The Superconducting Super Collider (SSC) otherwise known as the Desertron, was in the works to be built in the vicinity of Waxahachie Texas back in the late 1980’s. This project was in the works to nearly double the amount of energy that the LHC in its current incarnation possessed. In order to do this, the planned ring was estimated to be a circumference of 87.1 kilometers, or 54.1 miles! That’s almost three times the size of the current LHC. But, being such a public affair, funding for the Desertron was cancelled back in 1993 by Congress. While there is no concrete evidence to support this suggestion, it is likely that the development of a collider of this scale simply went deep underground, both literally and figuratively, funded by the breakaway civilization in order to reconstruct the conditions of the Tower of Babel.
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As I write this post, it is less than a week away from the long worked on conference brought to you by The Prophecy Forum titled A WORLD TURNED UPSIDE DOWN: Decoding the Dramatic New Signs Hastening the Lord's Return. 2014 has been a hectic year for me with the uncertainties of unemployment. But thanks to my [...]
UPDATE: I was made aware of This Article which posted today. However, as I recall, the sightings that stayed lit for quite some time (as in the video below) suddenly became less bright, and were lit for less time later in the hour, even seeing them drift. This leads me to believe that perhaps they were using [...]
RPG's (Role Playing Games) GO AS FAR BACK AS THE 1970's with card games like Dungeons & Dragons. The purpose of the RPG was for the audience to not simply view the story passively, but become a part of it. In other words, the viewer assumes the role of the character in the storyline. When [...]
BEING A SECOND GENERATION JAPANESE AMERICAN meant that I got the inside scoop on all of the cool anime shows and Japanese programming for kids and young adults well before it hit the American mainland. One of my great joys of visiting Japan at the age of 7 was seeing a live performance of what was [...]
HOW SHOULD WE STUDY THE BIBLE? Many people, including myself, experience quite a bit of confusion when they first start reading the Bible. This comes at no surprise since the Bible is a collection of 66 books, originally penned by over 40 authors in 3 different languages over the span of over 1500 years! It doesn't help that it covers a variety of literary genres from History, Philosophy, Theology, Law, Wisdom, Poetry, Gospel, Epistles, Prophecy, and Apocalyptic Literature...So what tools can we use to better understand this message? Aside from hearing your pastor on Sunday morning take this weeks topic and cram a few verses (usually taken out of context) to support the premise in eisegetical fashion, it's probably far better to do a little bit of studying on your own. But where should we start? This post will provide 5 FREE websites that have assisted me in my study of the Bible, which I hope will assist in yours. Besides, with the internet at your fingertips, you don't have an excuse anymore. Here they are in no particular order.