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Wild & Wonderful
While this image is still a long way from the matte painting that inspired it, I still had a ton of fun learning! On an entirely different note I thought I'd share some more thoughts I had while at work today making donuts. I never read the newspaper except when I make donuts because we spread it out to keep the oil from getting all over the nice clean stainless steel tables. Usually there isn't much worth reading, especially from this small Kentucky town, but today this headline caught my eye, "Evangelical Awed and Amazed by Evolution", so I began reading. The article really had nothing to do with evolution or creation, nor of the debate between them but rather how Christians are silly to hold to their fight against Evolution which obviously is a fight against science. While I don't have the statistics or head knowledge to fight like Ken Ham I know that there are also plenty of evolutionists who are wowed by creation after they make the switch. I was raised believing in creation, that God made the earth in six 24 hour days and after that He rested, end of story, the world was made. That's fine for me, but what about the millions of other kids who were raised believing that evolution made this earth and that over billions of years we've gotten to where we are today. The fellow in the paper who was wowed by evolution claimed that His belief in evolution didn't clash with his belief in God. He seemed to accept the fact that God just started this world and left us the enjoyable job of discovering this wonderful process we call evolution. My response? So what! Apart from the Bible I could care less what way He chose to form the earth. While I can't see how you couldn't believe in a God with all of the information and order around us, I could see that, apart from the Bible, He very well could have chosen to use evolution. What a thrilling thing it would be to discover that process, the evidence, the finger prints of God as creatures slowly, over billions of years, progressed from one life form to the next. What a history! What a lineage! Yet, that is not what the Bible says happened, no do I believe we see much of that evidence in creation around us. Rather, it clearly and undeniably states that God created the world in six short days, that was that, and there was man, ready to fall, and fall we did. Adam sinned and so sin came to all men and know we are tainted with it, covered, from head to toe with a natural hatred and animosity toward God. We grew as a people, we covered the earth, we began to go after other gods, idols, and traded the image of the real God for those made by man. Yet God's grace was still upon us and He has spared us to this day though we deny Him and try to stuff Him inside our molds and boxes. Yet, God cannot be contained nor fully understood. Science cannot explain Him and it cannot explain Him away, He is there and we are at His mercy, for Him to do with as best pleases Him. The question of origin began when we discovered things we thought didn't match, things our human minds couldn't figure out, couldn't wrap around, and so we took a pair of scissors to the Bible, to our faith and the results of our trimmings and adjustments have been detrimental. Not just because they are so false and twisted, but because we have put our own intellect and prowess over that of God's. We put God to death and labeled His followers as fools, but God however has not died, rather it is we ourselves who have been killed, alienated from the very source of all life. The fight you see isn't between evolution verses creation mainly, but rather between what the Bible really says, and whether we will believe it, or not. When once we have opened the door to a wide interpretation of scripture in the beginning, we open that door to all the Bible. "Jesus wasn't really God, just a good man." "Christ wasn't really born of a virgin." "He didn't really die, he was just severely stunned and later awoke in the tomb." "Those miracles could never have happened, science wouldn't allow it.", do you begin to see what I mean? We have to let the Bible stand by itself, and either accept it as a whole or deny it completely. If the Bible isn't true cover to cover, if it makes a fool of its followers, if it promises things it can't deliver, then by all means, burn them all! But if it be true then woe to him who chooses not to accept and follow every last iota and tittle. I also don't believe that science and the Bible are at odds at all. I've read books by both creationists and evolutionists and from what I've read I see that there is evidence for both, much more in my eyes for creation, but never the less either could have happened. I however choose first to believe the Bible and that God's Word is true, every last little bit. Man's words and discoveries are subjective truth, open to debate and interpretation, the Word of God is not. ThatCooking up an Idea
For a long time I have cleaned my stainless steel cookware by boiling some vinegar in the steamer. An idea came to me while I was polishing things up. I tried this finger printed lightbulb in the steamer to see if it would break… It didn't! Then I swapped it out and tried some expensive glassware. It didn't break either :-) Now I know how I will prep all of my glass before I do a shoot. It does a really good job and gets into areas my fingers can't. Note: I started the process at room temperature. If you put cold glass in an already hot steamer I don't know what will happen. I hope this tip helps out all you table top enthusiasts out there :-) ~~~~~ Update: This doesn't work very well when your glass is not of a consistent thickness. I am busy doing all my glass ware and if you have say a thin walled glass with a heavy base they will not warm up at the same speed and could crack. I just had this happen. For thin walled glass like a glass in a coffee maker it works like a charm. Warm up the steamer nice and slow and allow it to cool down slow too. It still beats Windex by a mile. ~~~ I don't believe it! This photo was picked up by Explore. It was never intended to be anything more than a snapshot illustrating an idea. It makes me wonder how Explore works sometimes.
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