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Life has taught me two powerful lessons:

1)Set goals and work hard because your life's work seems to depend on these.

2)But have faith and trust in God because your life's work really depends on who HE is.

Born in Bronx New York. Moved to San Francisco in 1963. Graduate of San Francisco State with B.S. Chemistry. Futher Graduate studies U of L. Promoted from private to Captain in US army. Started out as shoe shine boy went to Senior Manager of Regulatory Affairs for Pharmaceutical Company. Certified Quality Engineer and former member American Chemical Society.


Finding the Ark of the Covenant


So you think your theory concerning what happened to the Ark of the Covenant is the right one. Well maybe it is. Over the next few months we will list popular theories and see how they stand up under examination. We invite you to submit any theories that you have and we will turn them over, shake them up and examine them from all angles. The way that we will do t...

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Last Journey of the Ark
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I finished several days ago and I so bummed that it is over! What a great story and I love the easy style that you tell it. I gave it to Vicky to read and then I am going to read it again!

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Did you know that Ethiopia might have fifteen-hundred rock churches? Most are carved ou of rock outcropping. Some date back to the 13th century. Even the locals have forgotten where they are all located. Some are in caves, in the ground, and on top of tabletop mountains like Debre Damo. If the falashas wanted to hide the Ark, they would have lots of choices that were more secure than the middle of Axum.J.J. Gainer
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The paleoclimate record shouts to us that, far from being self-stabilizing, the Earth's climate system is an ornery beast which overreacts even to small nudges.Wallace Broecker
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“Did you know that Ethiopia might have fifteen-hundred rock churches? Most are carved ou of rock outcropping. Some date back to the 13th century. Even the locals have forgotten where they are all located. Some are in caves, in the ground, and on top of tabletop mountains like Debre Damo. If the falashas wanted to hide the Ark, they would have lots of choices that were more secure than the middle of Axum.”
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“The paleoclimate record shouts to us that, far from being self-stabilizing, the Earth's climate system is an ornery beast which overreacts even to small nudges.”
Wallace Broecker

“Did you know that Ethiopia might have fifteen-hundred rock churches? Most are carved ou of rock outcropping. Some date back to the 13th century. Even the locals have forgotten where they are all located. Some are in caves, in the ground, and on top of tabletop mountains like Debre Damo. If the falashas wanted to hide the Ark, they would have lots of choices that were more secure than the middle of Axum.”
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