Once upon a time there was an explosion in a junkyard.
It all started with increasing nitrogen gases expelled from overheating debris in the hot summer sun.
It was epic! One of a kind! Never to be duplicated!
I can’t prove it, so just trust me, it was the PERFECT storm to create such a powerful explosion!
Before the explosion, the dump yard was just a myriad of junk, heaps and mounds of waste.
But under those perfect conditions, the junkyard blew up! Sky high. Blew up!
Trash went everywhere!
As amazing as it sounds, after the explosion, the chaos in the dump landed in extreme organization. It was unbelievable!
In one pile was organic matter, like apple cores, banana peels and coffee grounds.
Another pile sorted itself into all of the plastic wrappers, milk jugs and a host of empty water bottles.
Paper products, like newspapers, used napkins and cardboard boxes fell into nice stacks. Scrap metal, aluminum and tin cans ended up in another sorted pile.
All of the glass was in a neat mound. Old shoes and torn clothing were in a separate pile, and the disposable diapers….oh mercy sakes, the diapers! They were a huge mountain of smelly, nastiness!
It was incredible, unbelievable really, in every sense of the word!
The most mind blowing thing though was that slap dab, right in the middle of the junkyard, there was a brand new, perfectly functioning iPhone. Pieces and parts came together to create the phone in the explosion!
And it wasn’t just any iPhone! It was purple. The superfast 5G, Apple iPHone 12! The one with a A14 Bionic chip, the fastest chip in any smartphone! What’s more, the screen had an edge to edge OLED display, and even a pro camera system for next-level low-light photography!
The perfectly designed and functioning cell phone resulting from the explosion, then squeezed itself into two iPhones! Those two phones had a Mini-iPhone 12 that over time, grew into a regular size iPhone!
And it changed history forever! In fact, because of the junkyard explosion, we didn’t need Alexander Graham Bell to invent the first telephone. We already had a more advanced cell phone.
Thomas Edison’s services were no longer required to figure out the power of electricity to charge it, and poor Steve Jobs! Well he died a pauper because he never got to invent the iPhone. It just evolved into all that it is today after the “big junkyard explosion”!
Am I a moron for thinking this is how my cell phone came to be? I mean, no intelligent, thinking person could possibly believe that line of malarkey, right?
Here’s a quote that’s posted right now on the United States National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) website.
“The Big Bang Model is a broadly accepted theory for the origin and evolution of our universe. It postulates that 12 to 14 billion years ago, the portion of the universe we can see today was only a few millimeters across. It has since expanded from this hot dense state into the vast and much cooler cosmos we currently inhabit.”
Wonder about that? Here’s the web address of the quote: https://map.gsfc.nasa.gov/universe/bb_theory.html
Take a look at your cell phone.
Using the same logic as NASA, your cell phone could have come about by chance, and would have developed to be better, newer over time, not deteriorate and quickly wear out in a couple of years like it does now.
Honestly, I’m small of faith.
This may sound backwards, but it takes a huge, an enormous amount of “faith” to believe the big bang theory and evolution.
You have to believe, by faith, in million upon millions of “little” miracles that randomly and perfectly, got better and better after the junkyard explosion to “evolve” into my cell phone.
It takes far less faith to believe in one giant miracle, God.
Believing in one giant miracle, God, makes our earth and galaxy, plants and animals, our life itself, it makes it all have a whole lot more purposeful sense!
Just thinking. That’s all.
6 thoughts on “Junkyard Explosion”
Totally agree Jeff.
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My all-time favorite bumper sticker: I believe in the Big Bang Theory. God said, “Let there be light.” BANG! There was light.
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Great bumper sticker!!!
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Betty White would roll her eyes if she was asked to remember the Big Bang . Anyway the Big Bang is just a TV show not a genuine theory of evolution and creating.🤣 We know how it all started. In the beginning there was the Word. I enjoyed this post Jeff. Clever one!
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Lol…google Big Bang now and the TV show comes up first! And thank you!