'Intelligent Falling' Vs 'Gravity'…

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"… in Job 5:7, we read, 'But mankind is born to trouble, as surely as sparks fly upwards.' If gravity is pulling everything down, why do the sparks fly upwards with great surety? This clearly indicates that a conscious intelligence governs all falling."
http://theonion.com/news/index.php?issue=4133&n=2 [Broken]

"Traditional scientists admit that they cannot explain how gravitation is supposed to work," Carson said. "What the gravity-agenda scientists need to realize is that 'gravity waves' and 'gravitons' are just secular words for 'God can do whatever He wants.'"
Some evangelical physicists propose that Intelligent Falling provides an elegant solution to the central problem of modern physics.
Gravity-agenda scientists are urged to merge with the Evangelical Physicists towards an unified force of physics which readers of the Bible have already known for millennia…


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Everybody has heard of the Flying Spaghetti Monster, right?

http://www.venganza.org/index.htm [Broken]
 
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you do know what kind of a website the onion is?
 
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According to the ECFR paper published[…] there are many phenomena that cannot be explained by secular gravity alone, including such mysteries as how angels fly, how Jesus ascended into Heaven, and how Satan fell when cast out of Paradise.
Proponents of 'Intelligent Falling' now seem to characterize Satan's "fall" as intelligent…! I wonder if ascension can be intelligent too…

'Intelligent Falling' as explained in the article shows that in that "theory" there undoubtedly exists a push force(as when God cast Satan out of Paradise) of 'gravity' that in the 'secular gravity' (as ECFR calls it) is rarely recognized. In the theory of gravitation the prevailing consensus seems to be that there is no such push force, but ONLY gravity's pull force, a conclusion that, to me, is not completely clear yet!
 
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inha said:
you do know what kind of a website the onion is?
Sincerely… no…
 

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