Space Bible

A peculiar statement recorded by Moses 3500 years ago has made no sense to anyone until NASA space telescope discoveries were made in 2004-2007 about how planets like Earth form from a formless cloud of dust just as Genesis indicates.

CLEVELAND -- According to NASA 2004-2007 discoveries, planets like the Earth are formed in the exact same fashion as described in Genesis, according to author J. Paul Hutchins.

While doing research for his book, Hubble Reveals Creation by an Awe-Inspiring Power, Hutchins discovered that NASA scientist have learned that planets form around infant stars inside a protoplanetary disc of dust and debris, starting out in a formless and chaotic state in total darkness, hidden from the sun, as described by Moses.

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I just finished reading the book, "Global Warming Skepticism for Busy People" ... https://www.amazon.com/Global-Warming-Skepticism-Busy-People-ebook/dp/B07H57WVYJ ... and I highly recommend it.

Written by a climatologist who has a doctorate in that field, this book explores the (lack of) science and the lack of scientific consensus (claims to the contrary not withstanding), as well as what the real science says.  This is a Kindle book, and as much as I prefer "real" books, being a Kindle book has two huge benefits:  the author can and does update it as new information becomes available, and instead of footnotes and a bibliography, he provides links to research and other evidence.

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The American public has been inundated with global warming propaganda by the media for years, while millions of their tax dollars have been wasted studying something that doesn’t exist.  The arrogance of man shows as many scientists, politicians and the media have attempted to make us feel guilty about emitting too much carbon dioxide and heating up the planet.  They actually believe that man is so powerful as to exert that much influence over global weather.

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