Congratulations, H.I.S. Students, for a Successful Landing (of your names) on Mars!
The last couple years, a number of you, during the opportunity in class, got on the NASA Science Laboratory web page and entered your name to be engraved on one of two microchips that would be sent to Mars aboard the Curiosity rover. Some of you may have done this on your own, as the webpage was open to the public. The good news, as you may know by now: The Curiosity rover landed successfully Sunday night (Mountain time) August 5, 2012! More information about the Curiosity Rover (and the microchips) can be found at this NASA webpage.
It's kind of neat to look up at the sky and point to the red planet and say, "My name is up there." But, far better, still, is to assure that your name is written in the Headquarters of the Universe, AKA Heaven. You can't do that by logging onto a website though. You can only do that by making sure that you know Jesus (the Creator of the planets, stars, galaxies, etc.) as your Savior and Lord. (See Luke 10:20). Now, what can be more cool than that?
Photos: NASA and ESA, JPL-Caltech, IRAM
An apology due to Native Americans
Mr. Logan's plan for success in class:
"For I know the thoughts that I think toward you, says the LORD, thoughts of peace and not of evil, to give you a future and a hope."
"I can do all things through Christ who gives me strength."
God bless, and have a great year!
Does natural always mean "Good for you"?
What's the point? Saying, "But, it's natural!" is a worthless argument for putting just anything "natural" into your body. Ever hear that argument used for justifying "natural" drugs like alcohol and marijuana?
Follow-up on the Ham - Nye Debate
Online Math Flashcards