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The Blue Apple - Part 1    

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#2018-09-27 14:25:45 by melcyan @melcyan

@paulfox1

 

According to scientists, atoms are 'empty'. When an atom is 'split', there's nothing inside it. I don't know any scientist who has said this. It is a nonsense statement.

 

The simplest atom is a hydrogen atom. A hydrogen atom is about 99.9999999999996% empty space.  The proton at the centre of a hydrogen atom is a lot smaller than even a hydrogen atom: If the atom was the size of a football field, the proton would be the size of an ant. Despite the extremely small size of a proton, it makes up more than 99.99% of the mass of the hydrogen atom. 

 

You talk about splitting the atom the same way as you would open an easter egg. There is no comparison. Splitting an atom involves dividing its incredibly small nucleus into smaller pieces. This process releases nuclear energy but it also requires an enormous amount of energy to achieve this splitting of the nucleus of an atom in the first place.

#2018-09-27 14:32:15 by melcyan @melcyan

@paulfox1

I understand the meanings of the words "chance" and "coincidence".

After reading your last comment I get the impression that you do not understand what these words mean.

#2018-09-30 11:07:44 by paulfox1 @paulfox1


@melcyan

So a hydrogen atom contains nothing, (as a football stadium contains an ant).

As for 'chance' and / or 'coincidence', how about 'happenstance'?

 

#2018-09-30 18:21:35 by melcyan @melcyan

@paulfox1

You are only one proton and one electron away from being correct. Unfortunately for you, one proton and one electron are everything for a Hydrogen atom. Ask your father to explain it to you.

#2018-10-13 06:50:42 by Map1 @Map1

Paul spouts more and more nonsense about Christianity. It only  reveals his biblical illiteracy,   misunderstanding of hermenuitics, church history, logic, philosophy, comparative religions, theology, archaeology, historical, legal, bibliographical, internal, external evidences, science, biblical criicism and scholarship.

#2018-10-13 18:00:11 by paulfox1 @paulfox1


@Map1

Define 'nonsense' please. You're telling me that I am 'spouting nonsense', so please elaborate as to what I'm saying that you believe is 'nonsense'.

#2018-10-13 21:19:40 by paulfox1 @paulfox1


@Map1

Please explain to me the small 'g' 'god' in Corinthians relates to the 'god' of the bible?

I quote - 4In whom the god of this world hath blinded the minds of them which believe not, lest the light of the glorious gospel of Christ, who is the image of God, should shine unto them.

 

Please, bring it on. There are at least TWO 'gods' in the Bible, and BOTH are the 'fallen angels'

 

I'm seriously looking forward to you TRYING to debunk me.............

 

#2018-10-14 09:24:15 by Barry1 @Barry1


@Map1

 

"Paul spouts more and more nonsense about Christianity. It only  reveals his biblical illiteracy"

 

Mark, I know you are a very learned gentleman. A genuine breath of fresh air in many ways on these blogs.  Great stuff.

 

Let me without prejudice say however, that in his own personal way, @paulfox1 is also a breath of fresh air, from another perspective.

 

May I humbly suggest that judge not, yet ye also be judged.  Put another way, walk a mile in another's shoes, before being able to fully realise the other person's point of view. I say these in no way trying to criticise you, as I'm as guilty as everyone else here of being a little too quick to judge, but merely to offer a couple to thoughts to reflect upon.

 

Many blessings upon you, Mark  - and to Paul also.

 

Please each have a beer together on me, a demonstration of genuine good faith, solidarity and long-term friendship between you two learned and caring gentlemen.   (beer)(beer)

 

 

 

 

#2018-11-01 19:47:55 by melcyan @melcyan

It is amazing how often you can find a number if you keep looking for it. The number of views on this blog was 1666. I know there is a "1" there too but you have to ignore that. Wait a minute, maybe the "1" should not be ignored. Maybe it really is a sign. Could the "real" devil's number be  616? On the other hand, I am 66.6 years old. This is so frustrating! I am bedevilled by confusion. This obsession with a number is hard work. Congratulations Paul for sticking to the task.

#2018-11-02 18:51:06 by paulfox1 @paulfox1


@melcyan

The number 666 is the Biblical 'mark of the beast'. It represents the system in which we live, and it's everywhere. (BTW, I have no idea what your 616 is supposed to represent)

Anyway, see if you can find the 666 here:- (or 66 / 6 etc)

1. Walt Disney signature

2. Cern logo

3. Google Chrome logo

4. Heineken

5. Woolworths logo

6. Vodafone logo

7. UNITED STATES DOLLAR

8. FOX (News)

9. Monster (Drink)

10. Pepsi logo

11. National Lottery logo

12. Adobe logo

13. Facebook

14. Taco Bell

15. Coca Cola logo

16 Cadbury's logo

17. G.E logo

18. Trump Towers is what street number?

19. Earth's speed round the Sun, tilt, curve, tropics

20. Ford logo

Then there's the US mid-term election date, coupled with the recent 'shooting' at a synogogue......I could go on, but I know you're bored already.....

That's just a few examples. However, if you think this is all just coincidence, then I'd think again if I were you.

 

 

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