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Soft Tissue

Soft Tissue

  Imagine leaving your lunch meat sandwich along a trail in the Grand Canyon during a family vacation and finding the same undecayed sandwich 50 years later. A ridiculous fantasy? Now imagine finding a chicken drumstick left on a rock in England by King Arthur 1000...

Science: Test – Repeat – Observe

Science: Test – Repeat – Observe

Did you know there  is a classic test to determine if science is being properly applied?   It is called the “white swan test”. So suppose there was a  belief that “ALL swans are white.” In science this would be called my starting hypothesis. Could this prove to be...

Lightning

Lightning

  Are there any benefits to the power of a lightning storm? Most would agree that lightning only brings fear and sometimes destruction. On a positive note, plants require nitrogen to grow green and healthy, and our atmosphere is 78% nitrogen. Plants cannot take the...

Snowflake Design

Snowflake Design

Have you considered the beauty of snowflakes?  A snowflake starts as a tiny crystal that forms around a speck of dust. As the water droplet freezes, the crystal starts to develop its six sides. As moisture is drawn into the crystal, the six branches begin to grow. As...

Tornado

Tornado

Have you ever seen or experienced the devastation of a tornado? Tornados also referred to as twisters are some of the most intriguing yet horrifying of all storms. These thin spinning tubes of air stretch from the clouds to the ground generating wind speeds of 100 to...

Give Thanks

Give Thanks

It’s easy to remember to give thanks at this time of year, but how do we continue to have a thankful heart throughout the year and even when things aren't going our way?  The Word of God says Christians need to maintain thankfulness as a part of sanctification.  “For...

Living Water

Living Water

In the spirit of being thankful, do you ever think about the blessing of having clean running water? Every day we drink it, cook with it, bathe in it and it helps our food and flowers grow. It’s used to fight fires, produce energy and recreational activities such as...

Heavy Lifting Heart

Heavy Lifting Heart

The heart is an amazing organ that works tirelessly. Did you know it starts pumping after being in your mom's womb at about day 22 of conception?  When you're bigger, the heart does a lot more work. It grows about the size of your fist, and it pumps blood through...

White As Snow

White As Snow

  Have you ever been blinded by the brightness of the snow on a sunny winter day? Snow reflects almost 90% of the sun rays landing on it. This keeps the snow cooler, resulting in a slower melting rate. God designed it that way to make flooding minimal and allow it to...

Shark Teeth

Shark Teeth

  What do you think when you hear the word shark? Most probably think about its terrifying teeth! There are more than 400 species of sharks in the world and all of them have lots of teeth. They use their teeth to rip and tear their prey and in the process they lose...

Hubble

Hubble

  Did you know, for centuries, scientists and astronomers have been trying to discover the origins of the universe, how it began, and how it works?   Scientists built the Hubble telescope to discover some of those mysteries in 1990. It was the first telescope to...

Population Problem

Population Problem

  Did you know The Earth's population refutes evolution? Some evolutionary scientists believe that man has existed for over a million years and their belief has overwhelming issues. Using the assumption of 43 years, for the average human generation, the population...

Camels

Camels

Did you know there are some pretty well equipped animals in creation? One of them is the camel with its long eyelashes, thick eyebrows, hump on its back, and big feet. The camel was not exactly the most attractive but it's perfectly planned for its environment and God...

Volcanoes

Volcanoes

Did you know there's 1500 active volcanoes on the earth and about 20 of them are actively erupting right this second? So how do volcanoes erupt? The outermost layer of the Earth is called the crust which isn't completely solid. It's made up of massive geologic...

Martin Luther

Martin Luther

  Do you know what today is?   Happy Reformation Day! Martin Luther is famous for the Protestant Reformation movement. On October 31 1517, Martin Luther nailed his 95 Theses to the door of the church in Wittenberg, with strong conviction he was no longer able to deal...

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