OmniScience with the UM





3 Lessons


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By Tresta Neil
About OmniScience with the UM

Science is the study of Knowledge - Truth! In this course, we begin with focusing on the importance of water in the creation.

We will also learn about the Clovis people in America and how they used specific rock and great technology. We will learn about the animals at that time and how the flood killed most of the plants and all the animals - except for the ones Noah was called to save.

We will use the Old Testament as our textbook along with the Universal Model. The year will end with learning about what Abraham taught the Egyptians and end with Euclidian Geometry and the Natural Laws he discovered.

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Academy 2021

The History of Science (Oct. 7) Science Timeline Christ, the first scientist He used science during every day of creation Abraham The next Scientist we know. He knew about Kolob, the planet rotations, etc. He taught the Egyptians Lost Truths The world began to believe that the earth was the center of the universe. Euclid Discovered geometric laws Archimedes Discovered the law of buoyancy Discovered the law of simple machines Aristotle Introduced a new way of thinking - philosophy Copernicus He challenged the accepted philosophies of the day despite the risks, h published his ideas Galileo Took Copernicus' ideas and experimented on them Discovered the law of inertia Kepler Discovered at last three laws of planetary motions Rene Descartes Discovered the Law of selection Robert Boyle Discovered Boyle's Gas Law and the relationship between pressure and gas volume Defined the element Came up with the scientific method Benjamin Franklin Discovered static electricity laws Thomas Jefferson Father of Archaeology Noah Webster Defined definitions Helped make America a leader in scientific world By exposing the common people to scientific language Antoine L. Lavoisier Discovered the law of conservation of mass Definitions Natural Laws - simply a statement of truth; a predictable effect from a stated cause. With an attitude that truth is is never to be found, there can be no certainty or prediction. Without prediction, no effect can have a cause. The pinnacle of science is to discover natural laws that predict the behavior of Nature. Universal - to be applicable to all people and all things Model - an organized representation of facts in a framework that can be demonstrated and explained Pseudotheory - a false theory taught as fact UM Model - a verifiable model that teaches fact Science - a study of demonstrated truths and natural laws that describe and explain Nature Nature - The Universe and its workings. Scientist - One who describes and explains Nature using demonstrated truths and natural laws. Purpose of Science - to describe and explain Nature so that we can understand and comprehend it. Three Scientific Eras i. Traditional Science - 1500 to 1850 Approximately 350 years where scientists emphasized experimentation and empirical evidence as opposed to ‘rational or logical’ thinking. ii. Modern Science - 1850 to Millennial Science Originated during the early nineteenth century, based on the philosophies of key figures like: Darwin - bringing human being down to the level of an animal Marx - bringing about the rise of socialism and communism Freud - building on Darwin’s “human animal’s’ Einstein - questions the very nature of reality and our own existence Modern Science is the largest instigator in the destruction of religion and would undermine humanities and social achievement - free market capitalism. Modernism reject certainty or truth by its own definition (see Modernism at Wikipedia) it rejects the knowledge of things that are, were, and will be. The rejection of certainty and truth is the hallmark of modernism and explains why modernism and modern science are incompatible with religion or a Deity that knows all things. For 150 years, modern science leaders deceived the scientific world into thinking science could discover what is true without believing in truth. iii. Millennial Science - The new science of the UM New discovered scientific truths set the stage for the next millennia of scientific discoveries The UM contains many new Natural Law discoveries and opens the door to many more. The Dark Age of Science In the 1800's these natural laws were discovered: 1800’s Law of partial pressures - John Dalton Law of definite proportions - John Dalton Charles law of gases - Joseph L. Gay-Lussac Law of definite proportions - Jons Jakob Berzelius Joule Thomson effect - James P. Joule Joule’s law - James P. Joule Law of conservation of energy - James P. Joule Heredity laws - Gregor Mendel Electromagnetism - James C. Maxwell Second law of thermodynamics - William Thomson 1900's NOTHING!!!!!!! We are currently in the dark age of Science!! :( The Dark Age of Science began with the false philosophy that there is no truth is science. Science today is ever looking - but never expecting to come to the knowledge of the truth! Why? Modern Scientist believe, "Truth is always unknowable, the only certain knowledge is that of error." What happens when you take truth out of science? Science today is ever looking - but never expecting to come to the knowledge of the truth! Newton once said he was a friend of two of the greatest thinkers of all time - Plato and Aristotle. He gave us the key to his success when he said, “…but truth is my greater friend." “A man may imagine things that are false, but he can only understand things that are true.” Newton pg. 53 The Big Picture of Modern Science THE BIG PICTURE OF MODERN Sc THEORY EVOLUTION BACTERIA CHEMICALS BIG BANG Darwin Darwin decided years before he started gathering information that there was no God. His research was trying to prove that fact. He never discovered any Natural Laws, but came up with a theory that is now taught as fact. “If I had my life to live over again, I would have made a rule to read some poetry and listen to some music at least once every week.” ― Charles Darwin, The Autobiography of Charles Darwin, 1809–82

About the Teacher

Tresta Neil

Tresta is a mother of eight darling children and many borrowed children. Her husband introduced her to the idea of homeschooling after her fourth was born and she thought he was crazy. Twenty years later she is a strong advocate for homeschooling. She is a mentor for homeschool mothers and their parenting/schooling/mental needs. Her favorite homeschool subject is symbolic math. She is the author of God Saw That It Was Good and other homeschooling books. She is the co-founder of Called to Learn, restoring and preserving Gospel culture of learning patterned after the temple, with her husband, Thom. She and her son, Izaak, have a podcast called, Gospel Theory. Her passion is teaching, writing, and telling God’s Story. If you ask her about her most embarrassing moment she will tell you a story about sitting on a cactus.

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