User Profile: AmericanScientist


Member Since: April 03, 2012


  • October 22, 2014 at 2:34am

    The ironic thing is that polar bears skin is black and their hair is hollow

  • [24] October 17, 2014 at 10:36am

    Exactly, I think in this day and age people need to make a clear choice.
    “choose ye this day whom ye will serve as for me and my house we will serve the lord”
    I personally take no offense to this being next to a nativity scene. It makes it even easier to decide. Prince of peace and eternal life, or Lucifer and eternal misery.

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  • [11] October 15, 2014 at 6:21am

    “The same thing could happen in larger batteries, like the ones found in solar equipment.” Green energy is not so green and more hazardous to your health. Not to mention all the pollution it takes to manufacture. No wonder why so many solar companies went down the drain. Money laundering at it’s best.

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  • [8] October 7, 2014 at 12:20am

    Such a good man. We need more people willing to help and solve problems and not just complain about problems

  • October 1, 2014 at 3:08am

    I say he deserves the death penalty administered by a woman.

  • [1] September 24, 2014 at 1:39am

    If I could make $30,000 a year I would feel rich, alas I had to end up with a crippling disease making it extremely difficult to finish school or hold a decent job. But the point is all in how you manage your money. I’m grateful I I have a head for that and that I actually have a job.

  • [1] September 22, 2014 at 1:44am

    So much for all the investments in green energy to stop emissions for climate change, Now Cali is putting more emissions into the atmosphere than the rest of the country combined. Man will never control mother nature. We can only learn and adapt

  • [1] August 20, 2014 at 2:24am

    My goodness. I’ve been blessed with a gift to see things from several different perspectives at the same time. Everyone is correct and frustrated at the way this country is headed. To be honest what I get from Glenn is he’s as confused as I am on how to handle the escalating evils all around us. Why do you think he constantly refers to returning to our principles. Because that is our anchor and keystone we can rely on is our Christ like principles. The world is burning and joining in the violence will only create more problems. Only God can save this nation. We have fallen too far to pull ourselves out on our own. Look at how rigged and messed up the elections were and are still going. The country is divided. Look at Ferguson and everything else happening. We need to unite but where? On what we have in common our principles. ONLY after we are united can we seek to challenge the evils before us.

  • [1] July 13, 2014 at 5:11pm

    The definition of literal to me is word for word. In Polish there’s a phrase “O co mi Chodzi” which literally means “about where I’m going” but actually means what I’m getting at and an inspired translation to me means breaking it down in easier to understand language. I had to search the article to read it and find out for myself what it means and what I got from it is there is no witness or scholarly verifiable proof of the papyri and it’s contents. Something that some people have to have these days. If you ask me The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints is issuing an article to try the faith and inspire questions of the genuinely interested people. It also helps clean house of those looking for an excuse to leave the church. I say James 1:5 If you lack wisdom ask God. Read it and ask God about it, isn’t that what the Mormons say to do about the Book of Mormon. Find out for yourself instead of condemning something or someone with out a fair trial.

  • June 26, 2014 at 7:29am

    Challenge Accepted

  • December 26, 2013 at 9:00pm

    I love a good guilt rendering style. If I got pulled over for speeding like that I would feel worse and have a lower desire to speed than if I got an actual fine. No it wouldn’t work for everyone. But anyone with a sound heart or mind would be more devastated by an act of kindness. I did that to a bully once. My mother had me give him a mug full of M&Ms and say sorry after the hid really hurt me. His I was against it but my mother was wise and his reaction was priceless and we became good friends after that.

  • August 27, 2013 at 2:49pm

    “Keep your friends close and your enemies closer” I don’t remember who said that but I do know that Thomas Jefferson read the Koran and was appalled and encouraged everyone to read it so that we would know the mind of the enemy and expose the evils there in. Why not try and learn more about what we’re up against and bring a little money back into the US. Just a thought

  • August 26, 2013 at 11:09pm

    If this happens and women do go topless they can expect the number of rapes to sky rocket as well as other violent crimes associated with porn. Truly is a sad thing to see the way society is headed.

  • August 18, 2013 at 10:54pm

    Largest eruption due to “Global Warming” I’ll bet

  • August 18, 2013 at 4:47pm

    I feel bad for a lot of the police out there. I agree in many placed they are abusing there power but these cops almost sounded paranoid and I wouldn’t blame them. If I was a cop I would strive to do my best to do the best I can but I would be always nervous about being attacked as police often are or other people making up stories to get me in trouble as often happens. It seems law enforcement is a catch 22 career. That is why I blame individuals not law enforcement in general because with as many police are out there it’s hard not to have a few bad eggs. Good luck to all those who serve and do there best and thanks for your sacrifices be it army, law enforcement, or fire fighters.

  • [1] June 26, 2013 at 1:27pm

    Two really good books I suggest you read are Jame E Talmage’s The Great Apostasy, and Jesus the Christ. Amazing books

  • [1] June 26, 2013 at 1:21pm

    On the evidence I repeat study the Catholic church and it’s history it is the mother of all other christian denominations and set the foundations of the christian principles. Than go to Poland and visit cathedrals and Czestachowa to verify that history. That is plenty evidence I am Polish and lived there and it is eye opening. Authoritatively the only 2 churches that can claim Christs authority and that is the Catholic church and the LDS Church all others are stems from these.

  • [1] June 26, 2013 at 1:14pm

    You are so right, that’s the point, there can be several interpretations of the meanings behind the scriptures. It creates arguments several churches claiming to be the true one. How can anyone be sure which church is true. There are so many, most of which are started by someone who got a degree and authority from a university to teach the scriptures as a career getting paid based on the size of a congregation. Some of these people will alter the gospel to make it sound more pleasing that they may get bigger crowds. There needs to be a prophet called by God himself to have the authority to interpret the scriptures and baptize in his name and reveal modern warnings that didn’t exist in the ancient times. How will one recognize whether the prophet is called of God? The Bible says by their fruits we shall know them. Well the fruit of Joseph Smith is the Book of Mormon. I read it and prayed about it and received my own personal witness that it was true. I know it sounds simple and blah blah. But I can not deny that experience, it was too powerful to deny, and it changed my life. On that witness I received, I strive to live life according to this interpretation and invite all to taste this wonderful joy.

  • [1] June 26, 2013 at 12:48pm

    “How do you rationalize Joseph Smith’s proclamation that God was once a man as we are, with Is 43:10? Hosea 11:9?”

    This is the question I thought I answered in my nice story:) but I I will clarify. In the King Fallet discourse Joseph Smith received a revelation of our eternal potential, a shaky thought if you don’t understand the basics of the gospel and our relationship with God, hence the reason of my first post.
    But if a good man has children doesn’t he want his kids to grow up to be like him? Why would our father in heaven not want us to grow up to be like him. If this be the case couldn’t there be a revelation given to a prophet that maybe God had to go through the same process that we are going through?
    How comforting is it to know that ones father was at one time a teenager dealing with the drama that you are going through? How big in the universe really?
    The references you give are addressing idol worship as is in debate 1 Cor 8:5-6. God was talking to a people that were wanting to incorporate others beliefs with their own, so that they would fit in better. Sounds familiar?:)

  • [1] June 26, 2013 at 12:23pm

    What temple was Christ married in? In all honesty I have no idea. As there was only one temple in the area I would feel it safe to assume that it would have been in the temple of Herod but if someone who was perfect knew they would be mocked and ridiculed through the ages, wouldn’t they want to protect their wife’s name to try and preserve it from being mocked? I would. That is why I believe their is no mention of him being married in the Bible. Because he loved his wife so dearly and knew what would happen if it was mentioned.