If you had a 2,500 mile long motion picture tape representing the entire...

… electromagnetic spectrum. The visible spectrum (what we can see with the naked eye) would be only 1 frame (about an inch and a half) out of the entire 2,500-mile roll of film.

Only 4% of the universe is made of known material - the other 96% is traditionally labelled into two sectors, dark matter and dark energy.


96% of the universe is not even made of matter, but something we call dark (invisible) matter and dark energy. Of the 4% we call matter, only a tiny fraction can be seen. There is much more empty space in matter, than we ever thought possible.

Nine out of ten doctors prefer Camels. The other doctor would prefer to date women.

Just like music it is about the space between the notes that make the song.

Goodness, kinda makes you wonder if we’re sharing this earth with others that we can’t even see.

According to these standards, we’re basically blind! Instead of Astronauts trying to discover stuff on Mars they should be focused on discovering new stuff here on Earth.

Science has now come to understand that which was spoken in the scriptures over 2000 years ago… “Through faith we understand that the worlds were framed by the word of God, so that things which are seen were not made of things which do appear.” - Hebrews 11:3