About the Trutherator

Trutherator because one of the most important things to me was always to get at the truth of a matter, especially the most important matters. That means breaking out the assumptions, presumptions, deductive and inductive inferences. This means get it more transparent, get to its semantic components, and reach a safer conclusion or probability from there.

Things will appear on these pages as they get written. If you’re tired of the mundane, the same old thing all the time, then stick around and come back.

Because science, culture, prophecy, history and general areas of the like are where I spend my mind a lot, that’s where a lot will show up. I generally view things from a Biblical perspective, but that involves copious and generous helpings of mind-blowing detail.

Like Newton’s calculus, laws of gravity, and laws of motion. Like the octopus at the zoo that figured out how to shoot out the annoying light with a stream of water, and juggles the clams in its aquarium to kill the boredom.

Learn Creation, get to know the Creator…

–trutherator

(aka Alan)

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6 Responses to “About the Trutherator”

  1. Steven Foster Says:

    Enjoy your blog–could use a first rate mind to assist in two projects that could revolutionize the North Coast within five years.

    #1) Salvaging the underwater mahogany and other tropical hardwwods abandoned and forgotten in the mud and muck of creeks, rivers, lagoons–particularly abundant from the laguna Guiamoreto-Trujillo to points east as far as the Rio coco hundreds of million board feet lie in suspended/low oxygen environment suspension–Orange gold–and can employ hundreds of divers and thousands of millers,craftmen,artisans, woodworkers

    #2) Trujillo Bay is indeed the Fort Knox of the nation. From 1525 until 1643 the gold of Olancho and the silver of Comayagua and Tegucigalpa left aboard the ‘Honduras’ fleet to meet with the Terra Firme fleet from Panama/Cartagena and the Mexican fleet from Veracruz.
    In 2001 I commissioned an archivist–Claudio Bonifacio–(google him) at the archives of Seville–He found thirteen galleons or naos in only two weeks of searching.

    Most of the vessels were fully loaded–but sank at anchor or in one or another calamity over the 118 year period before shipments moved to the better defended location at Omoa.

    These vessels sank in the deep caldera of the old volcano that is trujillo bay and have been subsequently entombed by the soils and sands,rocks, gravel, bottles and debris discharged by the Rio Cristales and Rio Negro which bracket the anchoring roadstead immediately to the front/North of the fortaleza santa barbara..

    More than 7 billion dollars of bullion awaits recovery and more importantly from a historians point of view–the best preserved examples of Iberian shipbuilding lie suspended in a cool thermocline of fresh water lens below the relatively lighter salt water. What a water/SCUBA park–While the gold can be located quickly and secured, the longer term excavations may take a decade or more–

    Roatan’s cruise port is less than 40nm from Trujillo bay–An old Fort, beaches, bars, Spanish galleons, easy transit, FGarifuna markets and villages nearby –Trujillo would be primed for an economic boom

    Reason is the only oracle given me by God. Truth walks well and even runs while a lie is getting its laces tied–I have presented this information time and again to governments of both parties—but inertia seems to rule the day–Can you help open the eyes of the blind?

  2. ReadersHeaven Says:

    Hi, nice to meet you !

  3. Auricolari Bluetooth Nokia Says:

    Hmm it seems like your website ate my first comment (it was extremely long) so I guess I’ll just sum it up what I had written and say, I’m thoroughly enjoying your blog. I too am an aspiring blog blogger but I’m still new to everything. Do you have any tips and hints for rookie blog writers? I’d genuinely appreciate it.

  4. walthe310 Says:

    Spelling is important. If you can’t spell, no one will take you seriously. Witness all the TEA Party signs.

  5. trutherator Says:

    If that’s the worst you got, a couple of misspelled signs from tea party rallies, well, go figure.. You should see some of the hilariously insane signs in New York Occupy streets these days. At least the original Ron Paul tea partiers can do math, and they know what a deficit is… But we are pretty much all against the wars…

  6. uldissprogis Says:

    My blog writes the truth on very many subjects from a logical and sometimes scientific point of view as appropriate. Best wishes. Uldis

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