Amazing Resonance Experiment! Perhaps Mathematics is the Language of God

Science and Religion do not have to be at odds with one another. The more we learn about the Universe and the incredible mathematical order created out of chaos, perhaps the underlying mathematical expressions are where science and religion meet.


Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better. ~ Albert Einstein





Obama ignored chances to rescue Bergdahl ‘because he WANTED terror trade’ | Mail Online

From the Daily Mail:

Obama ignored chances to rescue Bergdahl on the ground because he WANTED a terror trade to help close down Guantanamo Bay, claim Pentagon sources

‘The president wanted a diplomatic scenario that would establish a precedent for repatriating detainees from Gitmo,’ a Pentagon official says

He described a conversation with a State Department liaison who said ‘the president isn’t going to leave office with Gitmo intact, and this was the best opportunity to see that through’

Obama has promised to close down the Guantanamo Bay detention camp since 2008 and tried to order it shuttered on his first day in office

The White House hurried its decision-making about retrieving Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, leaving intelligence officials too little time to assess how damaging it would be to release five Taliban leaders in exchange for him

Military commanders, meanwhile, were unwilling to mount a dangerous rescue operation to save a presumed U.S. Army deserter

The result, sources say, was the perfect storm as Obama aims to be rid of ‘Gitmo’ before he leaves office in 2017

via Obama ignored chances to rescue Bergdahl ‘because he WANTED terror trade’ | Mail Online.

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FDR’s D-Day Prayer


How far we have come. We owe these men a debt we can never repay, and must work to be worthy of their sacrifice.

Originally posted on TIME:

One of his sons once referred to Franklin Roosevelt as a “frustrated clergyman.” The president, an Episcopalian, loved liturgy and found the cadences of the Book of Common Prayer and of the King James Bible at once stirring and reassuring. And so the time came for Overlord—what his friend and colleague Winston Churchill called “the most difficult and complicated operation that has ever taken place”—FDR decided to commemorate the moment and address the nation not with a Fireside Chat or a grand speech but with a prayer of his own composition.

The White House distributed the text on the morning of June 6, 1944, so that the afternoon newspapers could publish it and listeners could pray along with Roosevelt when he broadcast that evening. With an estimated audience of 100 million, FDR was to lead what must rank as one of the largest mass prayers in human history. Here are…

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HYSTERICAL VIDEO – John Oliver Explains Net Neutrality Like No One Else

Watch this video on Net Neutrality and if it makes you laugh then go to FCC.GOV/COMMENTS and make your voice heard against the cable companies and stand up for your right to stream Cat Videos as fast as you want.

John Oliver Explains Net Neutrality Like No One Else .. Especially US » The Right Scoop -.


NOT PRISONER SWAP: The Gitmo 5 Were Released 5 DAYS BEFORE Bergdahl

We have been lied to, again.

This was not a “prisoner swap.”

Obama released the 5 high level detainees at Guantanamo 5 DAYS BEFORE  Bergdahl.

The State Department now confirms that we were going to release the 5 detainees though no matter what as part of the emptying and closing  of Gitmo.  

This was simply an attempt to curry favor with the Taliban by their release and hope that in exchange they would honor their word to send Bergdahl back as part of the deal. Bergdahl’s release would then please the American People and make Obama look good in an election year which would  provide cover for the already planned release of the Gitmo 5 allowing Obama to call it a trade for Bergdahl. 

Oh ,how wrong and misguided….

H/T Glenn Beck

From Chuck Todd of NBC News:

Yesterday in her press briefing, State Department spokeswoman Marie Harf suggested something ON THE RECORD that had been hinted at OFF THE RECORD or ON BACKGROUND for days: that the five Taliban prisoners who were released in exchange for Bergdahl were probably going to be released anyway, because they weren’t among those who were slated for prosecution. “There are three buckets of people in Guantanamo that remain,” Harf said. “There are those who are approved for transfer. That’s 78. There are about 30 who have been referred for prosecution in some way. These five are in that middle bucket and were unlikely — might have been, but unlikely — to be added to the group that was going to be referred for prosecution. So it is quite likely that eventually, in line with our commitment to close Guantanamo Bay, they would be transferred.” Harf said later, “We should get something for them.”

via What the Bergdahl Story is Really About: Gitmo – NBC


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