Trifecta and Finding Pluto in Library, a Presuppositional Exploration
Resurrection, Opening Day, and the Big 71. Thoughts: I remember pitching 2 no-hitters+, making 3 outs in 10 games in league one year, and being intentionally walked to start a game.
Now I can't seem to make a simple pool shot.
'Remember the good ones': Louise Hartman.
Now I'm organizing. https://sites.google.com/site/bookbrickstowardpeaceamanual/building-a-christian-civilization
Love in King Jesus,
PS: Soon: Finding Pluto in library, a presuppositional exploration.
+ Yes, in slow-pitch--'Hitting is timing, pitching is the disruption of timing': Warren Spahn
Finding Pluto in library, a presuppositional exploration.
Under ‘Discovery’: ‘In the 1840s, using Newtonian mechanics, Urbain Le Verrier predicted the position of the then-undiscovered planet Neptune after analysing perturbations in the orbit of Uranus.Subsequent observations of Neptune in the late 19th century caused astronomers to speculate that Uranus's orbit was being disturbed by another planet besides Neptune.
In 1906, Percival Lowell—a wealthy Bostonian who had founded the Lowell Observatory inFlagstaff, Arizona, in 1894—started an extensive project in search of a possible ninth planet, which he termed "Planet X". ‘
I had a similar type of experience. I was reading Lipton’s ‘Honeymoon Effect’ Subtitle something such as ‘Making Heaven on Earth’.
The big thing was that there was alist of energy medicine practitioners, and I wanted to put the list into the BookBricks project. I'm organizing. https://sites.google.com/site/bookbrickstowardpeaceamanual/building-a-christian-civilization
It fitted, it seemed to me, underSong of Solomon, with body theology, Body Piano Dragonfly Chemesh Prophetic Theater, etc.
So I though this: Presuppositionally, can all knowledge be organized under the 49 books, instead of what is the presupposition of the Dewey Decimal system used in libraries.
Love in King Jesus,
PS: I seem to recall JBJ mentioning on an audio that some types of plants were made after The Six Days, but in his ‘Rethinking the Order of the Old Testament’ he shows a total of 7 iterations of the Six Days and The Fall, so…