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"Newton's Riddle" Excerpt: Sid quotes from the book where it explains Newton's calculations of adding 49 years to the June 1967 date. Based on "Newton's riddle" the book says, "Messiah's possible return to earth will be on or before the year 2016." However, that is apparently based on using modern (365-day) years in the calculation. As I pointed out in my e-mail dated February 20, 2008, if you use exactly 49 Jewish (360-day, prophetic) years from the day Israel captured the Temple Mount on June 7, 1967, you get 49 X 360 = 17640 days, which amazingly takes one exactly to September 23, 2015, the Day of Atonement 2015. *******www.prophecyforum****/bramlett/newtons_riddle.html Is Jesus Coming Soon? - Solar And Lunar Eclipses of 2008 - 2015 *******www.youtube****/watch?v=JkOMMjAMOsY Mark Biltz Talks About The Return Of Christ On Sid Roth - Solar & Lunar Eclipses - 2014 - 2015 *******www.youtube****/watch?v=1AwKWAHR2KA 2012 - 2015 Lunar Eclipses - Bible Prophecy - Is Jesus Coming Soon? *******www.youtube****/watch?v=x1v3BpUeuvI June 7th 1967 Jerusalem was restored to Israel and began to be built up in troublous times! 49 prophetic years x 360 days = 17,640 days. So, lets count from June 7th 1967 forward, to the day, 17,640 days and see where it takes us! It puts you on Sep 23rd 2015 which is YOM KIPPUR !!! 5 days latter , Sep. 28, is Succoth and is the final total lunar eclipse- "During the four days between the Day of Atonement and Succoth the creature gets a chance to begin the correction." *******www.kabbalah.info/engkab/holidays_eng/sukkot_art.htm 2012 - The Bible and The End Of The World - Part 1 of 3 - Prophecy In The News *******www.youtube****/watch?v=YKfZq0vusWU The Precisely Fulfilled Prophecy Of Israel Becoming A Nation In 1948 *******www.youtube****/watch?v=TrQqhINYrc4 Intelligent Design - The Anthropic Hypothesis *******lettherebelight-77.blogspot****/ Newton, who is considered the greatest scientist of all time, was a sincere religious believer, who said his discoveries were inspired by God. He devoted more time to the study of Scripture than to science. Newton wrote over a million words on religion--nearly all in unpublished hand-written manuscripts and unavailable for research until the 20th century. *******www***nservapedia****/Isaac_Newton "This most beautiful system of the sun, planets, and comets, could only proceed from the counsel and dominion of an intelligent Being. This Being governs all things, not as the soul of the world, but as Lord over all; and on account of his dominion he is wont to be called Lord God παντοκρατωρ [pantokratòr], or Universal Ruler The Supreme God is a Being eternal, infinite, absolutely perfect." Sir Isaac Newton - It is no exaggeration to identify Newton as the single most important contributor to the development of modern science. Christianity Is The Foundation Of Modern Science - Henry Schaefer PhD. Part 1 of 3 *******www.youtube****/watch?v=cI-4aVG0UxI The Signs of Israel's Rebirth Lesson 1: The Parable of the Fig Tree Concluding Statement: Now it should also be perfectly clear what the parable of the fig tree in the Olivet Discourse means (Matt 24:32-34). As the disciples were walking into the city on Tuesday morning after Palm Sunday, they noticed that the tree which Jesus had cursed the day before had withered and dried up. Later, on Tuesday evening, when the memory of the withered fig tree was still fresh in their minds, Jesus spoke the parable in question. He said that when the church sees the fig tree leafing out again, it will know that "it is . . . at the doors." The Greek for "it is" can also be translated "he is." In prophecy, "door" is often a symbol for the passageway between heaven and earth (Rev. 4:1). What the parable means, therefore, is that when the nation of Israel revives after its coming disintegration and death in A.D. 70, the return of Christ will be imminent. *******www.themoorings****/prophecy/Israel/Israel1.html
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*******suprememastertv****/ - MODELS OF SUCCESS-When the Apple Falls:Sir Isaac Newton, Episode: 608, Air Date: 14 - May - 2008
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Just posing the question, Did Sir Isaac do us any favors?
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Mário de Miranda Quintana[1] (Alegrete, 30 de julho de 1906 — Porto Alegre, 5 de maio de 1994) foi um poeta, tradutor e jornalista brasileiro.Era filho de Celso de Oliveira Quintana e de Virgínia de Miranda Quintana. Fez as primeiras letras em sua cidade natal, mudando-se em 1919 para Porto Alegre, onde estudou no Colégio Militar, publicando ali suas primeiras produções literárias. Trabalhou na Editora Globo, quando esta ainda era uma instituição eminentemente gaúcha, e depois na farmácia paterna. Considerado o poeta das coisas simples e com um estilo marcado pela ironia, profundidade e perfeição técnica, trabalhou como jornalista quase que a sua vida toda. Traduziu mais de cento e trinta obras da literatura universal, entre elas Em busca do tempo perdido de Marcel Proust, Mrs. Dalloway de Virginia Woolf, e Palavras e sangue, de Giovanni Papini. Em 1953 trabalhou no jornal Correio do Povo (Porto Alegre). Trabalhava como colunista da página de cultura, que saía no dia de sábado, e em 1977 saiu do jornal. Em 1940 lançou o seu primeiro livro de poesias, A rua dos cataventos, iniciando a sua carreira de poeta, escritor e autor infantil. Em 1966 foi publicada a sua Antologia poética, com 60 poemas inéditos, organizada por Rubem Braga e Paulo Mendes Campos, e lançada para comemorar seus 60 anos, sendo por esta razão o poeta saudado na Academia Brasileira de Letras por Augusto Meyer e Manuel Bandeira, que recita o poema Quintanares, de sua autoria, em homenagem ao colega gaúcho. No mesmo ano ganhou o Prêmio Fernando Chinaglia da União Brasileira de Escritores de melhor livro do ano. Em 1980 recebeu o prêmio Machado de Assis, da ABL, pelo conjunto da obra. Viveu grande parte da vida em hotéis, sendo o último deles o Hotel Majestic, no centro velho de Porto Alegre, que foi tombado e transformado em centro cultural e batizado como Casa de Cultura Mario Quintana, em sua homenagem, ainda em vida. Em seus últimos anos de vida, era comumente visto caminhando nas redondezas. Segundo o próprio poeta, em entrevista a Edla van Steen em 1979, seu nome foi registrado sem acento. Assim ele o usou por toda a vida. Em 2006, no centenário de seu nascimento, várias comemorações foram realizadas no estado do Rio Grande do Sul em sua homenagem.O poeta tentou por três vezes uma vaga à Academia Brasileira de Letras, mas em nenhuma das ocasiões foi eleito; as razões eleitorais da instituição não lhe permitiram alcançar os vinte votos necessários para ter direito a uma cadeira. Ao ser convidado a candidatar-se uma quarta vez, e mesmo com a promessa de unanimidade em torno de seu nome, o poeta recusou.Nasci em Alegrete, em 30 de julho de 1906. Creio que foi a principal coisa que me aconteceu. E agora pedem-me que fale sobre mim mesmo. Bem! Eu sempre achei que toda confissão não transfigurada pela arte é indecente. Minha vida está nos meus poemas, meus poemas são eu mesmo, nunca escrevi uma vírgula que não fosse uma confissão. Ah! mas o que querem são detalhes, cruezas, fofocas Aí vai! Estou com 78 anos, mas sem idade. Idades só há duas: ou se está vivo ou morto. Neste último caso é idade demais, pois foi-nos prometida a Eternidade. Nasci no rigor do inverno, temperatura: 1 grau; e ainda por cima prematuramente, o que me deixava meio complexado, pois achava que não estava pronto. Até que um dia descobri que alguém tão completo como Winston Churchill nascera prematuro - o mesmo tendo acontecido a sir Isaac Newton! Excusez du peu Prefiro citar a opinião dos outros sobre mim. Dizem que sou modesto. Pelo contrário, sou tão orgulhoso que acho que nunca escrevi algo à minha altura. Porque poesia é insatisfação, um anseio de auto-superação. Um poeta satisfeito não satisfaz. Dizem que sou tímido. Nada disso! sou é caladão, introspectivo. Não sei por que sujeitam os introvertidos a tratamentos. Só por não poderem ser chatos como os outros? Exatamente por execrar a chatice, a longuidão, é que eu adoro a síntese. Outro elemento da poesia é a busca da forma (não da fôrma), a dosagem das palavras. Talvez concorra para esse meu cuidado o fato de ter sido prático de farmácia durante cinco anos. Note-se que é o mesmo caso de Carlos Drummond de Andrade, de Alberto de Oliveira, de Érico Verissimo - que bem sabem (ou souberam) o que é a luta amorosa com as palavras.
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Where would we be today if it weren't for the scientists of the past? From the miniature world of genetics to the vast expanse of space, review the greatest discoveries of all time across eight different scientific categories in this multi-part series. Join host Bill Nye as he recounts the 100 most important discoveries and explains how each one has had a hand in shaping the modern world. Watch his lively and dramatic accounts and learn how the great discoveries were made, how they impacted the development of scientific knowledge and how they touch our lives today. 1) Astronomy Copernicus first theorized that the Sun was the center of our solar system, but it took the work of Johannes Kepler to prove it. Learn why the universe is expanding and meet modern astronomers who gauge the likelihood of life out there. 2) Biology Hundreds of years before the first DNA test, "Micrographia" championed the use of microscopes and set the stage for the first major discovery in biology: microorganisms. Learn how the secret of the cell was solved and how starfish led to the development of stem cell research. 3) Chemistry Joesph Priestley initiated the study of chemistry in 1770 with the discovery of oxygen. From there, witness the development of plastics and a familiar table that has confounded high school chemistry students for generations. 4) Earth Sciences Venture beneath our planet's crust for a look at the powerful geological forces that keep life on the move and adapting plate tectonics, earthquakes and super volcanoes. 5) Evolution From the discovery of the dinosaur-killing KT asteroid to Carl Linnaeus' still-used life form classification system to the groundbreaking theories of Charles Darwin. Learn how intelligent life began on earth. 6) Genetics Gregor Mendel's work with pea plants pioneered the study of genetics, but it wasn't until the creation of the double helix DNA model that the field really began to take off. 7) Medicine With physician Andreas Vesalius's groundbreaking anatomical drawings in 1538, a new science was born. Witness the horror of a pre-anesthesia operating room, see how X-rays were discovered and meet the man who developed the first vitamin. 8) Physics Learn how physicist Sir Isaac Newton developed his three laws of motion and travel inside the atom for an explosive look at Einstein's best-known theory. 9) Top Ten What are the 10 greatest scientific discoveries of all time? Find out which of the original 100 were voted by viewers as the most groundbreaking.
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1602 east indian company formed, sir isaac newton scientist died 1727, henrik ibsen born 1828, jerry reed 1937 born musician, 1935 your hit parade began on radio, 1965 lyndon johnson president of the u.s. calls in federal troops to alabama to ensure peaceful protests for george wallace governor, 1852 uncle tom's cabin published harriet beacher stowe, proposal day 2009, on this date in history march 20, - www.myinboxnews****
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on this date in history sir isaac newton published principia book of calculus that explained the laws of motion and gravity, jean cocteau was born in 1889, pt barnum of barnum and baileys circus was born in 1810, william faulkner died in 1962, salvation army was founded in 1865, hormel created spam sales began in 1937, 1811 venezuela declared independence from spain, on this date in history july 5, - www.myinboxnews****
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NEW SERIES airs Wednesdays at 9/8c on HISTORY. Sir Isaac Newton is one of the greatest geniuses in history, but few know that he also predicted a shocking new date of the Apocalypse. Though famous for discovering gravity, calculus, and the basic laws of universal motion, Newton possessed a very dark and mysterious side. Thousands of his private papers, only recently made available, reveal a man secretly obsessed with alchemy and Biblical prophecy. Visit the official HISTORY Facebook Fanpage at *******facebook****/History, Follow us on Twitter at *******twitter****/History_Daily
3 Oct 2009
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Cosmic Rays Hit Space Age High Excerpt: "The entire solar system from Mercury to Pluto and beyond is surrounded by a bubble of solar magnetism called "the heliosphere." *******www.sciencedaily****/releases/2009/09/090929133244.htm "This most beautiful system of the sun, planets, and comets, could only proceed from the counsel and dominion of an intelligent Being. … This Being governs all things, not as the soul of the world, but as Lord over all; and on account of his dominion he is wont to be called “Lord God” παντοκρατωρ [pantokratòr], or “Universal Ruler”… The Supreme God is a Being eternal, infinite, absolutely perfect." Sir Isaac Newton - Quoted from his science masterpiece "Principia" ID - The Anthropic Hypothesis *******lettherebelight-77.blogspot****/
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The 1,800-year Israeli Drought: Excerpt: For 1,800 years, it hardly ever rained in Israel. This was the barren land discovered by Mark Twain. So-called "Palestine" was a wasteland – nobody lived there. There was no indigenous Arab population to speak of. It only came after the Jews came back. Beginning in A.D. 70 and lasting until the early 1900s – about 660,000 days – no rain. I decided to check this out as best I could and examined the rainfall data for 150 years in Israel beginning in the early 1800s and leading up to the 1960s. What I found was astonishing – increasing rainfall almost every single year – with the heaviest rainfall coming in and around 1948 and 1967. Is this just a coincidence? I'll be quite honest with you: I don't think so. Nor do I think Israel can continue today to make bad stewardship decisions regarding the land bequeathed the Jews by God without consequences – serious consequences. *******www.wnd****/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=58795 Here are a few resources showing the clarity and authenticity of Bible prophecy: The Precisely Fulfilled Prophecy Of Israel Becoming A Nation In 1948 - video *******www.metacafe****/watch/4041241/the_precisely_fulfilled_prophecy_of_israel_becoming_a_nation_in_1948/ The Signs of Israel's Rebirth: Lesson 1: The Parable of the Fig Tree Concluding Statement: Now it should also be perfectly clear what the parable of the fig tree in the Olivet Discourse means (Matt 24:32-34). As the disciples were walking into the city on Tuesday morning after Palm Sunday, they noticed that the tree which Jesus had cursed the day before had withered and dried up. Later, on Tuesday evening, when the memory of the withered fig tree was still fresh in their minds, Jesus spoke the parable in question. He said that when the church sees the fig tree leafing out again, it will know that "it is . . . at the doors." The Greek for "it is" can also be translated "he is." In prophecy, "door" is often a symbol for the passageway between heaven and earth (Rev. 4:1). What the parable means, therefore, is that when the nation of Israel revives after its coming disintegration and death in A.D. 70, the return of Christ will be imminent. *******www.themoorings****/prophecy/Israel/Israel1.html Sir Isaac Newton's Prediction For The Return Of Christ - Sid Roth video *******www.metacafe****/watch/4041154/sir_isaac_newtons_prediction_for_the_return_of_christ_sid_roth/ The Bible: The Word of God? Extraordinary Claims Demand Extraordinary Evidence - video *******video.google****/videoplay?docid=5539836792491778083 2012 - 2015 - Is Jesus Coming Soon? - Lunar Eclipses - Bible Prophecy - video *******www.metacafe****/watch/4056087/2012_2015_is_jesus_coming_soon_lunar_eclipses_bible_prophecy/ Deuteronomy 28:24 The LORD shall make the rain of thy land powder and dust: from heaven shall it come down upon thee, until thou be destroyed. *******www.biblegateway****/passage/?search=Deuteronomy%2028&version=KJV Mark Twain in the Holy Land Mark Twain visited Israel in 1867, and published his impressions in Innocents Abroad. He described a desolate country – devoid of both vegetation and human population: “….. A desolate country whose soil is rich enough, but is given over wholly to weeds… a silent mournful expanse…. a desolation…. we never saw a human being on the whole route…. hardly a tree or shrub anywhere. Even the olive tree and the cactus, those fast friends of a worthless soil, had almost deserted the country.” He was amazed by the smallness of the city of Jerusalem: “A fast walker could go outside the walls of Jerusalem and walk entirely around the city in an hour. I do not know how else to make one understand how small it is.” *******zionismandisrael.wordpress****/2008/08/28/mark-twain-in-the-holy-land/ Prophecies For the Era of Muslim Terror - A TORAH PERSPECTIVE ON WORLD EVENTS *******www.prophecyinthenews****/ Intelligent Design - The Anthropic Hypothesis *******lettherebelight-77.blogspot****/
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*******SupremeMasterTV****/VE - Vegetarian Elite - Famous Vegetarians including Russell Simmons, Seba Johnson, Al Oerter, Surya Bonaly, Murrar Rose, Paavo Nurmi, Patricia de Leon, Hannah Teter, Sir Isaac Newton, Aristotle. Jessica Simpson, Mahatma Gandi, Confucious, Prince Fielder, Brian Greene, Billie Jean King, Plato, Abraham Lincoln, Christian Rosenkreuz, Jesus Christ, Shakyamuni Buddha, Saint Francis of Assisi, Kim Basinger, Leonardo Da Vinci, Shania Twain, Leo Tolstoy, Albert Einstein, Alica Silverstone, Tobey Maguire, Joaquin Phoenix, Pamela Anderson, Dustin Hoffman, Natalie Portman, Georges Laraque, Yogi Cameron, Stephen Glover, Dennis Kucinich, Richard Wagner, Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada, Shmuel Yosef Agnon, Guru Nanak Dev, Dr Janez Drnovsek, Marcia Gay Harden, Ingrid Newkirk, Billy McNamara, Ian McKellen, Forest Whitaker, Doris Day, Heather Mills, Tony La Russa, Emily Deschanel, Olivia Newton John, Helena Blavatsky, Henry Steel, Casey Affleck, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Hilary Benn, Casey Kasem, Andrew Bartlett, Debra Wilson Skelton, Mariana Tosca.
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