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Can a nice, juicy cheeseburger lead us to Cosmic Truth?

Most definitely! In fact, even a lowly vegetable can show us the way to cosmic truth. But in order for these food items to lead us to profound truth we must eat them and simply follow the digestive process. When … Continue reading

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The Rope and the Ladder

Once upon a time there was a rope and a ladder. Each was highly educated but had different views of reality. The rope believed reality was continuous and offered Einstein’s ideas of the structure of spacetime as evidence. The ladder, … Continue reading

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The Subtlety of Prehistoric Human Thought

Are we smarter than our ancestors? Do present day humans make better use of their brains than did cavemen and women? If you look at intelligence as gathering useful information about the physical world—information that leads to new technology—it seems … Continue reading

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Ideas For New Lie-Detector Technologies

Since deceit is becoming so rampant in the world, and goes against one of God’s Ten Commandments, I felt that any ideas I could offer to help people develop technologies to get to the truth would be invaluable. Thanks to … Continue reading

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