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A Simian Shakespeare Theatre?
Romans 1:20
"For the invisible things of him from the creation of the world are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, even his eternal power and Godhead;...
You may never see a troop of monkeys traveling from city to city to perform Shakespeare, but some researchers now believe that monkeys do, indeed, develop culture. This unexpected discovery does not...

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It seems that NASA has lost their way. Instead of exploring space, the head (who seems to be a puppet for President Obama) wants to change the organization to an educational and political arm of the administration. As far as their desire to look for evidence for evolution, they have done this for years. Problem is every time they look they have more questions instead of answers. For example, have you ever noticed that from the very beginning Neil Armstrong had to jump quite a distance down from the Lunar Lander to the surface of the moon. (Take a look at the old videos of the first steps on the moon.) Why was this? It seems based on the belief that the age of the moon and our solar system was old that NASA scientist were expecting much more dust on the moon's surface than they actually found - several feet instead of a few inches. So Mr. Armstrong took quite a leap. Instead of shortening the age of the moon, they revised their calculations on the deposition rate of the dust to match what they found. Some thinking is just hard to let go of. At least in the past, NASA had a meaningful goal and space technology created new and interesting technology and products. It seems NASA has now lost their way - one might say even lost in political space. Let's get back to NASA's (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) original purpose of exploring our solar system and space beyond and leave the promotion of feel-good education to the educators. It seems that President Obama was talking to the wrong director.


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