Why can’t we see God?-A scientific explanation

19 10 2006

The string theory just offered a completely new concept about our universe. After I read an article on string theory, I was thrilled. This must be it! God must be there! He could be only a centimeter away from us without being detected. Physicists have discovered the mechanism that prevents us from seeing the Kingdom of God!The string theory has been developed for several decades, with a goal to become “the theory of everything”, that is, to unify all four fundamental forces – gravity, electromagnetism, strong and weak nuclear forces. A revolutionary discovery of the theory is that the whole universe should have nine or ten dimensions of space, instead of three dimensions (length, width and height). Then, why do we see only three dimensions? In the earlier version of the string theory, it was assumed that those extra dimensions were too small to be observed. Thus, the whole universe is essentially the same as the 3D world. If this were true, there would be no place for God. Fortunately, a few years before 2000, researchers began to realize that those extra dimensions could be as large as the ordinary three dimensions. The reason why we cannot see extra dimensions is because all matter and electromagnetic waves (photons) are confined in a three dimensional sub-universe called “braneworld“.

At present, the major messenger we use to see or detect things is the electromagnetic waves which include radio waves, microwaves, infrared, visible light, ultraviolet, and x-ray. Since the electromagnetic waves are confined in our braneworld, this immediately explains why we cannot detect God if He lives outside our braneworld. The relationship between our braneworld (three dimensional) and the whole universe (ten dimensional) is like a TV screen (two dimensional) in our house (three dimensional). Suppose there is a creature confined on the TV screen, he cannot see us even if we are only a centimeter away from him. Similarly, if God lives in the ten dimensional space but outside our braneworld, we cannot see Him even if He is only a centimeter away from us.

What is the mechanism that confines matter and photons in our braneworld?

We know that all matter in our world is composed of atoms. An atom consists of a nucleus surrounded by electrons. A nucleus contains protons and neutrons, which are made up of quarks. The electron and quarks are elementary particles which cannot be divided further. In addition to the elementary particles that constitute matter, there is another type of elementary particles that mediate the fundamental force between matter particles. For example, the electromagnetic force is mediated by photon, the gravity is mediated by graviton. You may have learned that the magnetic force is mediated by the magnetic field. Similarly, you can say that the electromagnetic force is mediated by the electromagnetic field. In quantum physics, a “field” can also be viewed (“quantized”) as a particle. The photon is the particle name of the electromagnetic field. The graviton is the particle name of the gravitational field. A field may also be static (like a magnetic field) or dynamic (such as the electromagnetic waves).

According to the string theory, an elementary particle can be considered as a “string” with extremely short length. All properties (mass, energy, etc.) of an elementary particle are inherent in the string’s vibrational patterns. The particle string is analogous to a violin string whose vibrations produce various music notes. Similarly, different vibrational patterns of a particle string give rise to different properties. The vibrational patterns depend on the endpoints of the string. The particle string can be either “open” (with two endpoints, like a violin string) or “closed” (no endpoints, like a ring). In contrast to a violin string whose endpoints are fixed on a wooden board, the endpoints of a particle string are fixed in a “brane” (as in membrane), which is a space with two, three, or more dimensions. Since its endpoints are fixed, the open-string particle cannot escape from the brane. However, the closed-string particle can go anywhere because it has no endpoints to be fixed. Mathematically, different endpoints have different boundary conditions that are used in solving the equations for the vibrational patterns.

The properties of elementary particles in our world are known from experiments. The vibrational patterns of a particle string can be obtained by solving the fundamental equation in the string theory with appropriate boundary conditions (corresponding to endpoints). It has been found that, in order to match particle properties with vibrational patterns, the graviton must be a closed string, while all other particles must be an open string with endpoints fixed in a three-dimensional brane. This predicts that all matter and photons must be trapped in a three-dimensional braneworld. The only thing that can escape from the braneworld is the graviton.

What about the Kingdom of God in the higher dimensional space (the “bulk universe”)? Their matter is likely to be made of the elementary particles with closed string, thereby free to go anywhere. Their particles must not have any charge that interacts with photons, because the photon is an open-string particle which is unique to our braneworld. The electromagnetic waves (photons) will pass through their matter without being reflected at all. Therefore, even if their matter (including life) enters into our braneworld, it still cannot be detected by electromagnetic waves.

All our matter particles can interact with the graviton, which is a closed string. It is very likely that the matter in the Kingdom of God can also interact with the graviton. Hence, in principle, God could be detected by gravitational waves (gravitons). However, the gravitational waves are extremely weak. Physicists have not been able to generate detectable gravitational waves yet. In the future, when we have better scientific knowledge and technology, we may be able to prove the existence of God by using gravitational waves to detect Him directly.


That crazy guy!!!

9 10 2006

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God loves everyone, so a Christian should, too. In fact, Jesus said that the most important thing in life is to love God with everything we’ve got and love others the same way. But it’s not always easy to love everyone around us, is it? Sometimes we strongly disagree with other people’s political views, religious beliefs, behaviors, or something else, and it makes it hard to love them when we feel like we’re right and they’re very wrong. But Jesus doesn’t separate loving God and loving others. So maybe the best way for us to show our love for God is actually by loving other people no matter how hard it sometimes is. Maybe it’s the only way.

So I’m going to see a footy game with some old friends right, and up ahead on the sidewalk there’s this guy, and he’s got one of those big massive Bullhorns and yelling all this stuff and first I can’t hear what he’s saying but as I get closer I hear the words “Sin” and “Burn”, “Hell”, “Repent” and then…I hear the word “Jesus”. And, this, this guy he’s got all these pamphlets and he’s quoting these bible verses about anger and wrath of God and how if I don’t repent I’m going to pay for it for eternity and how I might die tonight, I might die at this very moment and this might be my only chance and I might spend ever in misery as I burn in hell.

And no one is stopping to hear more. And no one wants any of his pamphlets.

So I want to talk to the Bullhorn guy:

Bullhorn guy, I don’t think it’s working. All the yelling and the judgment and condemnation, I don’t think it’s working. I, actually, think it’s making things worse. I don’t think it’s what Jesus had in mind. And see, see Bullhorn guy, it’s confusing for my friends and I because some are Christian and some are not. But we just don’t get it, we just don’t understand were all the condemning and all the converting, we don’t understand what it has to do with Jesus’s message. And, to be honest it’s confusing for me because you and I get painted with the same brush. I mean didn’t Jesus say that he came to save not to condemn. Like that story in the bible in the book of John where that women is caught for stealing and the religious leaders like drag her in front of Jesus and they have essentially condemned her to die and What does Jesus say to her. He says “I don’t condemn you”. I mean, that’s why so many of us are fascinated with Jesus because he never stops insisting that GOD REALLY, REALLY LOVES US, exactly how we are, who we are. I mean, isn’t that what draws you to him. It what draws me. And all I can figure out Bullhorn guy is that you think you giving people the good news, but the problem is it doesn’t come across that way. It doesn’t appear very loving. And when the Jesus is asked what’s the most important thing , Jesus’s response is to love God everything you have and then love those who are around you in the same kind of way.

Jesus doesn’t separate loving god and loving others. For Jesus everything hangs on these two. So the defining mark of a Christian is basically……….love. Like this writer John in the bible writes a series a letters to some of the first Christians and in one of them he says this:

He says “If you say that you love God and you don’t love the people around you, Then you are lier”. It’s almost as if John says that “How you love others, that’s how you love God”.There’s a great passage in the bible, this one writer “I can say all these things but If I don’t have love, then I’m like GONG or a clanging symbol. And you see Bullhorn guy, this is why all the yelling and the bullhorn are so disturbing to us. Because it just seems like your trying to convert people to your religion. Like they are notches on some sort of spiritual bell but they are not. They are people. They’re people that God loves. They’re people that Jesus wants us……… to love. They aren’t statistics, they aren’t numbers, they aren’t possible conversions. I mean, if…, If I’m loving somebody with an agenda then it isn’t really love, is it. Because God loves everybody. Any movement that isn’t of love it isn’t of God. I mean any movement of hate or marginalisation or oppresses, ANYBODY, ANYWHERE, no matter what it says or what’s in it’s name. Jesus doesn’t want any part of it. So a Christian, somebody who understands this, who understands that people’s different perspectives and different religious believes and convictions. They are to be loved and respected because they are made by God and they are sacred and are valuable and they matter. God loves the world, so Christian does to.

And it doesn’t mean that they have to agree with everybody, like they can’t have a spine or something. I mean we speak our minds and we take action against the things that we think are wrong but we do it with love and respect.

Because Jesus said to love everybody, including your enemies. And, and when we love our enemies, something powerful happens doesn’t. Something transforming, something that can’t be denied. It’s like we have an internal compass that tells us what love is, don’t we. We know when we see it. I mean Love wins. We just know when someone doing something out of love. See, God loves everybody, you, me, and God loves those who think that doesn’t exist and some people think that God only loves them and God loves them too. And some people think they are right and others are wrong and GOD LOVES THEM TOO. God loves everybody. Like the writes James says in the bible “God shows no Favoritism”.

And see, Bullhorn guy, there is so much that you can do, that we can do to help, there so much good that we can do to help. I mean there is so many people that just need someone to listen, not to preach to them and not to try to convert them but just to listen, to listen to their story and listen to their pain and to listen to their dreams. And then there is so many people who have such basic needs like food and clothing and shelter and medicine and we have the resources to help them and didn’t Jesus say that when we do that, when we look out for each other, he is there in some sort of mysterious way. I mean, how we love others is how we love God.

And see Bullhorn guy, that’s why the hellfire and the condemning stuff are so dangerous. When you tell me that I should follow Jesus so that I don’t burn in hell for ever, it…, it sounds like a threat. As if, like you scare people enough they magically all of a sudden decide to love God and follow Jesus. But that isn’t what Jesus did. Jesus went around INVITING people into the best possible kind of life, I mean at one point he even said “I come that you can have life and have it to the fullest.

We just don’t find Jesus waving heaven in front of people like a carrot on a stick.

So Bullhorn guy, I’m asking you in love, on behalf of all of us. Please put the bullhorn down. I’m tired of it, everybody is tired of it, I think……, I think that Jesus is tired of it.

But maybe (Yes, you reading this) you are a Christian sitting there nodding and agreeing with me and saying yeah you tell him, it’s about time somebody…said that. But what are you doing to change the perception because that’s what it is. It’s a perception between many that being a Christian is LAME, When you ask a lot of people what’s it mean to be a Christian and they give you a long list of things that have nothing to do with following Jesus. Even say the name Christian and for a lot of people it instantly drags up negative stereotypes, adjectives and images. I mean my question is this, how did the best message ever, this beautiful life of love and hope and peace, How did it ever get turned into something else? I mean, HOW DID SO FEW END UP SPEAKING FOR SO MANY?

See there is massive numbers of us, all over the place, who are serious about following Jesus, who actually believe him when he said that he came to give us life and life to the fullest. We want the best possible life here and now, the kind that goes on for ever. The Jesus invites us too. And so we are pursuing it, we’re learning how to live it and we’re learning how to love people. Not because we’re trying to get them into our little clubs and not because we want everybody to be the same but because this is what JESUS TEACHES US TO DO (Madison).

So may you see that how you love others IS how you love God. That’s it. That’s the way of love. That’s the way of Jesus.

He believes in you!

6 10 2006

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Believing in God is important, but what about God believing in us?

Believing that we can actually be the kind of people we were meant to be. People of love, compassion, peace, forgiveness, and hope. People who try to do the right thing all of the time. Who act on the endless opportunities around us every day for good, beauty, and truth. It’s easy for us to sometimes get down on ourselves. To feel “not good enough” or feel like we don’t have what it takes. But maybe if we had more insight into the culture that Jesus grew up in and some of the radical things he did, we’d understand the faith that God has in all of us.

I want to be the kind of person who does the right things, and I don’t mean the big things only but also the small things, the subtle ones and the ones that no one is watching, because it’s so easy to let those small things slip away and it’s those endless choices that we make everyday that shape us on who we are, but this started to change for me recently because I’ve started to believe things about myself. A friend gave me an insight about the story of Jesus and his disciples that I have heard before but it has taken a whole different meaning.

Let me just tell you a bit:

Jesus’s disciples are on a boat and it’s middle of a night and they are trying to cross get across a lake and the wind is blowing and its getting really choppy and Jesus comes walking out to them on the water. Now they think he’s a ghost, so they are like “Jesus it it you” and Jesus replies “Yes”. And one of them, Peter, gets out of the boat and starts walking on the water towards Jesus.

What is peter thinking? and Why does he, he believe that he can walk on water?

Now what I’ve come to realise is the story makes way more sense if you understand the background. Jesus is a Jewish rabbi with Jewish Disciples living a first century Jewish world. Now Jesus grew up in a region called the Gallalie and Jewish people in the Gallalie believed that god has spoken to Moses, one of their great historical leaders and given him the first five books of the Bible. They call these five books the TORA. Tora means like teaching or instructions or simply THE WAY. And so Tora was the center, the foundations of their lives and it was the focus of their educational system. And so, most Jewish boys and girls would go to the school for the first time to learn to learn the Tora, it probably be taught at the local Cynagog and be taught by a local Tora teacher who was a Rabbi.

The first level of education was called Baetsafear and lasted around until the kid is 10 years old. In Baetsafear most kid would MEMORISED the Tora and by the age of Ten would know the Tora by heart. Every single world. Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Number and Deuteronomy. MEMORISED. Now, by the end of Baetsafear which would be around 10 years of age, most kid were no longer going to school, they were learning, they were apprenticing the family trade, learning the family business, learning how to manage a household but the BEST OF THE BEST would keep going. They would continue their education into the next level, which was called Baettaelmood.

In Baettaelmood, the best of the best who were still going on, the ones with most natural ability would MEMORISE the rest of the Hebrew scriptures. Genesis through Malachi. Memorise. Now by the end of Baettaelmood, say 14-15, most kids are gone, they are learning the family trade and apprentacing. But the BEST OF THE BEST OF THE BEST would continue on to the next level of education, which was called Baetmaidrashand they would go to a Rabbi any they would apply to the Rabbi to become of the rabbi’s disciples. Now we use the word ‘Disciple’ we often mean student,but we generally mean someone who know what the teacher knows. But a disciple was something far deeper, a disciple just doesn’t want to know what the rabbi knows, Oh! no, the disciple wants to be like the rabbi and wants to do what the rabbi does.

Now every rabbi had their own set of interpretations, this was called the rabbi’s yolk. So when you apply to be one of the disciples you wanted to take one of the yolks and take it upon yourself so you can be like the RABBI. so you go to a Rabbi and you go “Rabbi, I want to be one of your disciples”, the rabbi will then grill you, ask you question about the Tora, questions about the prophets, questions upon question upon question. Because the rabbi wants to know can this kid do what I do, can this kid speak what I speak, CAN THIS KID SPREAD MY YOLK.

Does this kid have what it takes.

And so the rabbi is firing all these question and the rabbi decides that yeah this kid loves god, and can follow him but isn’t the best of the best of the best he would say “You obviously love god but you don’t have what it takes to become one of my disciples”. And so the rabbi might say “Go and continue learning your family trade” BUT if rabbi thinks this kid’s got it, this kid has what it takes to spread my word he would say “Come, follow me”. And so you would leave as this disciple, as a 14,15 year old kid, you would leave your family, your friends, your Cynagog, your village and you would devote your entire LIFE to being like your rabbi. This is what it means to be a Disciple. So a rabbi comes down right, a powerful rabbi, and he’s got his pack of disciple who are doing what the rabbi does. So the saying that was developed among the wisemen:

“May you be covered in the dust of Rabbi”.

This is scene that everyone would have seen. And all of this has huge implication for Jesus and how we understand Jesus because most rabbi’s would begin their teaching around the age of 30, and around 30 in the bible, you have Jesus walking along the shores of Gallalie and he comes across Peter and Andrew and they are fishermen and Jesus says to them “Come, follow me”. Well if their fishermen and Jesus call them to be his disciples and then uh…they aren’t following another rabbi. And if they aren’t following another rabbi then they are not the best of the best of the best. They didn’t make the cut. And the test continues: It says that once they dropped their net and FOLLOWED him, which I thought was a bit strange. Isn’t a bit odd that they just drop ’em and go. Weird in the sense that here’s Jesus walking along the beach in his white bathrobe and light blue pageant sashay, and his hair is like perfect and blow dried and everything and he say come and these guys they like robots. They go.

If you understand it in it’s original context then it start making perfect sense, i mean the rabbi’s were the most honored, respected and revered people anywhere. And the best of the best of the best of the BEST only got to become rabbis’ and this powerful rabbi comes down the beach and says to YOU “Come follow me”. Well, what is he really saying? What he really is saying that is YOU CAN DO WHAT I DO. He’s saying you can be like me. I mean, of course you would drop your nets and follow him. And the text even continues, the text says the Jesus comes across James and John and they are fishing with their fathers Zebadi. now if they are fishing with their father that mean they are apprentices, they are learning the family trade. And if he calls them to be his Disciple then there aren’t disciple of any other rabbis’. So basically, James and John, they are not good enough. They didn’t make the cut either. They aren’t the best of the best of the best. And at 15, 16, 20 at max. and Jesus choses them because his movement is for everybody. It’s for the rich and the poor, the scholars and the peasants. It’s like the movement of anybodies and he calls them the JV team, the “B” team, the “not good enoughs”.


So back to walking on the water thing, so you have a boat full of anybodies and the water is choppy and the wind is blowing and they are terrified because Jesus comes across the water to them and they think he’s a GHOST. And then peter says to Jesus “Then if it’s you tell me to come to you”. Why is this peter’s first response. Because he is a disciple, he has orientated his whole life around his Rabbi, Jesus. He has been taught to do what the Rabbi does. So what’s the first thing he does when he sees his Rabbi walking on water, I want to walk on water too. So he gets out of the boat and start WALKING towards Jesus, but halfway, he gets frightened, and he starts sinking right so he calls out “Jesus save me”. And then text reads that Jesus immediately caught him and said “You of little faith”, “Why did you doubt”. Now I always assumed that Peter doubts Jesus but Jesus ISN’T SINKING. Who does peter doubt?

He doubts himself. He loses faith in himself that he can actually be like his rabbi. I mean Jesus wouldn’t have called him if peter could be like him. He even reminds them at one point: “Wa..wa..Wait, You didn’t choose me, I chose you”. The Rabbi doesn’t choose you unless the rabbi knows that you can do what the rabbi does. All my life I’ve heard people taking about believing in God, all the time. BUT GOD BELIEVES IN US, IN YOU. I mean Faith in Jesus is important but what about Jesus…Faith in us. I mean he must have faith in us because he leaves us to spread his words, to spread his YOLK. I mean what’s the last thing Jesus says to them, “Go make more disciples”. He leaves it for the anybodies and THEY DO IT. THEY DO IT. I mean what if we can be like people the God created us to be?, What if he actually believes that? I mean what If we could be like Jesus. Jesus has faith in you that you can be like him and you can be what he wanted you to be like, He believes it.

May you believe in god. But may you come to see that God believes in you. May you have faith in Jesus. But may you come too see that Jesus has faith in you that you can be like him. A person of love and compassion and truth. A person of forgiveness, and peace, and grace and joy and hope. And may be covered in the dust of your Rabbi, Jesus.

(Congratulation, that was long, but may find the true meaning in my writing)

Mr. Fenton is no longer welcome to the Walmart

4 10 2006

Dear Mrs. Fenton,

Over the past six months, your husband, Mr. Bill Fenton has been causing
quite a commotion in our store. We cannot tolerate this type of behavior and
have considered banning the entire family from shopping in any of our stores.

We have documented all incidents on our video surveillance equipment.

Three of our clerks are attending counseling from the trouble your
husband has caused. All complaints against Mr. Fenton have been compiled
and are listed below.

Mr. Wally Underpants
President and CEO of Wal-Mart Complaint Department


Re: Mr. Bill Fenton – Complaints – 15 Things Mr. Bill Fenton has done
while his spouse is shopping:

1. June 15: Took 24 boxes of condoms and randomly put them in people’s
carts when they weren’t looking.

2. July 2: Set all the alarm clocks in Housewares to go off at 5-minute

3. July 7: Made a trail of tomato juice on the floor leading to the restrooms.

4. July 19: Walked up to an employee and told her in an official tone, ‘Code
3′ in housewares….. and watched what happened.

5. August 4: Went to the Service Desk and asked to put a bag of M&M’s on

6. September 14: Moved a ‘CAUTION – WET FLOOR’ sign to a carpeted area.

7. September 15: Set up a tent in the camping department and told other
shoppers he’d invite them in if they’ll bring pillows from the bedding

8. September 23: When a clerk asks if they can help him, he begins to cry
and asks Why can’t you people just leave me alone?’

9. October 4: Looked right into the security camera; used it as a
mirror, and picked his nose.

10. November 10: While handling guns in the hunting department, asked the
clerk if he knows where the antidepressants are.

11. December 3: Darted around the store suspiciously loudly humming the
“Mission Impossible” theme.

12. December 6: In the auto department, practiced his “Madonna look” using
different size funnels.
13. December 18: Hid in a clothing rack and when people browse through,
yelled “PICK ME!” “PICK ME!”

14. December 21: When an announcement came over the loud speaker, he assumes
the fetal position and screams “NO! NO! It’s those voices again!!!!”

(And; last, but not least!)

15. December 23: Went into a fitting room, shut the door and waited a while;
then, yelled, very loudly, “There is no toilet paper in here!”

Where did the order come from?

4 10 2006


The evolution is a process from a simple system to a more complex system with higher ordered structures. Where did the order come from? Does the second law of thermodynamics prevent the creation of order?The second law of thermodynamics states that the entropy of a closed (isolated) system can never decrease. The entropy is a parameter for disorder. More order means less entropy. However, it must be noted that the second law applies to a “closed” system. Although the entropy of a closed system never decreases, the entropy of a local system within the closed system may decrease, as long as the total entropy of the closed system does not decrease. Therefore, ordered structures can be created in a local system. For instance, water molecules may combine to form more ordered liquid water. If the second law prevents the formation of ordered structures, we would never have rain.

Ilya Prigogine was the first to elucidate the creation of order from a non-equilibrium system. In 1977, he was awarded a Nobel Prize for his contribution in this area. According to his works, order is most likely created from a closed system which is far from equilibrium. The reason is quite simple. When a closed system is in the equilibrium state, its entropy has reached a maximum value. The entropy of the closed system cannot increase further. Hence, there is no room to compensate for the entropy decrease of a local system within the closed system unless it is accompanied by an entropy increase in a neighboring local system. By contrast, if a closed system is far from equilibrium, its entropy will increase dramatically, which can compensate for a substantial entropy decrease of a local system. Thus, ordered structures are more likely to be created from a non-equilibrium state than an equilibrium state.

In the previous article: I assumed that the spirit world began with an empty space which appears to be an equilibrium state. However, because of quantum fluctuation, it is actually not an equilibrium state. As mentioned in the previous article, the quantum fluctuation may create some kind of particles from the vacuum. The particle’s energy created from the vacuum is called the vacuum energy, which is the physical basis of the cosmological constant in Einstein’s cosmological equations. The vacuum energy will produce a negative pressure which shifts the system further from an equilibrium state. Although the attractive gravitational force among particles tends to contract the space, the negative pressure has an anti-gravity effect to push the space to expand. More space will create more vacuum energy and the whole universe may deviate further and further from the equilibrium state. The creation of the far-from-equilibrium state allows ordered structures to be formed.The above model for the origin of the spirit world is quite similar to the currently popular inflation model for the origin of our braneworld. In the inflation model, the negative pressure plays a critical role for the spectacular Big Bang. The vacuum energy density was assumed to be very large, thereby exerting an enormous negative pressure. Thus, our braneworld began with a state which is extremely far from equilibrium. In order to reach an equilibrium state, our braneworld expanded rapidly, resulting in dramatic increase in entropy. This can more than compensate for the entropy decrease due to the formation of ordered structures such as galaxies, stars, planets and the life on Earth.

In contrast to the gigantic Big Bang, the spirit world might begin with a whisper. Nothing spectacular had happened. No extremely large vacuum energy density was created, because quantum fluctuation can most likely create small vacuum energy density. As a result, the space expansion of the bulk universe should be a fairly slow process. The far-from-equilibrium state was gradually built up, due to accumulation of negative pressure as the space expanded. Therefore, the anti-gravity force of the negative pressure could be the ultimate source of all order.

Is the Big Bang a natural event or God’s works? In the next article, I shall show that the recently discovered “dark energy” may provide further information about the origin of our braneworld.

Another Not an article

4 10 2006

Hey guys, Again i’ve done alot of work today on this site. On your right again and as you go down you’ll find another category: “Humour is part of life”. It just contains some light hearted jokes. If you know it share it with us: Rules: Don’t be racist, Don’t be sexist (i.e. no blonde jokes), no dead babies jokes and no bagging out God in any way jokes.

Thanx guys


We decompose, Our Jokes live on

4 10 2006

Two robbers were robbing a hotel.
The first one said, “I hear sirens. Jump!”
The second one said, “But we’re on the 13th floor!”
The first one screamed back, “This is no time to be superstitious.”

The 50-50-90 rule: Anytime you have a 50-50 chance of getting something right, there’s a 90% probability you’ll get it wrong.

Give a man a fish and he will eat for a day. Teach a man to fish and he will sit in a boat all day drinking beer.

When you go into court, you are putting yourself In the hands of 12 people who weren’t smart enough to get out of jury duty.

Those who live by the sword get shot by those who don’t.

Thanx guys.