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Life’s Setbacks, Don’t Let Them Stop You
Louis Pasteur (1822-1895) accomplished many things as a young man and in middle age. He was a Professor of Physics by age 24, and a Professor of Chemistry by age 26. He was the Dean of Science at the University … Continue reading
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Lessons From the Moon
The moon provides benefits to mankind. The Bible says, “And God said, ‘Let there be lights in the firmament of the heavens to divide the day from the night; and let them be for signs and seasons, and for days … Continue reading
Posted in Apologetics, Evidence, Nature, science Tagged aeration of oceans, age of earth, aquatic life, astronaunts, bob hope, book it's a young world after all, book the world of chemistry, cleansing of oceans, cosmic space dust, difference between meteoroid and meteor and meteorite, earth's atmosphere, earth's protective atmosphere, erosion, Genesis 1, Genesis 1:14-18, greater light and lesser light, importance of ocean waters, intertidal zone, Isaiah 45:18, john hudson tiner, lessons from nature, lunar cycle, lunar landing, lunar landing eagle, lunar landing pods, mesosphere, meteor, meteorite, meteorites, meteoroid, meteroroid. meteor, microorganism, moon, moon dust, nasa, neil armstrong, ocean tides, paul ackerman, pollution, sum and moon and stars, temperature on earth v. on moon, the eagle has landed Leave a comment
Aluminum in the mid-1800’s was an extreme expensive metal. Aluminum was plentiful (in fact, the most plentiful metallic element in the earth’s crust). That was not the problem with this element. The problem was that the refinement process at the time … Continue reading
Posted in History, Money, science, Wealth Tagged aluminum, america, charles martin hall, civil war, france, george washington, john hudson tiner, moth, napoleon III, paul heroult, rust, the washington monument, theives, treasures, value of wealth Leave a comment
Feud Over Credit
Morton/Jackson(1) William Morton (1819-1868), was a dentist. He was obsessed with one thing. He said, “If only I could pull teeth painlessly, I would become the richest dentist in Boston, perhaps the entire world.” Later, Morton studied medicine and chemistry under Dr. … Continue reading
Posted in Fellowship, science Tagged aluminum, america, anesthesia, charles jackson, charles martin hall, crawford w. long, dentistry, diethyl ether, discovery, ego, feud, france, john hudson tiner, joseph burnet, joseph warren, painless tooth extraction, patent, paul heroult, Philippians 1, samuel morse, surgery, who gets credit, william morton Leave a comment
Tin is a very commonly used metal. Tin is used to form many alloys. Bronze is an alloy of copper and tin. Pewter is an alloy of lead and tin. Tin is used to make many different products from paper … Continue reading
Posted in Bible Study, Doctrine, Plan of salvation, science Tagged aluminum, antartic exploration, bronze, ignorance, john hudson tiner, peter durand, pewter, roald amundsen, robert scott, south pole, tin Leave a comment