I discovered a short video where a group of individuals recreate a scale model of our solar system, where the earth is the size of a small marble. To put such a model into perspective with an earth that size, the entire solar system that we belong to measured in diameter seven miles. Seven. Miles.
During his presidential campaign in 2008, Mike Huckabee quoted the bumblebee argument, which states that the laws of aerodynamics indicate that the bumblebee doesn’t have the required capacity to, and thus can’t, fly. Huckabee’s response: “It is scientifically impossible for the bumblebee to fly; but the bumblebee, being unaware of these scientific facts, flies anyway.” … More Bumblebees Can’t Fly
It’s spring time, and that means it’s baseball season. I’ve taken an extra part-time job as an umpire for the local city league. Towards the end of the final game last night, the coach of the fielding team made a pitching change. He called time out and brought the infield in to the pitcher’s mound, … More The Unsung Hero
This week the Church launched a brand new full-length feature film called Meet the Mormons. The movie literally takes you across the world, and into the lives of six members of the Church with fascinating stories. I saw the movie this weekend. It is nothing short of inspiring. These people will bring tears to your … More How I Met the Mormons
Last night my wife and I decided to start watching The Biggest Loser. Besides all the drama, it’s a very inspirational show. It reminds you that anyone can do anything they set their mind to, and that people can motivate themselves to change their lives for the better, and find happiness in doing so. One … More What Do You Think You’re Worth?