Created a fun little pop culture exercise to help people understand the basics of signal synthesis and triangulation tracing as a way to peel apart strata within texts and detect anachronisms from later strata that have been baked into earlier strata.Read More »
This LODLIB details and expounds a set of 10 new scientific hypotheses and related Socratic questions related to the scientific discovery and restoration of the First Gospel (Qn).
Hypothesis 1. The movement of Joshua of Nazareth started between 34 CE and 37 CE (not 27-30 CE as almost all scholars currently think).
Hypothesis 2. The co-leader and chief patron of the Joshua Movement was Miryam, who was originally the leader of an entourage of women supporting John the Baptist, but who transferred her allegiance to Joshua after John was imprisoned.Read More »
Blog post located at LODLIB-3 at base station DOI: https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3973028
One of the coolest parts about being a Librarian and Information Scientist is to meet and talk with fascinating people working on the cutting edge of tech. A few months ago, I had the privilege of meeting with teams from Google Scholar and ORCID to talk about Linked Open Data integrations.
Something a Google Scholar team member said stuck…Read More »
Vinzent chalks up the development of the canonical Gospels as a response to Marcion, and there is a lot of truth in that view. While most scholars see Vinzent’s work as completely untenable and out of the mainstream, I find it to be enormously valuable as giving us half of the story. My discovery of the First Gospel and reconstruction of the Third Gospel (Early Luke or the Gospel of Marcion) builds on the consensus scholarly view that Mark was the first (or second, if you count Q) Gospel composed and yet still provides the means to reconcile it with Vinzent’s view that the Gospel of Mark reflects a clear, late redactional program that may well be anti-Marcionite.Read More »
Again, as a courtesy to readers, I distill down the highlights from my findings about the Gospel of Marcion (GMarc), the third major Gospel compilation created and popularized in the Jesus tradition. Building on the initial 135 page elaboration of my ten Socratic assumptions and five theses about the Gospel of Marcion, followed by 225 pages of proofs of my five scientifically testable hypotheses, I am continuing to reconstruct the text of GMarc and Qn (the First Gospel) carefully each day.Read More »
Even the antique Humanist and Statesman Cicero could see in his dreams that the heavenly bodies sing with cosmic music. Humans are evolved Big Brains, everyone a potential Humanist-Scientist, born to intuit deep truths of the universe even in our dreams if need be. Homo sapiens scientia.
A generous quotation follows. I encourage you to relish each word.Read More »
Stars are cosmic signal broadcast stations from deep space.
Ancient human texts are paper-based broadcast stations from deep history.
I’m verklempt. Please talk amongst yourselves.
[All of the above should be read in the uniquely Yiddish accent of Mike Myers in his persona as the female host of Coffee Talk.]