The first electric toaster was invented in 1893 in Great Britain and re-invented in 1909 in the United States. The original toasters only toasted one side of the bread at a time and it required a person to stand by and turn it off manually when the toast looked done. Charles Strite invented the modern timer, pop-up toaster in 1919. The first pop-up toaster manufactured for home use was made in 1926. It wasn’t until the 1980’s that pop-up toasters were made to accommodate thinker…Continue
Imperial data is readily available in vast quantities. We, as astute human beings, with our curiosity and thirst for knowledge, are compelled to interpret that data. Some things are pretty strait forward, like water freezes at 32 degrees F. That is data that really doesn’t need interpretation. It’s testable and repeatable, but when various data is merged into a single theory the theory must be tested. In days of old, scientists would take there theory and try to prove it wrong. This…Continue
The Hebrew word “yom” translated “day” in English, can be used much like our word day. It can mean one 24 hour period or you can say “back in the day” and mean a time period in the past, or you can say “in the days of Solomon” and mean a specific time frame. Yom is a versatile word, but in Genesis chapter 1, God makes the understanding of the word very clear. When ever the word “yom” is used in the Bible in conjunction with a number like, day 1 or day 2 it means one 24 hour time…Continue
Most of my life I believed in evolution. It was taught to me in school and I was an absolute sponge for scientific knowledge since my earliest memories. But, these scientists I put my faith in had a secular world view and preached evolution. I was caught in a secular worldview. I never really attributed life and the universe to God. Then, a few years ago I started studying creation science and stumbled through some bad information until I found the truth.
I started out…Continue