Archive for May 1, 2012
3 Experiments You Can Do At Home that PROVE THE EARTH IS FLAT!
We know the Earth is flat because the Bible tells us so. But for those of you skeptical, close-minded types that flat out refuse to accept the overwhelming Biblical evidence, I have designed some experiments you can do at home that will show you, before your very eyes, that the world is indeed flat, and not spherical as some crazy scientists proclaim. It’s amazing how many people blindly believe in a spherical Earth, without ever having seen it for themselves! I intend to change that.
Now, scientists claim that Earth is spherical and rotating at a speed of between 700-1000 miles per hour, depending on your latitude. This is a very high rate of speed. You can disprove this nonsense by simply jumping up as high as you can. Really, it’s that simple. What happens when you jump? You come straight down to where you were. But, if the Earth were indeed spinning at such a fast speed, wouldn’t you land hundreds of feet away?
If you were to stand in the flat bed of a truck going 75 mph, and jump straight up, what would happen? You wouldn’t fall straight down. You would fall out of the truck. That’s because trucks move, the Earth doesn’t. This experiment proves the Earth is fixed in space and doesn’t move.
Since if the Earth is supposedly a sphere, it naturally comes to assume what would happen to people below the equator, like in Australia? Since they are underneath the sphere, wouldn’t they fall off? This is where scientists come up with mumbo-jumbo like “gravity” and “centrifugal force” to explain away their theories. So, the scientists want you to think that because the earth is so much more massive than people or things, that people will naturally “stick” to the bottom of the earth because of gravity.
This can be disproved very simply. Get a balloon and inflate it as big as possible. It will be a spherical shape. Now, take a piece of paper and try to rip, tear, or cut the tiniest speck of paper possible. This paper represents a human being, much smaller in mass to the balloon, which represents the Earth. Now try and place the small piece of paper to the underside of the balloon. What happens? It falls off!
That’s right. Even though the balloon is so much bigger in mass, it cannot hold the tiny paper. So if the Earth was a sphere, no one could live below the equator because they would fall off.
3) Get High!
Ok, this one you really can’t do at home, but you can do it out in the world. Stand on the ground and look around you. What’s the farthest you can see? Maybe it’s a building, tree, or mountain. Now, find some place very close to it where you can get a much higher vantage point. (This also works if you’re on a jet and about to take off.) Notice how in the higher place you can see much farther? You can see more of the world the higher you get. This shows the world is flat because the higher you go, the easier it is to see over obstacles. At the same time, it shows the world cannot be spherical. Because if the world was curved, the far distance would forever remain out of view because of the Earth’s curvature. It would eternally be over the horizon.
If the Earth was a sphere, it would not matter how high you went, you would still see the same thing. Since this is not the case, the Earth is flat.
These experiments are all confirmed by creation scientists as being 100% accurate. If you’re skeptical of the flat Earth, why don’t you do these experiments so you can see truth with your own eyes.
Yours in Christ,
Rev. Jim Osborne
So many shops have shut
This Monday (30th April 2012) I went to get a new keyboard as my old one had gone faulty, from a cheap PC shop near Bradford.
I thought I would go to the supermarket so drove through Bradford.
It was shocking to see almost ALL the shops shut.
To be honest at first I presumed there had been a power cut as almost all the shops were closed but some were open. And many shut has ‘To Let’ signs above the shop.
A while ago I was going to rent a shop, in a nice area. But before I signed the contract I noticed several shops near by shutting. Thus I concluded that having a shop in a street where all the other shops were shut was clearly a poor idea. I am so glad I never took the shop now as I could not see many people going to the shop.
But then again most councils I presume must have a policy to shut shops down. I say this because they do what they can to put people from going to the shops.
If you drive to the shop your often getting hit by those dreadful speed cameras. So before you even get to the shop you may find you have a fine plus points for going 33 in a 30 zone. For some people that may even mean loosing there job as they now have too many points.
The next problem is parking. Parking may be limited so your not able to park or you end up on double yellow lines, and so get a huge fine.
Many places now you have to pay to park. Not sure about you but I never carry cash only a debit card. I also have no idea how long I may be so I may put too much cash in or too little. On top of this I object to having to pay to go shop.
So before I have even got to the shop its cost me a lot of cash. So far the experience is rather unpleasant.
Lets face it, no one in there right mind these days would ever go to the local shops. I can just drive down to Meadowhall in Sheffield. Sure its 30 or so miles from Leeds, but from my house I have no speed cameras to worry about and parking is free. And before you say I should support my local shops…. Well you can shove that up your bum as I am not messing about and having the stress.
Also the internet is great. Its often cheaper and I can shop 24/7.
Near where I used to go to school, there is some old style shopping place. One of those grim 60′s looking things, where its full of shops. It used to be ok to nip in and buy the odd few things. For some unknown reason some moron has in the last few years thought it was a clever idea to put parking fee’s in the car park. It has been free for years. It used to be busy. I went the other day it was dead. I would be fuming if I had a shop there. I do wonder if its council owned as the council seem to be full of morons that come out with these great ideas.
What is interesting is that these are probably still the good times. Things clearly will get worse over the next few years. I suspect whatever the government does it will not make much difference.
But one thing for sure is that councils MUST do something. They must get rid of speeding machines and make parking free for shoppers. Otherwise shops will shut as no one will go to them.
But its probably far too late.
Octomom Nadya Suleman might do a porn movie after all — but with no kissing or touching.
Reportedly filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy today, being on welfare, and her La Habra, California home possibly up for auction, the financially strapped Suleman appears to be desperate.
After a number of denials that she’d ever appear in an adult film, and multiple refused offers from Vivid Entertainment, the mother of 14 children did a stark about face and told CNN HLN “Showbiz Tonight” correspondent Nischelle Turner, that given the right amount of cash she’ll make it happen.
But the chameleon-like 36 year-old added the “no kissing or touching” proviso which begs the question as to what she considers appearing in a porn movie is all about?
“If it’s a job, and it’s a well-paying job, and it’s going to allow me to get us out of here and into a very safe huge home that they deserve, then I’m going to do it,” she said.
“If the opportunity comes up I’ll be the first to admit: I’m gonna eat my words” Suleman said, “Because all that matters is that I can take care of my family.”
In March, after posing nude for U.K. magazine Closer, Vivid made a new offer of $100,000 to Suleman to appear in three hardcore sex scenes — substantially less than the $1 million offer in 2009, and then $500,000 in 2010 to perform in Vivid films.
Responding to Vivid’s initial offer, Suleman said she’d never touch anyone else’s flesh and she wanted to be a positive role model for her kids. “The only flesh I’m touching is my own. I would never, never accept anything. I will not lose my grip of my deeply indoctrinated morals and values,” she said at the time.
But now with mounting money problems, Suleman maintained that she’ll do whatever it takes to care for her children.
Vivid co-chairman Steven Hirsch told XBIZ that he would take Suleman’s call any time she’s really serious about making a movie with his company.