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“Something Happened:” Bill Whittle would like to have a few words with you about the Moon, Mercury, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn,

. . . and something that crystallized “at the last minute” around the inner heavy-metal core of the Earth… and again, the Moon. Join him in an excerpt from The Stratosphere Lounge | Episode 335.

“The degree of the miraculous is overwhelming.”

Yes, it runs for the 20 minutes that I’ve excerpted from his weekly 90-minute meeting with his members. Nevertheless, he explains some very mysterious events that enabled Earth to become a place that could evolve and sustain life; life with a soul that is. I found his presentation fascinating., and his mysterious events . . . highly suggestive. Draw your own conclusions. I’ve got mine. 

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  • brew August 19, 2022, 3:24 PM

    Yes, that was one heck of a deep dive last night. Been a fan of BW’s for years and always look forward to the weekly TSL.

  • Roy Lofquist August 19, 2022, 5:27 PM
    • Vanderleun August 19, 2022, 8:14 PM

      Yes to Tribes!

  • robert kendall August 20, 2022, 9:25 AM

    i like the ideas he’s enumerating in Tribes. but Bill Whittle demonstrates the existence of God to the “scientific” sheep. thats impressive to me!

    • Vanderleun August 20, 2022, 9:38 AM

      Me too. And so say we all.

  • Redgrandma August 20, 2022, 11:37 AM

    Recently read Eric Metaxas book, “Is Atheism Dead”. He devotes quite a bit of it to the scientific basis for believing in God, focusing on the “fine tuned argument”. There are billions of coincidences that are essential in order for our little planet and all of us on it to exist. It is humbling to try and wrap my pea brain around the significance of it. Thank you Eric and thank you Bill Whittle for bolstering my faith.

  • james wilson August 24, 2022, 6:50 PM

    All the events described by Whittle are fascinating but irrelivant to his larger point–which is that life on earth is devinely miraculous–because he fails to acknowlege the nature of infinity. One percent of infinity is infinity. .00001 percent of infinity is infinity. Planets teeming with life are infinitely numerous. This is not an argumant against the Creator, who among other things is the supreme mathematician, and some say, comedian.