Joshian Conjectures ( i.e. Superultramodern Scientific Conjectures )

Written by Dr Kedar Joshi

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One ofrepparttar basic principles ofrepparttar 127618 superultramodern science, viz. Ďanything may be possible, for that which is believed to be 100 % certain at present may be because ofrepparttar 127619 limited intellectual capacities ofrepparttar 127620 believerí implies that every theorem and axiom is, in fact, a conjecture. ( Rather should be seen / taken as a conjecture. )

Joshiís Law of Gravity Ė Gravity is neither a force nor a consequence of any space Ė time curvature. It is simply an orderly spatial illusion, modulated by some very intelligent / superhuman thoughts, to non Ė spatial observer / s.

If superultramodern scientific ideas are hypothetical then Newtonís ideas ( e.g. force ) were also hypothetical and even ( precisely ) false. However, they were and still are regarded as scientific. Science is about knowing, through speculation. Itís a systematic or reasonable guesswork where there is always, it seems, a room for new guesses modifying or overthrowing previous ones.

- Dr Kedar Joshi, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, UK.

If you are out to describerepparttar 127621 truth, leave elegance torepparttar 127622 tailor. - Albert Einstein

Only knowledge from above...

Written by Terry Dashner

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Before Columbus could sail to a New World, there had to be a greater knowledge ofrepparttar seas and navigation. Whenrepparttar 127617 ancient Phoenicians took torepparttar 127618 seas, they huggedrepparttar 127619 coastline to keep from getting lost at sea. Whenrepparttar 127620 Vikings took torepparttar 127621 seas a few centuries before Columbus, they were using primitive (caged ravens to determine proximity to shore), but albeit greater knowledge and technology thanrepparttar 127622 Phoenicians.

There were two basic inventions duringrepparttar 127623 Renaissance that made Columbusí journey torepparttar 127624 New World possibleóthe magnetic compass andrepparttar 127625 astrolabe (forerunner torepparttar 127626 modern sextant). Only by knowledge ofrepparttar 127627 sun, moon, and stars, with a few simple instruments that measured distance between sun, moon, and stars did Columbus succeed in navigatingrepparttar 127628 high seas. Here again, knowledge from above was necessary to move man forward.

Rememberrepparttar 127629 importance ofrepparttar 127630 stars torepparttar 127631 wise men fromrepparttar 127632 east when Jesus was born? Remember what Jesus said in Matthew 24 about His second return? What did He say would foretell His appearing? He told usrepparttar 127633 sun would turn dark andrepparttar 127634 stars would fall fromrepparttar 127635 heavens. Thatís interesting. Again, knowledge ofrepparttar 127636 stars above will point torepparttar 127637 soon coming King of Kings.

Now what am I saying? Iím saying that God putrepparttar 127638 stars inrepparttar 127639 sky for a purpose. Yes, they are beautiful, but there is more to them than just their beauty. The Bible declares that all His creation declares His glory. Evenrepparttar 127640 stars inrepparttar 127641 sky speak of their Creator. Why canít man do this? Why does man remainrepparttar 127642 only rebel in Godís creation who refuses to worship and adore his Creator? The Bible says that a man who says in his heart that there is no God is a fool.

There was good reason whyrepparttar 127643 three wise men were called wise--they looked above them for guidance and it came to them inrepparttar 127644 form of a star. It just so happened thatrepparttar 127645 star they discovered wasrepparttar 127646 Christ child. The wisest discovery of all time. (Sources cited are available)

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