Offering a file by BitTorrent

Colin Brace cb at
Tue Jan 23 23:29:15 UTC 2007

On 1/23/07, Brian Fahrlander <brian at> wrote:

> The movies are 24, 15-minute lectures showing the scientific
> check-ability of the Bible. It's stunning. Like how, while it doesn't
> detail the creation of animals, it does list the development of plants,
> and matches the fossil record. There are dozens more. It's called "Does
> God Exist" by John Clayton, and is freely available, including at it's
> site,

OK, what about the Grand Canyon? From the website:


So how long did it take to produce the Canyon? No one can answer that
question--just as no one can tell you the date of Genesis 1:1. Only
those willing to add to the Word of God will give a date. Many
denominational creationists will do this to defend their man-made
creeds and traditions, but I would suggest that this is a dangerous
thing to do. ".If any man shall add unto these things, God shall add
unto him the plagues that are written in this book. And if any man
shall take away from the words of the book of this prophecy, God shall
take away his part out of the book of life, and out of the holy city,
and from the things which are written in this book (Revelation

What we see in the Grand Canyon is an incredible testimony to the
power, patience, wisdom, and design of God. In His creation of the
earth, God has produced the elements He knew man would need to survive
on the earth, and He has engineered a planet that processes and
redistributes these materials in such a way that they are always
available to man. The Canyon allows us to see how the insides of this
great machine we call Earth works, and what we need to do to "take
care of the Garden, dress it, and keep it." Genesis 1:1 tells us God
created it, not how or when or how it works; but God has given man a
curiosity and an intellect so that we can meet our physical needs. He
has also provided for our spiritual needs.


lol - no "scientific check-ability" here, just a bunch of
pseudo-rational, anthropocentric clap-trap, preaching to/for the

> I'd like some meta-help on the issue; has anyone here offered
> something by BT, as a daemon?

All you need to do is create a .torrent file using a torrent client
like bt-download, ktorrent, or azureus, post the torrent file to
tracker site like mininova, and leave the client running in the
background. It doesn't need to be any more complicated than that.

Hardly a "black art" unless of course you see the hand of the Devil in

  Colin Brace

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