to people – this is really oppressing given the fact that I deal with healing and deliverance ministry whereby I have to pray over people and counsel them!!!!

    Please pray for me over these issues and send this request to every intercessor everywhere – except Kenya where I come from.

    Thank you for being there for me.

    JANE from Kenya

    Comment by JANE — November 6, 2007 @ 2:36 am | Reply

  17. “Todd”,

    Funny, you’re a graduate student at Notre Dame whose name is not listed as a current physics grad student, not in the online phone directory, and fails to yield a single hit on the U of ND website.

    It’s always the little details…

    Comment by Pazuzu's Petals — November 6, 2007 @ 10:48 pm | Reply

  18. frst off, Love you for being for the government, and second love you for your hatred towards those that are trying to fit in aka Furries. You are a pathetic excuse for a politician. Burn in heck for your sin and furry bashing.

    The Anarchists are always against you,
    Hellion Stallazza

    P.S. The Government lies way too much and only cares about money and themselves.

    1 trillion dollars gone to waste.

    Coup D’Etat!

    Comment by Hellion the Anarchist — November 14, 2007 @ 11:32 pm | Reply

  19. Todd, I think I have the answer to your question.

    I spent the better part of yesterday working on a device that would ensure that Satan would keep away from everything other than the control in my experiment. Normally, working on the Sabbath is a sin, but since I would be glorifying the LORD’s name, I don’t see why not. After all, I’m not gathering sticks.

    I set up the Foucault pendulum in my backyard in Orange County, California. I wasn’t sure if Dayton, Tennessee would have been a good place for the experiment, since Satan tucks in his tail and BOLTS when he sees someone from that area! To be sure Satan would be diverted, however, I drilled in the pegs about 3200 feet into the ground until it glowed Satanic red, for as we know, Satan’s domain is underneath this flat Earth. Now, my ‘pendulum’ was no ordinary bronze plate. This ‘pendulum’ was a ponytailed male that dared to cover his head (not to mention it is a shame for a man to have long hair) while in my church! Knowing a good opportunity when I see one, I kidnapped the man and took him to my lawn. Since the Bible does not specify the punishment for him, I had to improvise a little bit.

    The man happened to have an 18-inch ponytail, and he was rather easy to secure to a ring similar to a monkey-bar ring with his hair. This ring was firmly secured in a style similar to the way hangings were (are?) carried out, but since he was secured with his hair, he had no fear of losing his life. Simply wrapping the ponytail around the length of the ring three times followed by a nice, tight knot sufficed. Now the soles of his shoes were very hard, typical of Nikes. In addition to the deep pegs, ultra-firm sandpaper was spread in the areas of the pegs. This stuff is simply too rough and velcro-like on the bottom side to possibly move, as anyone with an IQ over Barbara Streissand knows.

    For my pegs, I drilled Hemis onto them. Since Satan is a homosexual, he is deathly terrified of anything that resembles masculinity, and since Hemis invoke images of hardcore, REAL men, I struck gold! The experiment commenced. The ponytailed man swung over the Hemis, just as I had planned. However, the man never lost motion whatsoever as he flailed about. In addition, the stake he was secured to moved no more than the ultra-thick sandpaper/pegs did. If Heliocentrism were true, one would have to have much more difficulty moving in the other direction than the Earth would be rotating, and the stake (not to mention everything else except the pegs) would have to be flying all over the place. However, I observed a continued 4.2 seconds per pass of the fulcrum, with absolutely predictable paths of motion! He swung rather boringly like this for about an hour. With gravity (and, by extension, the round earth theory) and Heliocentrism rebutted once and for all, I figured that if the Earth were round, then if I changed the initial height of his swinging position, the time between fulcrum passages would have to extend. But nope, still 4.2 seconds as I raised him up. Then, a peculiar thing happened.

    I, being of a clumsy nature, accidentaly let go of the pulley lever that was keeping him suspended. The man flew down at breakneck speed, right into a Hemi! It was unfortunate, but more importantly, he STILL did not deviate from 4.2 seconds a pass! With his body now in the shape of several kibbles of rat food, one would normally not know how to dispose of these, but thankfully, I shot these through a Colt 45 down the holes I drilled for the pegs. I heard quite a few groans of the damned after the result, thus I could make the obvious conclusion that Satan, indeed, lives underneath this flat Earth. According to the Darwinists, I should have shot a glowing gold ‘core’, whatever that is, but seeing as how the damned groaned in extreme agony once pelted, Christianity is the One True Religion, and Satan is real and tangible. I think I have also concluded that the planets and stars are mirages much in the way that oasises in the desert are.

    The Hemis I launched by catapult into the nearest nudist colony, and my, were the screams and repentance abounding! The sandpaper eventually wore itself out when my dog came outside to relieve itself of itches and urine on it. The pegs, therefore, went flying into the domain of Satan, causing more cries of agony! The stake I kept as a future method of frightening children away on Halloween (perhaps using them as experiments). Finally, the only task I had left to do was to plug up the holes. True to my name, I shot my special Corks (used in 70% of the wines of Champagne) into these holes. These corks could expand at the mere whim of the Lord, so they covered the holes at the very bottom so Satan would forever be reminded of my experiments and perhaps not be so keen on creating Darwinists. Once the holes were corked at the bottom, it was a mere matter of adding redwood seeds so these holes would never be uncovered.

    All this was done with INTENSE PRAYER. I am not expecting any favors until the birth of Christ. You see, with God, all things are possible, including rebuking idiot helioleftists!

    I hope to see you in heaven one day, Todd 😀

    Comment by Bob_Corker — November 19, 2007 @ 8:37 pm | Reply

  20. Oi, Bob. That is all I can say. Oi. That was amazingly bad. It was worse than a fanfic.
    That whole thing you typed made Plan 9 from Outer Space look good.
    I could go on and on, but that would be pointless, really.

    Comment by Armand Jean du Plessis de Richelieu — November 19, 2007 @ 8:46 pm | Reply

  21. OK Richelieu, first of all, you shouldn’t be taking the name of the advisor of Henry IV. He was far greater than you.

    Second, are you too stupid to comprehend what I just did? I just proved to myself that there is nothing scientists have gotten right YET! Mendel, Darwin, Copernicus, Newton, Mendeleev… all frauds. If you can’t comprehend the methods I used, don’t comment. Simple as that. I suppose that commentors are getting dumber, however, and the inevitable march of liberals to their head implosions is taking an eternity to happen.

    Comment by Bob_Corker — November 19, 2007 @ 9:11 pm | Reply

  22. tell you what bobcock, I have a long ponytail myself, if you can come do that to me then I’ll believe you did it to someone else, of course you’d never get past the securing the pony tail part before I broke every bone in your body, just as I’m sure anyone else would do to you if you tried it on them. Overall, the whole story was pure dribble, and about as flat as you claim the world is, you know, you would get a lot more people to listen to you if you just dropped the stupid flat earth crap, everyone on earth knows it isn’t flat, and so do you, you can only carry a stupid lie so far before you lose all credibility with everyone.
    And the pendulum does work, when you set one up properly, but that doesn’t include using a human as the pendulum. But it only works on a rotating earth so it wouldn’t work on that flat thing that you live on.

    Comment by Arn — November 19, 2007 @ 9:15 pm | Reply

  23. Bobby boy, if it takes you this long to google my pen, then that just adds to the hilarity.
    Your “methods” are laughably ridiculous, and are less connected to the realm of reality than Goldberg.

    Bobby, I have to establish something, do you believe that NASA happened?

    Either way, were the earth flat, working off of that assumption, then how come the architects and engineers that built the Verrazano Narrow Bridge were forced by its very length to take into account the curvature of the Earth?

    Why does the church not hold that as their official view of the earth’s shape?
    Why did they not even contest the spherical suggestion when it first came about? Nor never ever after that? Why do you troll so ridiculously?
    Because it gets results.
    And you get your lulz.

    Comment by Armand Jean du Plessis de Richelieu — November 19, 2007 @ 9:45 pm | Reply

  24. “Bobby boy, if it takes you this long to google my pen, then that just adds to the hilarity.”

    It wasn’t googled. Way to stereotype me and other conservatives as idiots. It’s worth noting he thought the earth was flat and that the earth was fixed.

    “Your “methods” are laughably ridiculous, and are less connected to the realm of reality than Goldberg.”

    With God, all things are possible! In addition, round earthers can’t explain how a compass works. God would never make anything so unintelligent as two polar regions and then make only one of them magnetic.

    “Bobby, I have to establish something, do you believe that NASA happened?”

    NASA Is a Corrupt Phony Plot
    I Have a Doubt

    Personally, I think that NASA went near the moon before 1969, but learned the shape of the Earth. They couldn’t land on it, because they move.

    “Either way, were the earth flat, working off of that assumption, then how come the architects and engineers that built the Verrazano Narrow Bridge were forced by its very length to take into account the curvature of the Earth?”

    The 693 feet towers would have had such a great proportion of height:weight that they would have simply collapsed if the tops were the same length as the base. It’s just like Legos; you can only build a connected structure so high until it collapses. Until distance is factored, your argument can’t even be considered. Once distance is factored in, it turns out to be not only a false alleigance to the theory of the time, but also as a precaution method to warn ships on where the pillars are in fog. Cute argument, but debunked.

    “Why does the church not hold that as their official view of the earth’s shape?”

    The Catholic church? Protestants abide by Sola Scriptura , but likely haven’t examined the Bible deeply enough. The church would probably be annihilated by the science establishment if they were any bolder than attacking Darwinism. When Catholics took Darwin and Copernicus off the list, they were caving in to social pressure.

    “Why did they not even contest the spherical suggestion when it first came about? Nor never ever after that?”

    They must have not had any knowledge of 1 Enoch. You being at least a ‘liberal Christian’ (merely those atheists too weak to announce their beliefs, since Christianity’s original doctrines are conservative), however, likely have no knowledge of this.

    “Why do you troll so ridiculously?”

    Angering Born Clueless is pretty funny, but other than that, I post to share my views with fellow conservatives. If I wanted to troll, I’d go to a liberal website, but since I’m unwelcome there and the place reeks with sin, I avoid it at all costs.

    “Because it gets results.
    And you get your lulz.

    Oh, you hang out at Encyclopedia Dramatica? That’s not factual even by a scientists standards. Perhaps you are just a 13 year old boy twiddling your acne angering everyone you come across, but I could really care less about your foolish views.

    The World Is Flat

    Comment by Bob_Corker — November 21, 2007 @ 4:04 pm | Reply

  25. I rarely visit Encyclopedia Dramatica, it is a silly place. Anyone who thinks that anything on that site is factual, however would not be the type to hang out there.
    If it was known from the beginning where my moniker originated, why did it take a week (and though this may be unrelated, until after I had told someone that was mocking the name to learn their historic figures) for anyone on here to call me out on it? Obviously you felt strongly about it, why did you not when I first posted?
    I still hold that only a troll would post such a ridiculous story. You have provided nothing to counter that.
    (Although I still say it needs some circus elephants and other classic Goldbergian devices)

    And I like how the strongest institution in the world, the one that left kings on their knees outside in hair sweaters for the very approval of their head, was supposedly caving into social pressure when they acceded to new scientific theories.

    Fortunately, neither of us cares about the other’s views, though we both reply back and forth to each other.

    [Ed Note: Why? Because you’re really smart? No, because you’re an idiot. Wow it took a whole week for someone to point out the obvious historical context of your name? That means you’re somehow clever? Guess again, dummy. You’ve never had anything of consequence to say, so who’d bother to point it out? It’s incredible how smug and self-important liberals are without any justification whatsoever.]

    Comment by Armand Jean du Plessis de Richelieu — November 21, 2007 @ 7:10 pm | Reply

  26. “And I like how the strongest institution in the world, the one that left kings on their knees outside in hair sweaters for the very approval of their head, was supposedly caving into social pressure when they acceded to new scientific theories.”
    You haven’t studied CIA espionage tactics, have you? Primitive variations of these were often employed by treefrog leftists such as yourself. According to you, since God picked the Catholic Church to be the most powerful religion, we should all worship it. However, it is only the religion, not necessarily the church. I bet you’ve never heard of ‘loss of finances’, have you? God gave us free will, you know.

    For something more important, I think one (if not the) key way the GOP will win the ’08 nomination is by securing the Catholic vote. To do this, we need a better pope, as Benedict turned traitor on us on foreign policy, like Benedict Arnold did. Some suggestions:

    1. Must be strong social conservative. Then again, if they aren’t this, they aren’t Christian. Excommunication of abortionists and homosexual act committers should be their BEST option. I’d like to see them executed as Scripture demands, but with the treefrogs in control, this may not happen.
    2. Should repudiate this idea of an old earth all together. It’s stupid and inane. Benedict actually does this.
    3. Should be Hispanic. Snagging their votes will be easy if we can get a Latin American pope in on the pulpit. Also, this may get the African-American vote since the middle and the upper classes have no reason to vote at the moment while the lower class sleazebags overwhelmingly go Dem. With a minority, we may be able to snag even the lower classes.
    4. Should be cautious about deviating from Scripture. In the Presbyterian Church in America, we hold the Bible to be perfect. Many Catholics do, but many Catholics also don’t. We need to bring to light those that DO.
    5. If the candidate supports abortion, they and those who support that candidate should be excommunicated. The abortion advocates should also be executed, ideally.

    Comment by Bob_Corker — November 21, 2007 @ 9:57 pm | Reply

  27. Jean,

    Isaiah 24:1
    Behold, the LORD maketh the earth empty, and maketh it waste, and turneth it upside down, and scattereth abroad the inhabitants thereof.

    Isaiah 40:22
    He sits enthroned above the circle of the earth, and its people are like grasshoppers. He stretches out the heavens like a canopy, and spreads them out like a tent to live in.

    Job 28:24
    … for he views the ends of the earth and sees everything under the heavens.

    Ecclesiastes 1:7
    All the rivers run into the sea, yet the sea is not full. To the place where the rivers flow, there they flow again.

    Matthew 4:8
    Again, the devil taketh him up into an exceeding high mountain, and sheweth him all the kingdoms of the world, and the glory of them;

    Luke 4:5
    And the devil, taking him up into an high mountain, shewed unto him all the kingdoms of the world in a moment of time. (A repeat, I know _ this ought to prove that the Gospels were all written in tandem)

    Revelation 7:1
    After this I saw four angels standing at the four corners of the earth, holding back the four winds of the earth to prevent any wind from blowing on the land or on the sea or on any tree

    Revelation 20:7-8
    When the thousand years are over, Satan will be released from his prison and will go out to deceive the nations in the four corners of the earth — Gog and Magog — to gather them for battle.

    1 Chronicles 16:30
    He has fixed the earth firm, immovable.

    Psalm 77:18
    Your thunder was heard in the whirlwind, your lightning lit up the world; the earth trembled and quaked.

    Psalm 82:5
    … all the foundations of the earth are shaken.

    Psalm 93:1
    Thou hast fixed the earth immovable and firm …

    Psalm 96:10
    He has fixed the earth firm, immovable …

    Psalm 104:5
    Thou didst fix the earth on its foundation so that it never can be shaken.

    Job 9:6
    He shakes the earth from its place and makes its pillars tremble.

    Psalm 75:3
    “When the earth and all its people quake, it is I who hold its pillars firm.”

    Isaiah 45:18
    …who made the earth and fashioned it, and himself fixed it fast…

    In case you didn’t know, the Bible is 100% accurate and has fulfilled all its prophecies. The probablity of this happening is 1 in 10^532 or something like that, but the Bible did it! Surely, the Bible knows the shape and centrism of the earth. Spherofascism is the first form of persecution we Christians have endured, mainly because the ‘pagans’ thought the world was round, using unjustified information such as saying that ellipses somehow prove a round earth (Satan could be moving in between the moon and earth, for all you know).

    Comment by Bob_Corker — November 27, 2007 @ 6:12 am | Reply

  28. I noticed that in comment #24 Bobcock once again uses links to other blogs as his evidence. And his proof that the world is flat comes from a 2000 year old book without a single thread of actual evidence to back it up. Get over it already, we have sattelites orbiting the earth, we have literally thousands of pictures of it taken from space(which is a vacuum not a liquid ether) and it is round, we have film footage of it moving, we have all the proof we need to know that it is round and spinning and orbiting the sun. All you have is a book that was written without any scientific knowledge, they knew nothing of the universe and used their religious beliefs to explain what they couldn’t explain any other way. Since then we have made discoveries that have proven those scriptures to be wrong, not that they were purposely mistaken, but that at that time in history they just didn’t know any better, today we do. Well, except for idiots like you that are still living in ignorance.
    And the bible is not 100% accurate, nor has it fulfilled all of it’s prophesies, I challenge you to prove that it has fulfilled even one of them. Bear in mind that my knowledge of the bible surpasses yours, that is evident in almost all of your posts, what you copy from the bible while it’s right there in front of you I could quote from it without even picking it up. I studied the bible most of my life, and no book can be 100% accurate if it contradicts itself which the bible does in several places.
    Just to let you know how the church really feels, I am going to take your ideas of the flat unmoving earth to every church in the area and see how many of them laugh at it. Yes, even to the Baptist church and to other Christian Republicans in the area. Bet not a single one of them agree with you. I will post all of their responses as I get them, even the ones that agree with you, I just don’t expect to find any that do. You guys are all alone in this outdated belief, kinda makes you feel special don’t it?

    Comment by Arn — November 27, 2007 @ 7:00 am | Reply

  29. “With God, all things are possible! In addition, round earthers can’t explain how a compass works. God would never make anything so unintelligent as two polar regions and then make only one of them magnetic.”
    Comment by Bob_Corker

    You can’t even get simple grade school level information right, both poles are magnetic, and the magnetic field extends thousands of miles into space in all directions, you know, all AROUND the earth.

    Comment by Arn — November 27, 2007 @ 7:38 am | Reply

  30. congratulations, bob, you’ve proven yourself an elementary school dropout who uses religion to fill every hole in his empty, meaningless life. go be an hero, because we have little need for boys like you.
    also, the bible is like wikipedia: Citation Needed.

    Comment by Elephant Bones — November 27, 2007 @ 9:03 am | Reply

  31. Explain compasses then, spherofascist.

    Comment by Bob_Corker — November 27, 2007 @ 3:08 pm | Reply

  32. Ok Bobcock, I will give this one little try in a way that perhaps your limited little brain can understand.

    The Earth’s core consists largely of molten iron. But at the very core, the pressure is so great that this superhot iron crystallizes into a solid. Convection caused by heat radiating from the core, along with the rotation of the Earth,(here comes the Earth is motionless bull) causes the liquid iron to move in a rotational pattern. These rotational forces in the liquid iron layer lead to weak magnetic forces around the axis of spin. Because the magnetic field is so weak, the needle of the compass must be very lightweight and on a frictionless pedestal in order to work.
    This mixture of both molten and solid iron forms sort of a rudimentary magnetic bar with the magnetic north at (or near) the south pole and the magnetic south at (or near) the north pole, the needle itself has it’s own tiny magnetic field (extremely tiny)and the north end of that is drawn toward the south end of the earth’s magnetic field (opposites attract) therefore making the needle point north. There are places around the world where the magnetic field is interrupted by the minerals within the earth itself, tiny fluctuations from true north occur when you cross these interruptions, however an experienced navigator can tell you where these fields are and how far (in degrees) your compass is from pointing due north, so you wont get completely lost.

    Comment by Arn — November 27, 2007 @ 3:54 pm | Reply

  33. Arn, you’re pretty much correct, aside from the shape/movement of the earth. But yes, it does have a core. Everything has radiation, though. Convection would be like a ‘domino’ knock out effect; conduction is transfer. Isn’t that what you mean?

    Comment by Bob_Corker — November 29, 2007 @ 3:20 pm | Reply

  34. yes, but without the shape of the earth being round, where is the earth’s core? And if the earth is flat with the north pole in the center and the south pole just kinda spread out around it (You did say that antartica is the edge, right?) where do we get east and west?

    Comment by Arn — November 29, 2007 @ 3:37 pm | Reply

  35. Bob_KKKorkkker has to be the biggest moron to ever post on a blog. Please KKKorkkker, do America a favor and move to Pakistan or Iran. They’ll embrace your views like the Conservo-Fascist you are.

    Comment by Spacebrother — November 29, 2007 @ 4:23 pm | Reply

  36. Spaceho is a spambot. Let’s put you in a chador and see how YOU like Islamofascism.
    Let’s put you in a Metallica show and see how much YOU like drugs.
    Let’s take you to talk with Mission Control and see how much YOU believe in the BS they spew out.

    All in all, you are one of the most primitive people I know. You tie with Aunt Jemima, William Shatner, or Clive Owens for ‘stupidest person that knows jack about a single thing’ ever.

    Comment by Bob_Corker — November 29, 2007 @ 10:04 pm | Reply

  37. Thanks Bob, Brandon et al for your most entertaining posts about this utter nonsense. (Look; the Greeks proved by 600 BC, from simply observing the curved shadow of Earth on the moon during lunar eclipses, that our planet must be a sphere. Duh.) Pazuzu, well done — even the Pope & Billy Graham would doubt a “Notre Dame physicist” who thinks the Earth’s flat!…I hope…

    “…And thus I clothe my naked villainy with odd old ends stolen forth of Holy Writ, and seem a saint when most I play the devil…”

    It was fun. But uh, how come no one caught the acronym of the ridiculous “Blessed Under Lordship, Liberating Science, Heightened, Integral, True” I posted? Oh well…

    Be seeing you.

    Comment by Todd Alschid — November 30, 2007 @ 9:14 pm | Reply

  38. Todd

    I see myself as an “Agressive Godsend Ready to Exterminate Evil Doers”, such as your hacker. Do you know his location?

    Comment by bobcorker — December 16, 2007 @ 6:22 pm | Reply

    E-mail. Cell- 91+09347007746
    P. O. BOX NO. 3. TENALI- 522 201. GUNTUR (DT) A. P. INDIA


    Dear Brother in Christ.
    Greetings to you in the most precious name of our Lord and saviour Jesus Christ.
    Let me introduce myself that my Name is P. Ephraim, pastor. We have established a Christian Organization named “Society of the Prince of Peace” with the Help of some Faithful Christians. We established this society only because that we can proclaim the spirit of God in our Area. Some of our Gospel Teams have been Distributing the Bible free Tracts and Booklets in the particular centers Hospitals, Educational Centers and some Remote villages of our Area.
    By the Grace of God we are running a Christian Lending Library named “AGAPE” Lending Library in my Area. So many people are come and search the scriptures and saved their souls to our Lord’s kingdom through these scriptures. I will be able to succeed this program. So we request you please pray for my spiritual need and send some Bibles, Bible based material to my library purpose.
    Brother, we have a good team of youth 15 members, they are all involved Tracts distributions, street preaching and they are visit to some remote villages and proclaim the God’s words and distribute the free tracts and New testaments and some Bibles. Brother, we need some Bicycles to our team Gospel work. We hope you and pray for my need. So please consider my request and arrange above my requests.
    Brother we pray for you and your families and also your ministries in my day to day prayers. Please pray for me and my ministry in my area. God bless you richly in this year2008. I am waiting for your prayerful reply.
    May God Bless U
    Thanking you brother
    Yours brother in Christ
    P. Ephraim

    Comment by P.EPHRAIM — January 30, 2008 @ 3:24 am | Reply

  40. You know, you make me really angry.

    Let me explain why. I’m from the UK, and your attitude makes me sick. Sure, I’m an atheist, I don’t believe in a God, but I have respect for those who do. I have many Christin friends, and as that is what they have chosen to believe in, then they can do so. What I CAN’T STAND however, is someone imposing that choice on others, on their children, on their friends and relatives. They don’t get a choice. For better or for worse, THAT is brainwashing. I would never impose atheism on someone. I might try and sell it to them, tell them what it is, and let them choose, but you don’t. You ‘condemn’ people who don’t believe. You disregard them. If there is a ‘God’, then I don’t think that he would like this. This isn’t spreading any ‘good word’, this is just alienating people who would like to make a decision themselves.

    You may call anime ‘violent’ and ‘sexual’, but you are wrong. Anime is like any other media. Take films from the West. There are violent ones. There are sexual ones. And there are harmless love ones. This is the same. You are distorting people’s views of a culture you know nothing about.

    I hope by the end of today somebody ignorant, imbecilic and vile like yourself is not in a position of power in your broken country, both morally, socially, financially, and religiously.

    Comment by MikaV — November 4, 2008 @ 3:46 pm | Reply

  41. you are a dumb right wing cosevative christian fuck up get a LIFE and wake up .You understand nothing about the world around you exept what yoy read in youre bible.We dont need youre kind in the world crept back into youre southern mountians with all youre narrow mindness,


    Comment by MAX PAIN — July 19, 2009 @ 2:58 pm | Reply

  42. Give me this damned blog!

    Comment by Frankie Mclean — July 20, 2009 @ 8:00 pm | Reply

  43. No MERCY!

    Comment by Frankie Mclean — July 20, 2009 @ 8:01 pm | Reply


    Comment by Frankie Mclean — July 20, 2009 @ 8:02 pm | Reply

  45. Blogs4Brownback= GDI Trash!

    Comment by Frankie Mclean — July 20, 2009 @ 8:02 pm | Reply

  46. Damn with GDI

    Comment by Frankie Mclean — July 20, 2009 @ 8:03 pm | Reply

  47. The Tiberium sun has risen!

    Comment by Frankie Mclean — July 20, 2009 @ 8:03 pm | Reply

  48. Frankie is never gonna give this blog up!

    Comment by Frankie Mclean — December 13, 2009 @ 1:53 am | Reply


    Comment by the papa — April 15, 2011 @ 3:27 pm | Reply

  50. I want to open up a faith based mentoring program what steps do I need to take?

    Comment by Janet Washington — June 28, 2011 @ 9:13 am | Reply

  51. A Muslim or Mormon for President; is there a difference?

    The standard has been, that there shall be no religious test for office. But if an Alkaida Muslim were to run, would a test for their loyalty be warranted? What about questioning the religion?

    As an elected Mayor of the City of Chillicothe Missouri, I was given an ultimatum/threat from the Mormon Prophet Gordon B. Hinckley and his councilor, Thomas S. Monson. Rescind a piece of legislation or get excommunicated. Knowing full well I had been elected by the citizens of my town, I told them to take a flying leap. Ultimately I was excommunicated.

    If Mitt Romney or John Humtsman were everyo be placed in that same position, what would they do? Is this a question that is off limits? I have taken sacred oaths in the Mormon temple, as has each one of these men. How do we prioritize the oaths we have taken? The Mormon leaders expected my loyalty above the oath of office that I had taken.

    Would this country allow a Muslim Jihadist in the office of president if their ultimate loyaly was to something other than the Country, it’s laws, and constitution? I don’t think this question is out of bounds at all, considering the history of the Mormon leaders.

    Former Mayor
    Jeffery Curtis Foli

    Comment by Jeff Foli — December 29, 2011 @ 7:45 pm | Reply

  52. In my near village (Vathiyar vilai) one Black magic man(Rajakumaran alias Raja) he is killed approximately 60 poor people by his Black magic .He will ask bulk amount of Donation(ie-Gold ring ,Gold chain..etc) for his family temple (Sudalaimadan) if they are not donating that family will meet within a month one death. some not donating people die in cancer by Block magic of Rajakumaran alias Raja all are getting same type of liver Cancer .The Black magic men relevant area 65% of ladies lose his husband by his blackmagic.But he will not utilized full donation money for temple ,used all of his family and Black magic purpose.if any rich person near the area he will do Black magic then at the end of rich person death he will meet his family .he will tell yesterday I saw one dream on that Sudalaimadan came he told rich person will not going to death you tell to him .i will save him you ask one lakhs rubees&one coat. that they will ready to give he will remove Black magic.due to this person so much family suffering , people in please keep and pray daily for the man (Rajakumaran alias Raja) to know the jesus,and people blood,live,tear.

    Comment by Sam — December 20, 2013 @ 10:43 am | Reply

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