Saturday, March 14, 2009

If I think it's a planet then it's a planet

I've been laughing about this for the last two days:

The Illinois State Senate adopted a resolution on February 26 to return Pluto to its planet status. The legislature voted Pluto was 'unfairly downgraded' to dwarf planet status in 2006. According to the rest of the world, Pluto remains a dwarf planet. Pluto was discovered by a Streator, Ill. astronomer in 1930. Pluto Day celebrates the planet, as well as Dr. Clyde Tombaugh, on March 13. [From]

So Illinois has the audacity to go against the rest of the known world - and scientists - to say, "Nope, we think it's still a planet." Brilliant.

Isn't that all of us though at times.

Truth stares us in the face and we say..."Nah, I think it's this."
But you have all of this information and testimony pointing to the contrary? And we say..."So?"


Fools think their own way is right, but the wise listen to others.. Proverbs 12:15

Be sure to answer the foolish arguments of fools, or they will become wise in their own estimation Proverbs 26:5

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