I admit it. When I was a younger boy, uh, man, I used to believe all sorts of things that I don’t particularly believe now. Let’s not get into details. (Monday I talked about one example.)
Now, I pride myself on my skepticism. Still, some things are just difficult to explain or maybe just weird. Stonehenge is a classic case. Those images that appear on the occasional tortilla are another.
How did those Druids move those giant stones hundreds of miles? How did they pick them up and set them upright? Could they levitate? Did aliens help? No, as it turns out it probably was just some clever people. I hate it when that happens.
Does that mean Ezekiel did not see a UFO?
This video is cool, but if you really want to do some thinkin’ and figurin’ go to Richard Dawkins’s site and watch the video on the creation of his “Foundation for Reason and Science.” “The enlightenment is under threat,” writes Dawkins. “So is reason. So is truth. So is science, especially in the schools of America.”