Not many of you should become teachers, my brothers, for you know that we who
teach will be judged with greater strictness. James 3:1


Last Days Prophecies



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In the TV series and movies, Star Trek, the propulsion system of the U.S.S. Enterprise was matter-antimatter. Physicists at the European Laboratory for Particle Physics, near Geneva, have created the first complete atoms of antimatter ever seen in nature by man. In antimatter, the electrical charges of all component particles are reversed. If an antimatter atom comes into contact with an ordinary matter atom, the two atoms destroy each other in a violent flash of energy.

But as for you, Daniel, conceal these words and seal up the book until the end of time; many will go back and forth, and knowledge will increase."

Many will go back and forth both literally and virtually. Literally using airplanes and virtually using global computer networks.

Literal movement… at MACH 2.04

Since the British and French aircraft Concorde entered scheduled service in 1976, over 3 million passengers have traveled across the Atlantic Ocean at MACH 2.04 or 1,350 mph.

Virtual movement… at the Speed of Light!

The rise of the Internet for commercial and personal use is unprecedented (21% of adults or 40 million people in 1997, up from 21.5 million in 1996). So many people have signed up for online services that telephone systems have been unable in areas to provide emergency services.

Bill Gates & Craig McCraw have created the Teledesic Corporation. The goal of this company, beginning in 2000, is to launch 3000 Volkswagen-sized low-altitude satellites to provide high speed, fiber-optic quality communications to 99% of the globe. The network supposedly will allow anyone on earth the ability to connect to the Internet and revolutionize telecommunications technology.

Bill Gates announced on October 11, 1997 that Teledisc has made an agreement with the Russian government to use converted SS20 rockets, originally designed to deliver nuclear warheads, to launch the low earth orbit satellites.

On Sunday October 30, 1998, the Washington-based company, Iridium Technology, launched communication satellites. When complete its 66-satellite global communications network will allow individuals, corportations, and the United States military services to talk using special Motorola cell phones to anyone in the world from anywhere in the world at any time. The special phones are priced at $3,000 each and connection times are charged at a rate of $6 per minute.