June 30, 2012
visitheworld:

“The Three Sisters” - rock formation, Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia (by PacoAlcantara).

visitheworld:

“The Three Sisters” - rock formation, Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia (by PacoAlcantara).

(via bklynmed)

February 15, 2012
bradyq:

“There is geometry in the humming of the strings, there is music in the spacing of the spheres.” 
-Pythagoras
Stream of Consciousness:
One of the most beautiful things in the world to me is Fluid Mechanics. Let me preface by saying I take a Libertarian view of free will, but every act and movement of any liquid can be traced back to a previous set of actions, a sort of Determinism. There is a certain set of conditions (the temperature of the liquid, the density of said liquid, atmospheric conditions, kinetic energy of the liquid, gravity, active bodies within the liquid, etc.) and because of those conditions, the liquid can only take one specific course. 
Have you ever tried to guess what that course will be? Have you ever tried to guess how the waves of the ocean will break? Or how the water out of a shower head will splash as it hits the floor? Chaos Theory tells us that there is some order to what seems to be random, but I can spend hours staring at a fountain and not find the pattern. 
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Everything in Science points to some quality of the Creator. 
Think about it.  God is the source of all beauty. He is also the source of all order, however imperceptible it may be. 

bradyq:

“There is geometry in the humming of the strings, there is music in the spacing of the spheres.” 

-Pythagoras

Stream of Consciousness:

One of the most beautiful things in the world to me is Fluid Mechanics. Let me preface by saying I take a Libertarian view of free will, but every act and movement of any liquid can be traced back to a previous set of actions, a sort of Determinism. There is a certain set of conditions (the temperature of the liquid, the density of said liquid, atmospheric conditions, kinetic energy of the liquid, gravity, active bodies within the liquid, etc.) and because of those conditions, the liquid can only take one specific course. 

Have you ever tried to guess what that course will be? Have you ever tried to guess how the waves of the ocean will break? Or how the water out of a shower head will splash as it hits the floor? 

Chaos Theory tells us that there is some order to what seems to be random, but I can spend hours staring at a fountain and not find the pattern. 

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Everything in Science points to some quality of the Creator. 

Think about it. 

 God is the source of all beauty. He is also the source of all order, however imperceptible it may be. 

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