April 10, 2005

What If The Arabs Accepted The Partition

I guess it isn't discussed much because it is like wondering what if we had money trees in our backyards. Anyways, back to the point.
Jews were given 55% of the Holy Land, the Arabs were to get around 40%. Under that plan, the Jews would rule the Jewish land and the Arabs would rule the Arab land.
Fact is, Arabs have higher birth rates than Jews. Pretty soon, the Arab population would have greatly outnumbered the Jewish population.
Of course, for this to happen, there would have to be complete peace, and tensions would have to have been immediately resolved.
Honestly, I don't think the Jews would mind, as long as Jews could immigrate to Israel and there was peace with no chance of genocide.
Jews don't mind it in the USA, and we only make up 2% of the population. We only need 1.4% in order to control things anyways.

April 9, 2005


Galileo was right. The universe is not earth centered, either is our solar system.
I'm pretty sure that no major religion still believes that the sun revolves around the earth anymore. Yet it took a lot to accept fact.
The time is right to accept evolution as fact. All you have to do is watch a science show on TV or even a nature show and it is always a fact that this and that goes back millions or billions of years. Its accepted on TV. And most of all it makes complete sense. Do creationalists just mock the shows? Do they scream "blashphemy" ? Do they quickly turn the channel? Do they block the channels that show science stuff?
Now, I'm not gonna say that evolution has to mean that creation didn't take place. Although I don't believe that there is a god, I'll respect the fact that the majority does. God could have created the universe, and god could have waited to talk to intelligent beings.....once they evolved into intelligent beings.
It is time for religion to open up to this idea, especially as more and more facts come out. Do creationalists realize how stupid they look? Its one thing to have faith, but faith can't negate facts.
The Unitarian Universalists have the right idea. They even let agnostics in.