What did it take for us to gain physical life?

Bill Bryson in his introduction to his book, A Short History of Nearly Everything, writes, “Welcome. And congratulations. I am delighted that you could make it. Getting here wasn’t easy, I know. In fact, I suspect it was a little tougher than you realize.” Marty thought about the trillions of drifting atoms that had toContinue reading “What did it take for us to gain physical life?”

It appears John the Revelator knew about gravity’s connection to space-time long before Einstein.

“Speaking of Einstein,” Marty smiled. “Do you think religion and science must agree or neither will survive?” The chatter around the table stopped as those present seemed to consider her remark. Marty continued, “Religionists and scientists are searching for the same finite truth regarding the creation of the universe. It is obvious to me scienceContinue reading “It appears John the Revelator knew about gravity’s connection to space-time long before Einstein.”