The Universe Is Mathematically Precise


The Universe Is Mathematically Precise

The precision of the universe destroys the theory that it’s all a big accident. There’s meaning here. Which means there’s meaning to life.

No honest person can look around and see the immense complexity of our universe, that balances on the edge of a razor, allowing for all of life on Earth, and then say it all came about through chance.

This video is just one more example.

For more, read Mathematics and the Physical Universe to see more examples.

21st Century Paladin Dojo Info – 11/6/13

The Paladin dojo covers topics from energy producing roads to a new malaria vaccine.
  1. Breakthrough in battle against malaria as new vaccine proves 100 per cent effective against disease for the first time in history
    100% is a good number, a strong number. I like it.
  2. Canadian man born blind sees for the first time at age 68 after he FELL down the stairs
    Ok so… who wants a shoove?
  3. Korea constructs road that wirelessly charges moving electric buses
    Now we’re talking! Can we next make one that doesn’t fall to pieces in 5 years?
  4. Rubble rescue: Tool can ‘see’ heartbeat of disaster-trapped victims
    Bet this wasn’t discovered by a government sponsored grant.
  5. How I taught a homeless man to build an app in a week
    Charity shouldn’t be mandated or forced. It should be done out the goodwill of one human being to another. Great job Patrick McConlogue! (How is it that the British Daily Mail does a better job finding these stories than our American media? Agenda perhaps?)

21st Century Paladin Dojo Info – 8/2/13

Apparently there’s a law that says we all have to visit the Disney Dojo?
  1. Go to Disney Without Going Broke
    Apparently we are all required to take our kids to Disney as least once. Therefore, this information is vital to saving some cash.
  2. Iowa Couple, Both 99, Celebrates 79 Years of Marriage
    This is what society should be celebrating, rather than the inane ramblings of overly rich and privileged.
  3. Boy, 3, who heard for the first time. First child in the U.S. to have an auditory brain stem implant
    Simply incredible what medical science is capable of these days. What an emotional scene this must have been for the parents.
  4. The World’s Most Affordable Places to Retire
    I’m not there yet but I’ll save this link, just in case.
  5. Exclusive: Cancer – A cure just got closer thanks to a tiny British company – and the result could change lives of millions
    This could be HUGE!

21st Century Paladin’s Dojo Info – 5/15/13

Knowledge is power and in today’s increasingly global space, knowing multiple languages can be really beneficial.
  1. Meet the incredible teenager who taught himself 23 languages
    Wow… seems impossible, right?
  2. The Safest (and Cheapest) Cholesterol Treatment
    There are likely natural remedies that God built into our world for every ailment. Of course, it’s quite difficult to find them.
  3. How to boost your energy without caffeine
    I’m sure it works, but where’s the fun in that? hehe
  4. The 7 Ways Successful People Approach Their Work
    Personally, the #7 point, “Pursue Pleasure” is calling my name.
  5. The computers curing cancer: Software is better than doctors at judging which treatments will work
    Number crunching is a computer’s forte. Build faster computers then all we need to do is ask the right questions.
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21st Century Paladin’s Dojo Info – 4/8/13

Cayenne Peppers works by “firing up your metabolism and helping you burn extra calories and fat. Nice!
  1. Think Spice: 8 Spices with Health Benefits
    I had heard this about Cinnamon and Ginger, but psyched to learn about Cayenne Pepper. Ay caramba!
  2. Is This The HIV Cure We’ve Been Waiting For?
    So the Mississippi Baby is now HIV free. That’s beyond wonderful! While the general media jumps up and down about a cure, no mention is given to the possibility that God performed a miracle. Some scientists will never get it.
  3. The end of the Third World? New study shows world poverty could be eradicated in 20 years
    “The poor you will always have with you, but you will not always have me.”
  4. Walking IS as good for your health as running – but you’ll need to do it for longer to get the same benefits
    Makes sense. But you also have to consider less injuries, less stress on joints and more opportunity to watch Netflix movies while on my treadmill. ;^)
  5. Healthy Fast Food and Takeout
    There are plenty of ways to modify most of today’s fast food to make it healthier. The question is, will we?
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21st Century Paladin’s Dojo Info – 3/1/13

Google is becoming increasingly involved in products/services outside their starting point. I guess that’s what having massive amounts of capital will do.
  1. Google’s project X: Search giant hints at ‘unbreakable’ superphone and tablet with longer lasting battery
    Sounds to me like Google is listening.
  2. Conn. couple named ‘longest married’ in US
    Gotta applaud the effort there. Great job Mr. and Mrs. Betar!
  3. Jessica Cox was born without arms, but never let that get in the way of her dreams
    The right attitude means EVERYTHING. How inspirational! Love stories like these.
  4. The blind may soon see again as science prepares to market high-tech cyborg eye
    Love that tech is being used for more than just entertainment. Hope the company responsible thrives!
  5. Twitter and Amex to let you pay with a hashtag
    Have we found a new currency?

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21st Century Paladin’s Dojo Info – 1/26/13

Is Paladin going to want one of these for his dojo? Yes, Papa-san.
  1. Samsung teases ‘unprecedented new TV shape’ set to be revealed next week (and it could be transparent as well)
    Slick to the nTH degree. Transparent TV!
  2. Grinnell College’s Jack Taylor scores NCAA record 138 points
    What a ball hog. ;^)
  3. Four Things That Will Cost Less in ’13
    I’ll buy the other 3 but I have a hard time believing Cable prices will ever go down. Them’s is greedy people.
  4. Could a cup of tea made from coffee be the healthiest hot drink option?
    So lemme get this straight, coffee tea is the new coffee? Where do I sign!?
  5. Did someone say Lego Hotel?
    Might be time to prep the Family Truckster.

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21st Century Paladin’s Dojo Info – 12/22/12

Can be built by a team of five in a week and with materials that we’re generally throwing away. No brainer!
  1. How to put a roof over the world’s poorest people: Ingenious idea for recycling 700m discarded wooden pallets unveiled
    Now here’s a truly green concept that I can get behind. Where can I invest?
  2. Grinnell College’s Jack Taylor scores NCAA record 138 points
    What a ball hog. ;^)
  3. The amazing pacemaker powered by your own heartbeat instead of batteries – and is smaller than a one penny piece
    How incredible is this? Incredible potential here.
  4. Wine lovers boot camp lets you make your own wine
    Paso Robles is quite a trip from Louisville, but perhaps we could make this happen.
  5. Grocer, 70, gives stores to his employees — for free
    I wonder if going this route helps him avoid the evil inheritance tax… hmmm…

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