Andrew Pell

Nullius in Verba (Take nothing in authority) – Motto of the Royal Society
Poetry and Music by Andrew Pell

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Nullius in Verba (Take nothing in authority) – Motto of the Royal Society
Poetry and Music by Andrew Pell

We all value data that is definable and measurable;

The tests and results need to be verifiable and tangible.

It is a combination of all practical and theoretical premises.

The results at times can be invasive and evasive.

How can we quantify the unknown without a set formula?

Science needs empirical proof to verify the data.

Science owes a lot to men and women with vision;

Mankind has been the benefactors of their skills and precision.

Some may argue that God cannot be proved.

Some Educational institutions would like God removed.

How can we as finite beings understand the infinite?

Does God need to provide evidence for us to define and delineate?

The proof is in the paleontology of the earth and cosmology of space.

The earth and heavens exist because of Gods consciousness and grace.

Man has only been on earth for a small amount of time.

We are only a part of God’s grand design.

Proof can be found in the air we breathe and the stars above.

This can only be the handiwork of a God of infinite intelligence and love.

The motto should be “Take God as the ultimate authority”.

The physics and motion of the universe should never be taken lightly.

“Deus est auctorita”

© Andrew Pell 12/06/11