Cutting Grips

There's only a tiny selection of short grips on the market suitable for the typical children's bike. Broaden your choices by cleanly cutting down normal-length grips to accommodate grip shifters or a narrow handlebars having limited grip area.

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All-Season Tires Aren't

How many wrecks have been caused by the tire industry's insistence upon the term "all-season" for tires that are terrible in winter and merely adequate during spring, summer, and fall? If you live where it's cold enough to own a pair of gloves during winter, then consider investing in a good set of winter rubber for your car. You'll thank me later. 

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Lesson in Simplicity

Recent experience with a high-efficiency washing machine brings the reminder that the simpler approach is often the more effective. It's a lesson that begins in the laundry but with application in many domains from bicycles to computers to software to automobiles. 

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Not Just A Theory

Good scientific theory usually derives from careful observation of the facts along with application of The Scientific Method. The Theory of Evolution is an odd exception, being well-accepted while resting upon a foundation of lies and deception. 

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CreationJonathan Gennick
No Steak for Breakfast

Third from a collection of letters written by my father while in Europe during World War II. He's pretty happy to have central heating where he's stationed, but misses home cooking and seems to differ with the English over the definition of "food". 

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Terminal Hell

Sinners roasting over an open fire? Forever? Paul G. Humber's book Terminal Hell - Eternal Paradise demolishes the wrongly-adopted teaching of eternally-burning hellfire, showing clearly that God is just and His punishments are measured and proportional.

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TheologyJonathan Gennick
Gizmodo Explodo

I respond to an infographic promoted recently by the blog Gizmodo on the "top five misconceptions about evolution according to science". In fact, it is the creationist side who gets the science right. The infographic is an example of the sort of false claims to which creationists are too often subjected. 

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God's Word is True!

"Why can we trust scripture?" That question was put recently by a reader in a comment made on a blog post written by an acquaintance of mine. What an important question! Eternity hangs in the balance. I answered from my own testimony, and share my answer here as well. 

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CreationJonathan Gennick
Historical Science

Secularists deny the concept of historical science all the time. There really is such a thing, and you know it under the more common name of forensic science. FOX19's Meteorologist Steve Horstmeyer denies the concept in an opinion piece written just after the recent Ken Ham and Bill Nye debate. Yet a recent ABC Science article puts paid to Horstmeyer's main argument. Newton's Law of Universal Gravitation does indeed help in discovering exoplanets, yet the application of that well-understood law is still subject to human assumptions that can sometimes be wrong.

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CreationJonathan Gennick