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By Eli | Published here on April 27, 2017 Anno Domini
Really, what is cryptography? who needs it?
Cryptography is the art of secret messages.
We will imagine two characters, Alice and Bob. Let's pretend that they share an important secret. But then Bob moves to another state. This requires them to communicate. But there is an eavesdropper, Eve. She want in on the secret and tries to bully Bob, but it does not work. So, she resorts to intercepting Bob's and Alice's messages. Bob and Alice are now forced to put the messages in a box, put a padlock on it (only Alice and Bob know the combination to it) and send it to each other.
A cipher is a virtual lock. When you say "code", you probably mean "cipher". But what is the difference?
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By Eli | Published here on March 16, 2017 Anno Domini
Disclaimer: We are not responsible for any side effects in you intake of B17.
Rerember, B17 in excess may (currently the subject of debate) cause hypertoxic chemicals to build up in you system. Also note:
1. Cancer is not always a deficiency of Vitamin B17. Cancer can go out of control because of consuming sugar or foods containing chemicals and/ or coming into contact with cancer - causing agents. It may also erupt because of mutations.
2. In your body, you have cancer. We all do. This because the simple definition of cancer is when a cell begins to mass - produce copies of itself. The difference is that these small, local - type cancers are strictly regulated by the immune system and the cell.
3. Cancer causing mutations are normally turned off by the immune system. However, when your diet is not right, the immune system does not work right.
This is known as the science of epigenetics: reviving the body's ability to turn on and off DNA.
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by Eli | Posted here on February 16, 2017
Today we are going to make butter. Butter.
Creamy rich butter, yamaBrand butter, you-never-will-believe-it-is-so-good butter . .. . . . . Homemade butter.
Wait . . . . you say. you does a body make butter? Well, we are going to do just the way how they made butter in the ye olden days. They would dump milk into a wooden contraption called a churner, and turning the handle would turn paddles (so I guessed) inside the churner and cause the milk to separate into buttermilk and some fatty solids, also known as butter. But instead of using churning contraptions, we are using our hands.
Now it is important to realize that if you used some regular milk, your endeavor would yield more buttermilk than butter. So, it is much better to use heavy cream or light cream than to waste the buttermilk. (Now, in ye olden days they used the buttermilk for baking and drinking.)
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by Alex Varghese | Originally posted on jesussoon.blogspot.com on SATURDAY, APRIL 01, 2006 | | Posted here on February 15, 2017
God willing, I want to post the abstract of a Wednesday Bible Study we have here in Gaithersburg. The Bible Study is about the seven nations mentioned in the Bible.
The Lord commanded the children of Israel to conquer these seven nations and to utterly destroy them. The seven nations are synonymous with seven natures in our lives. These seven nations also had these natures in their collective lives and hence we are able to associate these natures to them. The seven nations are (Deuteronomy chp. 7) :
Their lineage is also in the book of origins, Genesis 10:6, 15-19:
And the sons of Ham; Cush, and Mizraim, and Phut, and Canaan. ...
And Canaan begot Sidon his firstborn, and Heth, And the Jebusite, and the
Amorite, and the Girgasite, And the Hivite, and the Arkite, and the Sinite, And
the Arvadite, and the Zemarite, and the Hamathite: and afterward were the
families of the Canaanites spread abroad. And the border of the Canaanites was
from Sidon, as thou comest to Gerar, unto Gaza; as thou goest, unto Sodom, and
Gomorrah, and Admah, and Zeboim, even unto Lasha.
Each of these sons of Canaan had a meaning associated to their names. The meanings are:
From the meaning of their names, there are certain natures that we can derive from them. These are:
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by eli.georgios | Originally published on November 22, 2015 in Instructables | https://www.instructables.com/id/Icky-Sticky-Three-Ingredient-Flubber/ | Posted here on February 14, 2017
Have you watched the movie "Flubber"? Well, If you have, then may'be you've wished you could make some, just like Professor Brainard. In this Instructable, we will show you how you can also discover the secrets of this nontoxic, even safe - to - eat Flubber Rubber!
( Psst. Just don't miss your own wedding! )
Store in a large airtight container. Play with it often - or its gonna grow mold, buddy.
If not stored properly, it may dry up and it will be mad at you.
When I said, "nontoxic," I mean that it is safe if consumed once. If swallowed a second time, drink a gelatin solution (unflavored). If this is not available, DRINK LARGE AMOUNTS OF PURE, WATER OR JUICE. Note that this flubber contains borax, and "borax could reduce your fertility if consumed...," as one visitor brought to my attention.
1 bottle of school glue
2 cups of water
1 tablespoon of borax
medium sized bowl
large steel mug (shown as 1 cup measure)
2 metal spoo. . . . .
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by Alex Varghese | Originally posted on jesussoon.blogspot.com on Sunday, March 05, 2006 | | Posted here on February 13, 2017
Jesus said, "If any man thirst, let him come unto me, and drink. He that believeth on me, as the Scripture hath said, out of his belly shall flow rivers of living water." The rivers of living water is the baptism of the Holy Ghost. However, to receive this baptism, one has to thirst. The psalmist says, "as the deer pants for the waters, so my soul longs after you." Thirst is one of the most essential characteristics of a person going on with the Lord. David describes it like this: "You have desired truth in the inward parts". This truth in the inward parts is a thirst for God bubbling from the very depths of our being. A longing to love God, to cling to Jesus. In another place, the psalmist says, "deep calleth unto deep... all thy billows are gone over me". One depth is man. Another greater depth is God. God is standing in the depth of his love and calling to man who has not yet reached that depth. God calls him thus because He loves man and wants man to enjoy all the pleasures at His right hand for ever more. Oh Halelujah! How unsearchable and unfanthomable are the depths of the love of God. It is past finding out!
God's plan for us is unfanthomable. Bible says, "Eye has not seen, ear has not heard, neither has it entered into the heart of man what God has prepared for them that love Him." Indeed this is a great mystery. God, in his love, has prepared something for man that man can never or has ever discovered. However, he wants man to experience that through Jesus Christ. This can be experienced by simply running to him, in simple faith, like a little child runs to its father. When we come to God like that, we are spiritually entering the Most Holy Place from where the shekinah glory of God is continously emanating. There we may drink deeply of his fullness and enjoy our fill of his love and presence. Are you thirsting for this experince, dear child of God? Run to him. Dont delay. Dont spare. Dont linger. You will loose nothing by running to him. He will bless you abundantly and satisfy your longing! Halelujah! God is a vibrant, never ending, mighty fountain. You can satisfy the thirst of your heart there! He is no respector of persons. He is faithful to fulfil his promises. May God bless you.
by Alex Varghese | Originally posted on jesussoon.blogspot.com on Thursday, September 15, 2005 | | Posted here on February 13, 2017
Praise the Lord
In John 11:25, Jesus told Martha, "I am the resurrection, and the life: he that believeth in me, though he were dead, yet shall he live." He said in John 6:54, "I will raise him up". Jesus is the first fruits of those that rose from the dead. Romans 8:11 says, "If the Spirit of him that raised up Jesus from the dead dwell in you, he that raised up Christ from the dead shall also quicken your mortal bodies." From this verse it is clear that Jesus was raised up by the power of the Holy Spirit.
Gods eternal purpose for man is to restore him to his former estate. Praise the Lord! To do that God has to first baptise us with the Holy Ghost. This Holy Ghost is the resurrection power that raised up the Lord Jesus Christ from the dead. By this power God is able to quicken our mortal bodies and transform it into a glorious body. Before that our character needs to be changed by the same Spirit of God. Philipians 3:21 says, "Who shall change our vile body, that it may be fashioned like unto his glorious body, according to the working whereby he is able even to subdue all things unto himself." By this we understand before we are fashioned into his glorious body, a work of subduing is first required. This is the transformation of our character. 2 Cor 10:5 says, "Casting down imaginations, and every high thing that exalteth itself against the knowledge of God, and bringing into captivity every thought to the obedience of Christ;". By the power of the Holy Spirit, God is able to transform our character, our thoughts, our imaginations, yea all things into the glorious image of the Son of God. Halelujah! Amen! Then when this work is done, when the trumpet sounds, we shall put on the glorious body and shall be raised up to meet him again - thus fulfilling the promise of Jesus - I will raise him up.
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