Genesis One, a standing miracle

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Genesis One, a standing miracle

Postby Michael » Wed Aug 15, 2007 6:41 am

Try reading this one by a Welshman

"The Message of the Miracle" - http://www.whatabeginning.com/anatomy.htm

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Postby jon_12091 » Wed Aug 15, 2007 8:30 am

Words fail me....

http://homepage.virgin.net/vernon.jenkins/PS.htm

.... ok now I'm beginning to think this is some kind of elaborate send up?
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Postby Michael » Wed Aug 15, 2007 8:49 am

jon_12091 wrote:Words fail me....

http://homepage.virgin.net/vernon.jenkins/PS.htm

.... ok now I'm beginning to think this is some kind of elaborate send up?


No It is what he beleives!!!
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Postby Roger Stanyard » Wed Aug 15, 2007 8:50 am

jon_12091 wrote:Words fail me....

http://homepage.virgin.net/vernon.jenkins/PS.htm

.... ok now I'm beginning to think this is some kind of elaborate send up?


I've come across this person before. IIRC he is a seriously fundamentalist but is on the fringes of the main network/movement. I don't think he is an activist. He has been retired (IIRC) for some considerable length of time; havng been an academic at what is now the University of Glamorgan.

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Postby Michael » Wed Aug 15, 2007 5:20 pm

Roger Stanyard wrote:
jon_12091 wrote:Words fail me....

http://homepage.virgin.net/vernon.jenkins/PS.htm

.... ok now I'm beginning to think this is some kind of elaborate send up?


I've come across this person before. IIRC he is a seriously fundamentalist but is on the fringes of the main network/movement. I don't think he is an activist. He has been retired (IIRC) for some considerable length of time; havng been an academic at what is now the University of Glamorgan.

Roger


He's not even on the fringes. He posts on the ASA list and calls us all heretics etc. Probably not much of an academic.
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Postby Brian Jordan » Wed Aug 15, 2007 6:29 pm

jon_12091 wrote:Words fail me....

http://homepage.virgin.net/vernon.jenkins/PS.htm

.... ok now I'm beginning to think this is some kind of elaborate send up?
Whatever, its incredible drivel! The A series sheets are derived on A0=1 square metre. The shape is simply that, when folded into two, is the same shape. Which happens to be 1 x root2, thanks to simple geometry. Is all.
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Postby Chris Sergeant » Thu Aug 16, 2007 1:42 pm

You may be dismissing the links too lightly.
The numbers are not independent and can be grouped by properties. Thus: 203, 302, 401.
Also 296, 395.
407 will be included because it is the sum of the cubes of its digits.
The largest and smallest naturally add up to 999.
This means the sum of all of them gives 3 times 1001, which is at the root of a number of mathematical entertainments.

Further, if you place the numbers in ascending order, subtract each from the next and find the digit sum, you will readily identify 3 6 3 6 6. The 6 is the digit sum of 42, while 3 is its middle value.
The smallest number is only 2 greater than twice 42.
The third number is actually 2 greater than seven lots of 42, thus giving you the answer to everything.
42 is of course 3 times the number value of A4 paper, which is also found in the square root of 2.
There does look to be a principle at work here.
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Postby Roger Stanyard » Thu Aug 16, 2007 3:58 pm

Chris Sergeant wrote:You may be dismissing the links too lightly.
The numbers are not independent and can be grouped by properties. Thus: 203, 302, 401.
Also 296, 395.
407 will be included because it is the sum of the cubes of its digits.
The largest and smallest naturally add up to 999.
This means the sum of all of them gives 3 times 1001, which is at the root of a number of mathematical entertainments.

Further, if you place the numbers in ascending order, subtract each from the next and find the digit sum, you will readily identify 3 6 3 6 6. The 6 is the digit sum of 42, while 3 is its middle value.
The smallest number is only 2 greater than twice 42.
The third number is actually 2 greater than seven lots of 42, thus giving you the answer to everything.
42 is of course 3 times the number value of A4 paper, which is also found in the square root of 2.
There does look to be a principle at work here.


Doh. I should have though of it before. Silly me.
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