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Tuesday, September 1st, 2009
1:09 am
First of all, I have not done any extensive research on various forms of creationism, I know the basic premise to a few of them but my idea mainly addresses young earth creationism but is also applicable to some other interpretations. All ideas here are simply my opinion and you are free to comment and correct me. If your input has merit, I will try my best to incorporate it into my own ideas. I am not here to try and change anyone’s beliefs, just to see if my own beliefs have merit. I’ll refer to it as Evolutionary Creationism (EC) as the significance is that it allows for creationism and evolution to exist in parallel. The objective is not to prove either theory to the other side; I believe this merely allows the 2 sides to respectfully coexist. This theory should apply to the religions that utilize the book of genesis as a point of reference for the beginning of all.

In Genesis, god creates Adam. He creates Adam as an adult male. That is to say, god did not make Adam as a zygote a fetus or a baby. He made Adam as an adult male. So if a modern scientist of any kind were to examine Adam immediately after creation, they would conclude that Adam was an adult male who has been alive for x number of years. This implies that god is capable of creating objects that have age which should be well within the abilities of someone who is supposed to be omnipotent. So assuming god can create an aged man, he should be able to create an aged universe, something that through scientific analysis would appear much older.

This would allow the literal interpretation of genesis to hold as it allows for the age of the universe to be less thank 10 thousand years old.

It would also allow for evolution to exist assuming that god could’ve created a universe to appear to have existed for several billions of years. It also allows for evidence that modern species are evolved forms.

I do not believe there can ever be scientific proof that god does or does not exist. Nothing in scripture that I know of argues against ongoing evolution, so this theory also allows for species to evolve after the point of creation.

God did not simply plant the evidence of evolution, but he creates objects that are aged.

Once again, I welcome your comments; I do not claim to be an authority on this topic, merely a new point of view as far as I know. I’m just an inquisitive college student waiting for the semester to start. Also, bored and watching king of the hill.
Friday, August 28th, 2009
4:15 pm
Sunday, August 23rd, 2009
7:54 pm
5 songs
Alright alistaere gave me J cuz im a jerk. Im not gonna bother with any fancy formatting here, lol. Nor did I upload the songs. You can go find them yourself.

1. Just my Imagination, The Temptations
Overall awesome song, smooth, flows well, got some heart in it.

2. Jump On It, Sir Mixalot
I just discovered this song! I think it was a credit card commercial. Not that great of a song, but catchy.

3. Jailhouse rock, Elvis Presley
Awesome song! Nuf said, too bad he was a racist and all that junk.

4. Judith, A Perfect Circle
Reminds me of high school. Good and bad memories.

5. Just Died In Your Arms Tonight, Journey
Awesome!!! That is all.

Theoretically you guys are supposed to post and then I assign you guys a letter. We'll see if that happens, lol.
Saturday, July 18th, 2009
11:48 am
Im broke down and joined
twitter.com/Cr1ms0nbl4d3

anyone else on there?
11:26 am
Im in the library and I thought I heard a large group of about 7 year old kids yelling and screaming. Turns out it was high school cheerleaders.
Monday, April 20th, 2009
8:50 pm
Can anyone tell me why an adult would choose to start smoking?
Thursday, April 16th, 2009
6:04 pm
I am in love with geocaching. I like being part of a community again, especially one that's so active and fun, with very little responsibility. I found my first geocoin today, its trying to get somewhere cold so I gonna drive a lil ways north this weekend and see if I can help it along its way.
Tuesday, March 31st, 2009
9:09 pm
If I am in a room with 1 person and I fart, I will apologize or excuse myself.

But I if I were to fart in a large room very loudly, what course of action should I take? I say nothing and pretend it didnt happen, and everyone will know its me especially after smelling it. Or, I could excuse myself. The danger here is that I would have to excuse myself in the exact same volume in which I farted. If I failed to do so, I would either not encompass all who heard my fart, or even worse, inform those outside of my fart range that I farted. Hmmmm
Tuesday, March 24th, 2009
9:32 pm
I hate it when chefs use Sriracha. I put it on everything growing up so I see it as the equivalent to putting ketchup on something. So if I'm paying over 6 bucks for the dish, you better have made your own sauce.

Also, I hate it when chefs and restaurateurs complain about veined shrimp and fish with bones. I understand that if you're paying for a dish, you might want those things removed, but I am proud that I can eat fish with the bones in and I guess veined shrimp just doesn't bother me.

My rants kinda contradict each other. Meh.
Sunday, March 15th, 2009
11:53 pm
Homework for spring break

Physics:
Reread chapter 22

Motor Learning:
Make control systems note cards
Juggle 500 times
Pick research paper topic
Complex movements paper
Fitt's law paper

Health Care Ethics:
Read chap 7
Case study

A&P:
Practical review
Paper for lab
DVD review 1
DVD physiology 1
Make website out of lecture notes


I really should be working on this right now, but I somehow got caught up in a Law and Order marathon.

:(
Thursday, March 12th, 2009
2:40 pm
Well looky here, I'm posting on LJ again. Can't remember the last time I did. I've decided I'm going to start posting on a more regular basis.

My posts will usually be filled with misspellings, and terrible sentence structure. They'll be filled with my random thoughts of the day.

Here goes.

With jeans, assuming you are wearing a belt that is serving the functional purpose and not just for appearance. Is there any reason to buckle the lil metal thing at the top of your jeans?

The way I see it, when I sit down, my gut is always gonna clash with the top button thing, and when I sit to study for long periods I always unbutton regardless of where I am, home, library etc.

Unbuttoning your jeans give your gut more space to flow and regardless of how much stomach adipose you have, you stomach should protrude more in a sitting position that in a standing one.

In the past couple weeks I have stopped buttoning my jeans. When I am up and walking, me belt provides more that enough support for my pants and because of the structural integrity the ants provides to the upper jeans. The buttons stay close to each other as they would if they were buttoned. The buckle of the belt also covers the unbuttoned jeans so no one has to look at them.

Upon assuming a seated position, the front of the jeans naturally furl and the opened buttons sprout over the edge of the belt. Sometimes you gotta do the sprouting yourself but there is no doubt that this is more comfortable. As the buttons sprout, they pull the front of the jeans apart a little, giving you more gut space.

Whether its space for your gut, you like to eat big meals or just hate those metal button things. Is there a reason to button your jeans?
Friday, September 21st, 2007
1:41 am
Monday, July 16th, 2007
9:29 pm
microsoft likes to stab itself
service pack 2 for xp pro x64 doesnt have a certificate that windows recognizes. also, the copy available for direct download off the microsoft site is currupted.
11:16 am
this makes me want to die
my computer is a big part of my life. i dont like it but its true. after many months of a fucked up windows registry. i finally got my hands on a copy of xp pro 64 bit. when i install it, it always fails to copy pro_reg4.swf which is just part of the windows opening animation, which to me says that i may have a bad dvd drive. apparently some people online are saying that this is caused by bad ram. anyways, during the installation process i always blue screen and restart and have to start over again.
this says to me that i have some random bad component. might be ram, motherboard, or harddrive. there is no reason for any of those to be bad. when i did eventually get an uncrashed install, i then installed all the windows updates including service pack 2 and i registered and activated it. on restart, windows would not load. this suggests to me that i bought a bad copy of xp off the internet. so in all, i have a an unknown bad compnent, and a bad copy of windows. life sucks. and im too poor to fix it.
Thursday, May 31st, 2007
11:16 am
its equally comforting and disturbing to know that the muslim world also has a huge number of people dilluted enough to think they are muslim even though they dont follow any of the tennants of their religion. Not just for christians anymore. thanks modern istanbul.
Sunday, May 13th, 2007
8:57 pm
acen highlights, too tired to write too much right now.

i finally got to meet tiffany grant after i booked her for the milwaukee con. it was weird to have her be giddy to see me, and for me to be pretty much indiferent.

also, i thought i had worked out with high and mighty color, but it turned out one of the guys from from spiral spiders. it was still pretty cool. cool guys.

the panel was great! none of my friends showed up but i guess there wouldnt ave been much room for them anyways. The place was almost packed at one point. i thnk everyone had a good time. a lot of people said theyd come back again so ill probably try to do it again next year.
Wednesday, May 9th, 2007
1:01 pm
i feel like im suposed to write something like this.

wooooo, acen. yup.
Wednesday, April 25th, 2007
9:34 am
russel simmons has some good views on censorship is absolutly terrible at conveighing them
Saturday, April 14th, 2007
11:29 pm
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_ihEQlIJOIA

if u love hilarity, then u will watch this.
Thursday, April 12th, 2007
12:51 am
holy crap theres a lot of foreshadowing in the new bleach opening credits.
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