Tuesday, September 14, 2004

Continuing in the millinerd tradition of bringing you fascinating things that other people say, I relate a story that Diogenes Allen told today:

A while back a scientist he knew named Russell Stannard was heading up some research that led to the discovery of another sub-atomic particle besides the quark, which was subsequenltly discovered and called "CHARM" (definition #7).

A woman, upon discovering that he was a successful physicist and a committed Christian, asked him how she could "find God." His response was that the U.K. has put up ten million pounds for two years to do experiments every day with just a 15% chance of finding the new particle. Seek God directly for five minutes a day for the next two years. It won't be nearly as expensive, and your chances of actually finding him will be significantly higher.