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Flight experience   Leave a comment

My friend’s wife wanted to reunite with her hubby in Cranbook B.C. where he was temporarily assigned by his employer, Zerox Corp.

I was a willing pilot with a Mooney M20A airplane. So his wife and I flew from Victoria to Cranbook, but only after a critical decision along the way. I attempted to take a shortcut but soon realized the weather had blocked it, so made a major 180 turn that scared her. After that, fuel was a factor, so it was just after sunset when we made it to the Cranbrook’s uncontrolled airport on minimal fuel.

The next two day’s proved to be another challenge;

solid overcast prevented VFR (Visual Flight Rules). Finally I decided to risk it, so we took off in a planned Northerly direction to gradually brake through the valley overcast by flying on instruments.

Once on top of clouds it was CAVU (clear and visibility unlimited) in glorious sunshine over beautiful pristine 8-10K Coastal Mountains, then over the Fraser valley and Georgia straight back to Victoria. Another very fondly remembered flight forever!!

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New Nuclear Reactor Developments   Leave a comment

After just watching updated nuclear reactor developments that produce little or no waste as proposed by MIT brains and such, it does appear there are definite positive high energy production advantages with these newer developments, no doubt.

That said, my question is simple; why pursue development of all such high energy production methods that will likely always carry very have high human risk factors?

No matter how such risks may be minimized, why is it necessary? Does it not make far more planetary sense to strive for greater harmony with nature by making it the primary goal to eliminate all risk to our (perhaps one time ) pristine natural environment as much as we are humanly capable?!

Sea Turtle Extinction!   Leave a comment

The claim by those involved in preventing sea turtle extinction is that they have ‘helped’ them. While this may partly seem like a matter of symantecs, the truth is that only human ‘non-intervention’ could rightly be called ‘help’, be it for sea turtles or the hundreds if not thousands of other forms of life on planet earth.

When will it be acknowledged that, in fact, it is human interference and ignorance that is the fundamental reason why all life on earth is threatened! This is not just a matter of symantecs, but a basic reality that needs to be very humbly admitted. Only then will it be possible for us to accept our supreme Creator as the guide to full and complete restoration of planet earth as it was in the very beginning.

That restoration is coming, in spite of human opposition and arrogance, very soon. So we can either submit to the Creator’s purpose, or continue to ignore it, that is the choice he has given us. For more info please visit JW.org

Cassini probe results   Leave a comment

What is truly remarkable about the Cassini probe is the reflection on earth. Indeed the science gained by it should teach us a great deal.
The simple scientific results prove that beyond any doubt life on earth is truly unique, no other conclusion is possible. Yes I know ‘possibilities’ are open to debate, however known ‘facts’ are clear: the earth is truly unique and special.
Can we accept that reality, or are we obsessed with the mere proposition of of life on other planets?
I myself am not a total disbeliever in that possibility, but until and unless there is substantial evidence, its very appropriate to humbly and logically accept ‘factual evidence’ life on earth is the unique production of a Creator, just as it is stated in the Bible:: “In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth .”

Gravitational Waves   Leave a comment

The minute detection (much less than a single atom) of so-called gravitational waves is, frankly, a simple distraction from the reality of present world conditions. We are nearing a turning point in the history of mankind predicted by the Bible. To know the future it is necessary to study holy scriptures. Please do that while it is still possible at ‘JW.org’

“The Muddle in the Middle”   Leave a comment

I try really hard to suppress an outright laugh when reports like this are treated as scientific fact!

By their very own admission, ‘evil-lution’ is truly “a muddle”!  In other words it is not even close to being factual.

The BBC report on the news tonight (Dec. 3rd 2013) states ‘there is no way to connect million-year old man with modern man by comparing skull bones’ etc.  But now they expect to be able to do so by comparing the DNA from some cave bones. 

What utter and complete nonsense is this frustrated grasping at straws to validate a theory that for about 100 years has been absolutely ‘invalidated’ scientifically.

Of course the real reason for this desperate ongoing fruitless search is very obvious; there is no way that arrogant men of learning can come to grips with the plain truth, namely mankind is the product of the most intelligent, glorious, all-powerful, and generous Creator as clearly set out in His own inspired Word, the Bible.  Every science ‘fact’ supports this conclusion!

What’s more he has generously provided the way out of human chaos all the way back to human perfection.  But now we are reaching the very limit of his extreme patience with us… just as occurred in the days of Noah… please read Luke 17:26-30.

Explorer space craft exits Solar System   Leave a comment

Exciting news! The first man-made object exists the Solar System… but why so?

Credit is due for scientists and engineers who built and guided the Explorer on its historic journey to the stars.  

In fact they have provided ever greater evidence of our human insignificance in relation to the vastness of the Universe.

Indeed this event should help us to truly  ‘see ourselves’ in relation to the vast universe in which we are blessed to exist!

But the question is; are we willing to humble ourselves enough to appreciate this obvious fact!?

Posted September 13, 2013 by New2view in earth, existential, humanity, life, science, world-view

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