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jesseowens.jpgSpeaking of sick cult leaders, no conversation or article would be complete on this subject without mentioning Adolph Hitler, who ironically was hosting the Olympics in Berlin on this day August 9, 1936 when  Jesse Owens won his fourth gold medal. 

Jesse Owens, the son of a black sharecropper from Alabama stole the show when he won his fourth gold medal in the 4×100 meter relay, after winning gold medals in his three individual events.  The fact that three other black Americans also won did little to please Hitler, but the applause from the German crowds for Owens was thunderous.  In 1935 at the Big Track and Field Championships, Owens equaled or set world records in four events, the 100 and 220-yard dashes, 200-yard low hurdles and the long jump. He was also credited with world marks in the 200-meter hurdles and 200-meter run.  Six world records in one afternoon, and he did it all in 45 minutes!  In 1976, Jesse was awarded the highest honor a civilian of the United States can receive. President Gerald R. Ford awarded him with the Medal of Freedom.   Several years later at the age of 66, Jesse Owens died on March 31, 1980.  Jesse Owens Official website.


The “meet” is within.

Are scientist sure time began with the Big Bang?  If not, how long have scientist known their theory fails to support that the big bang was the beginning of time?  since the 1920’s, The linked article below can explain this fact.

Edge – The Third Culture – The Cyclic Universe, a talk with Neil Turok;  “Even back in the 1920’s, Einstein, Friedmann and Lemaitre…  all the laws of physics break down: they give infinities and meaningless results. Einstein himself didn’t interpret this as the beginning of time; he just said, well, my theory fails”

So why does society believe time began at the Big Bang, and our schools continue to teach this Lie to our children? I don’t really know the answer to this question but the answer may be within certain beliefs some people don’t even want to consider, it may have something Read the rest of this entry »

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Thanks to Rebelghost for the video.

wright-ani.gifFirst successful airplane flight was December 17, 1903 at Kitty Hawk, North Carolina USA. Orville Wright was the pilot and he flew a distance of 120 feet (37meters).  The airplane was flown 3 more times that day with Orvilles brother Wilber having the longest flight of 852 feet (260 meters) for 59 seconds.  The plane had a wingspan of 40ft 4in (12.3m) a length of 21ft (6.4m) it’s weight empty was 605lb (274kg) with a 12 hp engine.  It was manufactured by Wilber and Orville Wright in Dayton, Ohio USA in 1903.




Greg Gutfeld in his Greg-alogue, opening Monologue or Rant on the show Red Eye the other night said “Atheism is like Windows Vista denying the existence of Microsoft.” He then paused for effect. I wouldn’t really call that praising God but at least he acknowledged his belief in the Almighty, something that seems rare in the world today, especially by a TV personality.  That just made me like the show all the more.  Don’t get me wrong I do not stay up till 1 am my time to get my Bible lesson from Greg or Red Eye, but it was nice to here.  Most people would not consider Red Eye a news program but more of a comedy show, and they defiantly have the comedy down, it’s laugh out loud funny.  By my measure they tell more honest news on their show in one hour, than the other networks with their spin do in a whole day of news, all put together!