Post by Malte Runz
On Tue, 13 Mar 2018 17:36:40 -0700 (PDT), Amazing Answers
Post by Amazing Answers Post by hypatiab7 Post by Amazing Answers
There will always be dogs and cats. God created little cuddly creatures, all having their individual traits. Some of these creatures were obviously designed to sit on laps. These little creatures are affectionate and loving. They're grateful and thankful. Ever notice that some dogs, when you pet them and they leave, they quickly turn around and nod their head and then proceed? We do that too, when we wave good bye. Some dogs have a waxy feel to their hair and shed a lot. These guys are often way too big to sit on laps. But there are the dogs that never shed their hair. You can wear a suit and never find a single strand of hair left on your pant. Never. These dogs like to sit on your lap. Their hair is often cleaner than people clothing. These fellas will exist into eternity. They will be healthy and live forever. You will never again lose a dog. And as they live with you they learn and become helpers. They can retrieve stuff when you need it and do all sorts of
things. As time goes by you'll learn their language and they will learn yours. If you make it to heaven, no doubt you'll see your dogs and cats return from the grave to live with you. They will be just like they were when you last saw them, but better. They will recognize your name and love to be with you. Unlike your past, you will have more time to be them, and of course they will be easier to manage and you will no longer fear over their lives and health. As time goes by you'll acquire new friends. You''ll have little birds come by. Larger birds will fly errands. You'll have a horse. Things will be different than your current mundane life.
Post by hypatiab7 Post by Amazing Answers
Dogs and cats will be eternal. Will you?
How would you know? You're bonkers.
Because I am a very detailed person, ...
You are about as sloppy as it gets. Remember the opposable thumb? You
didn't say that you were thinking about the feet. What about the
"under strata" that somehow eroded? No details there.
An idea pops up in your Dunning Kruger state of mind, and you run with
it until you inevitably drop the ball... usually after no more than a
yard or two, and then you get another out of this world idea. 'I
studied geology and logic, and I think water can be blown into space'.
Oh dear. Oh my. Did he really say that?
If so, it has nothing to do with geology and logic, and everything to do
with the so-called "Hydroplate Theory".
Here's some of that ... theory's ... more interesting findings.
"So how did carbon monoxide form on Pluto? Walter T. Brown of the
Center for Scientific Creation gave an answer today. According to
the Hydroplate Theory, all trans-Neptunian objects, like all
asteroids, comets, and meteoroids, formed from water, rock and mud
from earth. A breakout of a subcrustal ocean about fifty miles
below ground threw out vast amounts of this material perhaps as
much as four percent of the mass of the earth. The mud and rock
included uprooted trees and shrubs from the forests of the early
Pluto and its largest moon Charon formed when a swarm of water,
rock and mud accreted to form these two objects. All such
accretions released kinetic energy as heat. The heat on Pluto (and
on Charon) eventually caused slushy geysers to erupt to the
surface. Some of these geysers produced the 3500-meter (11,000-
foot) mountains at Plutos equator.
But the heat, says Brown, also burned the uprooted trees, shrubs,
and other vegetable matter that accreted with the other matter
(water, rock and mud) to form Pluto. And of course, that burning
needed oxygen. Oxygen came from one or both of two sources. Either
it escaped from earth with the solids and liquids, or formed when
water vapor dissociated in the sunlight of the inner solar system.
But burning in a confined space yielded carbon monoxide, not
When that gas broke out onto the surface (on Tombaugh Regio), it
condensed, then fell as rain into a basin in the heart shape. Then
it froze. The published photo shows contours of ever-increasing
amounts of carbon monoxide as one approaches the center of the
lake. One would expect precisely that when looking down on a lake;
the contours in fact show its depth."
(you really don't want to know how this theory "explains" radioisotopes)
Post by Malte Runz
Post by Amazing Answers
... and I looked over the facts many times
You must mean 'I overlooked the facts many times'.