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EASTER ISLAND ‘HEADS’ HAVE BODIES!
Moai) show them as large heads, people commonly think these
statues are just large heads. However, archaeological digs have
dispelled this myth. The ‘heads’ sit on ‘torsos’ that have been
buried by what secular geologists describe as mass transport
deposits, such as from landslides. Most of the statues were
carved from tuff (a compressed volcanic ash).
But how were they moved around? Recent archaeological
digs have revealed that tree trunks and ropes were used to erect
the statues. Pollen data suggests that trees were more abundant
when the statues were carved around 600 to 900 years ago.
There is no doubt that the ancient Rapa Nui (the native
people of Easter Island, also known as Rapa Nui) were smart
enough to work out how to move the giant stones, which can be
up to 10 m ( 32 ft) tall and weigh about 72 tonnes (80 US tons).
This again reinforces the fact that humans have always been as
intelligent as they are now (or arguably even smarter in earlier
generations) because we’re all made in the image of God.
Nace, T., The famous Easter Island heads have hidden bodies, forbes.com,
TREND AWAY FROM RELIGION
an increasing trend away from religion (in
particular, mainline Christianity) is revealed
in both the latest Australian census as well as
a long-running survey of first-year American
Even though 60% of Australians had a
religious affiliation, the proportion of people
reporting no religion increased to 30% in
2016—nearly double the 16% in 2001. Of
that 60%, all but 8.2% gave Christianity as
Similar percentage trends are revealed
in the Cooperative Institutional Research
Program survey of American college entrants
that has been conducted since 1966. The
number of college students with no religious
affiliation has tripled from 10% in 1986 to
31% in 2016.
The trend fits with the overall impact of
decades of an increasingly anti-God agenda
throughout society, particularly in the
classroom where molecules-to-man evolution
(the world made itself; the Bible’s history is
wrong) is taught as fact and any dissent from
that position is basically outlawed.
Census snapshot: 35 key findings,
dailytelegraph.com.au, June 2017.
Downey, A., College freshmen are less religious than
ever, blogs.scientificamerican.com, May 2017.
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