Testing a new blog
I finished reading Mathematics: The Loss Of Certainty.
What I get out of it is, in the past a lot of mathematicians did a lot of very sloppy work.
This, of course, made a lot of later mathematicians- who had to attempt to clean up their mess- very angry at them.
I have to wonder if today's world would be far more advanced technologically if those mathematicians had simply done things like they were supposed to do.
Updated Dec 15th 2010 at 08:55 PM by gringo300
yesterday, church, the pastor who was preaching gave this sermon. The following are the notes that he made beforehand and I helped to translate for for him. he told me i could share it so here you go. I think it might help. It certainly had a impact on me:
Boats, Storms & Faith
What is faith and how does it work?
What is faith?
Hebrews 11:1 (New International Version)
Now faith is being sure of what we hope for and
For the last... what, has it been about 6 years now?... I've been doing research on the planet Earth- geography, geology, that kind of thing.
From what I can tell, there are at least three sets of Poles- Geographic, Magnetic, and Geomagnetic.
This research has led me to do a lot of research on mathematics. Mathematics especially comes in handy with the geography research.
I spent several years trying to familiarize myself with the islands of Alaska.
Tick Tock, Time is passing by, Abba.
Last Sunday on going to Church I found it very cold to cope with being in the service. Before arriving we were walking through the Church car park and I said to my Wife, looking at all the cars, I did n't feel I belonged hear. All the cars and we were walking because we don't have a car. My Wife said that's just you and your feelings. Ok I agree. Then we went in and took our seat, before long as the service proceeded I heard these words "I want
Updated Jul 30th 2012 at 11:58 AM by Amencorner