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Judy Wesselhoft's letter refreshing



What a breath of fresh air ushered in when I read Judy Wesselhoft's Gazette letter ("Kids deserve better," Dec. 16, 2009) concerning the biggest scientific hoax concerning global warming and Darwin's theory of evolution.

I wonder if those Darwinian professors at the University of Oklahoma can explain these facts: The slant of the earth is 23 1/2 degrees, which gives our spring, summer, fall, and winter seasons. If it were not for this tilt, we would either freeze or burn up.

Now, if the professors would gaze at the beautiful moon God has provided, suppose it was half the distance from the earth. Our tides would be so enormous that our coastlines would be completely submerged twice a day.

Check out the gorgeous sunrise in Oklahoma. What if the sun gave only one half of its present radiation? We would freeze. If it gave half as much more, we would fry, like fish in a hot skillet.

Since it is mathematically impossible to achieve life by undirected natural causes as claimed by Darwinian evolutionists, and since science is no closer to explaining the origin of life today than it was in Darwin's time, the only answer is found by the Psalmist who said "The heavens declare the glory of God and the firmament showeth his handiwork."
"Don Bye
Midwest City
Bye is a retired United States Air Force colonel.

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