Sunday, July 10, 2005

I was right.

Mark your calendars, folks.

Gravity is only a theory!

The existence of tides is often taken as a proof of gravity, but this is logically flawed. Because if the moon's "“gravity"” were responsible for a bulge underneath it, then how can anyone explain a high tide on the opposite side of the earth at the same time? Anyone can observe that there are 2 -- not 1 -- high tides every day. It is far more likely that tides were given us by an Intelligent Creator long ago and they have been with us ever since. In any case, two high tides falsifies gravity.
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When the planet Pluto was discovered in 1930 by Clyde Tombaugh, he relied on "“gravitational calculations." But Tombaugh was a Unitarian, a liberal religious group that supports the Theory of Gravity. The modern-day Unitarian-Universalists continue to rely on liberal notions and dismiss ideas of anti-gravity as heretical. Tombaugh never even attempted to justify his "“gravitational calculationsÃ?" on the basis of Scripture, and he went on to be a founding member of the liberal Unitarian Fellowship of Las Cruces, New Mexico.

Since the theory of gravity has not been tested against the Holy Scriptures, gravity is only a theory! Therefore, when you drop something, God pushes it to the ground! Birds are kept aloft by God's will! So are planes!

Hallelujah! And praise Jebus!

3 Comments:

Blogger apples said...

Religion is only a theory. Theories are interesting, people just fight too much over which ones are right and which ones are not.

6:46 PM  
Blogger Jeffrey said...

But, apples, you miss the point. Here in the United States of Jebus, or Jesusistan if you prefer, the Bible = truth. If there is no mention of dinosaurs, then there were no dinosaurs. Gravity can't exist, because it isn't in the Bible. I'm still not sure how the USA can exist because North America is not mentioned either.

Thanks for the comment!

6:26 AM  
Blogger apples said...

I didn't realize it's gone that far...

2:31 PM  

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