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520-301-4398

Country: USA

Location: Arizona (Casas Adobes, Catalina Foothills, Tucson

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In the book of Job, God poses the questions, “Where does darkness reside?…Do you know the paths to their dwellings?”1 For centuries, science students were taught that darkness was not some kind of stuff but rather simply the absence of light. Thanks to recent astronomical discoveries, we now know that the oldest book of the Bible is correct in stating that darkness is a real substance residing in specific locations in the universe. These same recent discoveries also strengthen the establishment of the biblically predicted big bang creation model.2

Much to the chagrin of the opposition, astronomers’ observations of the universe3 continue to provide ample support for a cosmic creation event such as what the Bible has taught for millennia.4 This observational evidence shows that the universe is predominantly comprised of dark energy (energy embedded in the space surface of the universe that causes the cosmic surface to expand faster and faster as the universe ages) and cold exotic dark matter (slow moving particles that weakly interact with photons). However, this cosmic model predicts that thousands of cold exotic dark matter haloes should accompany large galaxies. The gravitational pull of these haloes ought to attract enough ordinary matter (protons, neutrons, and electrons) to produce populations of stars or dwarf galaxies that astronomers should be able to detect through their largest telescopes.

Astronomers do see lots of dwarf galaxies but not nearly enough to satisfy the prediction arising from the dark energy-dominated cold exotic dark matter (ΛCDM) model. The model predicts more than ten times as many exotic dark matter haloes than the number of dwarf galaxies astronomers have actually detected. This shortfall is known as the missing galaxies problem.

Now a team of American and South African astronomers, led by Stacy McGaugh of the University of Maryland, has conducted a detailed inventory of the universe’s ordinary matter.5 Their inventory simultaneously solves the missing galaxies problem and provides stronger evidence for the biblically predicted big bang creation model.

First, McGaugh’s team referred to the Wilkinson Microwave Anisotropy Probe (WMAP) research team’s determination that the early universe was an extremely uniform and homogeneous mixture of exotic and ordinary dark matter.6 The WMAP team also established that the ratio of matter in the universe, then and now, was and is 83 percent exotic matter and 17 percent ordinary matter.

Second, McGaugh’s team examined the full range of cosmic structure sizes to determine in each size range the percentage of ordinary matter that is fully detected, either in the form of stars or as gaseous nebulae. They found that for the largest galaxies in the richest clusters of galaxies almost all of the ordinary matter has been converted into stars. On the other hand, for the smallest dwarf galaxies less than one percent of the ordinary matter known to be located there exists in the form of stars and gaseous nebulae.

That so very little of the ordinary matter in small dwarf galaxies is present in the form of stars and gaseous nebulae explains the missing galaxies problem. The galaxies are not missing. They simply emit far too little light for present generation telescopes to detect them. Consequently, the ΛCDM hot big bang creation model is consistent with the entirety of the astronomical database. The inventory produced by McGaugh’s team is yet one more example demonstrating that the more astronomers learn about the universe, the more evidence they uncover in support of the biblical cosmic creation model, even if unintentionally. New observations continually and consistently provide increasingly stronger proofs for a big bang creation event and the big bang Creator.

via Locating the Ordinary Dark Matter | Reasons To Believe.


Obama is such a whimp

 

Obama exchanges words with Gov. Jan Brewer at Arizona airport

Greeting him upon his arrival, Brewer hands Obama a handwritten letter and the two engage in an intense conversation. She says he objected to her book’s depiction of a 2010 meeting between them.

 

By Christi Parsons, Washington Bureau

January 25, 2012, 9:35 p.m.

Reporting from Phoenix—

President Obama’s warm reception in sunny Arizona lasted about as long as it took to step off Air Force One and greet Gov. Jan Brewer on Wednesday.

Brewer, champion of her state’s controversial anti-illegal-immigration law, welcomed Obama on the tarmac at Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport with a handwritten letter and an intense conversation during which, at one point, she pointed at him.

According to pool reporters who were present, Obama and Brewer seemed to be talking at the same time, seemingly over each other, until he walked away mid-sentence.

Brewer told pool reporter Carrie Budoff Brown of Politico that the president seemed upset about her book, “Scorpions for Breakfast,” in which she criticizes Obama and defends the state’s immigration law.

“He was a little disturbed about my book,” Brewer told Brown. “I asked him if he read the book. He said he read the excerpt. So …”

Obama was objecting to the governor’s account of a meeting he and Brewer had at the White House, in which she described him as lecturing her, the Associated Press reported.

“I felt a little bit like I was being lectured to, and I was a little kid in a classroom, if you will, and he was this wise professor and I was this little kid, and this little kid knows what the problem is, and I felt minimized to say the least,” she said of the 2010 meeting in a television interview two months ago.

She also objected to the way Obama treated her when he gave the commencement address at Arizona State University in 2009. “He did blow me off at ASU,” she said in the interview.

Brewer’s envelope contained a handwritten invitation for Obama to return to Arizona, have lunch with her and come with her to the border.

“I said to him, you know, I have always respected the office of the president and that the book is what the book is,” she told reporters after the confrontation. She said Obama complained that she had described him as not treating her cordially.

“I said that I was sorry that he felt that way. Anyway, we’re glad he’s here, and we’ll regroup,” she said.

A White House official offered this take on the tarmac encounter:

“The governor handed the president a letter and said she was inviting him to meet with her. The president said he’d be glad to meet with her again, but did note that after their last meeting, a cordial discussion in the Oval Office, the governor inaccurately described the meeting in her book.”

via Obama exchanges words with Gov. Jan Brewer at Arizona airport – latimes.com.


Sex and the City actress Cynthia Nixon, who decided to publicly announce that she was lesbian in 2004, has now said that being gay is a choice.

The gay community has expressed dissatisfaction with Nixon for suggesting that being gay is a choice. Nixon has made the comment twice, once in a speech and once in a New York Times interview, causing a backlash from the gay activists, who do not want homosexuality to be depicted as a choice.

“I gave a speech recently, an empowerment speech to a gay audience, and it included the line ‘I’ve been straight and I’ve been gay, and gay is better,” the actress told the New York Times. “And they tried to get me to change it, because they said it implies that homosexuality can be a choice.”

Actress Cynthia Nixon poses for photographers at the premiere of “Sex and the City 2” in Leicester Square, London May 27, 2010.

(Photo: Reuters/Kieran Doherty)

Actress Cynthia Nixon poses for photographers at the premiere of “Sex and the City 2” in Leicester Square, London May 27, 2010.

Joy Behar, a co-host of the View, expressed confusion about the decision to be gay last year. “I don’t know how to respond to that, I mean I don’t think that anybody in this world wants to be gay, considering all of the vilification that is brought upon someone who is gay. Why would you choose that?”

But Nixon questions why being gay shouldn’t be a choice. “I am very annoyed about this issue,” she said in the Times interview. “Why can’t it be a choice? Why is that any less legitimate?”

Randy Thomas is the executive vice president of Exodus International, one of the world’s largest outreaches to those affected by unwanted homosexual attraction. He supports that being gay is a choice, after overcoming his battles with homosexuality.

via Cynthia Nixon Gay ‘Choice’ Comments Anger Homosexual Activists, Christian News.