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What Can Nothing Do?

What can nothing do?  Absolutely nothing! If you capture some nothing in a science lab (creating a vacuum) can your sample of nothing do enough in a scientific lab to justify the belief of many modern “intellectuals” that nothing produced … Continue reading

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Contemporary Science Dogma # 1

Has contemporary science moved from fact to faith — from experimental demonstration to dogma?  Here’s a dogma of our present day science: Nothing produced something and then something somehow exploded and slowly transformed itself into everything (including you and me). There … Continue reading

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