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Sometimes It's Just Too Easy. . .
Posted By: Kerry
9/23/2014 11:32:29 AM


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7 Shout AMEN!Amen ~ 10 PrayingPraying

Member Comments:
Great arcticle Wendy! I'm thinking otherwise, too. Like, when God determines it's time and nudges all right things then boom!
Reply # 1 - ReplyTo ID: 11808

Posted By: K -
Date: 9/23/2014 12:53:33 PM
11 Shout AMEN!Amen ~ 7 PrayingPraying

Comments: This is so COOL! I just love the geeky science stuff! You always make it so understandable.

Science is slowly coming to understand God and His creation without knowing it.
Reply # 2 - ReplyTo ID: 11809

Posted By: ChristineB -
Date: 9/23/2014 1:57:27 PM
11 Shout AMEN!Amen ~ 9 PrayingPraying


Oh this is too good!

I had to share with co-workers.

Thanks, Wendy, for putting it all together.  I love your commentaries!


Reply # 3 - ReplyTo ID: 11811

Posted By: Anton -
Date: 9/23/2014 2:37:25 PM
12 Shout AMEN!Amen ~ 6 PrayingPraying


Brilliant Wendy.I have a feeling we will soon know the unknown....perhaps tomorrow?


Reply # 4 - ReplyTo ID: 11812

Posted By: MichaelMerola -
Date: 9/23/2014 9:25:23 PM
5 Shout AMEN!Amen ~ 7 PrayingPraying

Comments: I too love the "geeky" science stuff, but I wish I would have loved it about 35 years ago when I was in college. I am certain that had I actuallt applied myself to learn this stuff, I would have been saved a whole lot sooner. I regards to Joseph Lykken, I think deep down he is sort of whistling past the graveyard but dosent want to admit it. Truth beats Intellect anyday.
Reply # 5 - ReplyTo ID: 11813

Posted By: EllenDudley -
Date: 9/23/2014 10:25:13 PM
10 Shout AMEN!Amen ~ 9 PrayingPraying

Comments: I shared this with a 96 year old sister and a 98 year old friend and her daughter I am not sure about. Hope they understand this. I shared Jack's rerun (?) with them too. I feel there is very little time to talk with loved ones.
Thanks Wendy!

Reply # 6 - ReplyTo ID: 11815

Posted By: DaleWarford -
Date: 9/24/2014 11:48:40 AM
9 Shout AMEN!Amen ~ 8 PrayingPraying

Comments: Love it!

Isnít this just like our modern erudite of the day? The destruction of the universe could happen at any time with no warning (i.e., we just donít know). Then the statement is made that we DO know (most likely) that it wonít happen for another 10^100 years! Well, which is it? We DONĒT know or we DO know. Anyway, the probability that this Lykken fella expounds is not accurate. According to my calculations, based on my Introduction to Probability and Statistics book, this Catastrophic Vacuum Decay will take 10^6365.15 years. And thatís just to think about the whole process prior to initiating it! YOU KNOW IíM RIGHT! DONíT EVEN QUESTION ME ON THIS! I am a graduate of the Diversity of Michigan for peteís sake!

Thanks Wendy!
Reply # 7 - ReplyTo ID: 11835

Posted By: Bob -
Date: 9/29/2014 8:05:56 PM
6 Shout AMEN!Amen ~ 7 PrayingPraying

Comments: Great article, Wendy. I suppose that the bubble is supposed to be awe inspiring to those who believe in it. I never cease to be amazed to the extent to which non-believers go to prove that our God does not exist. I appreciated your point that what the man is saying is actually stated in Scripture.

Thank you.