"The holy scriptures represent mankind’s spiritual memory." - Neal A. Maxwell
“One and two are considered the parents of numbers, not really numbers themselves. And they give birth to the digits three through nine, in other words, trinity to the trinity of trinities. And with that and zero you can create […]
This is a pretty awesome video that I suggest watching full-screened. It’s a CGI time-lapse of conception to birth and it is really well done. We may think that nothing exciting is happening around, when we live in such a […]
This conference which took place on October 23, 2013, in Logan, Utah was filmed and posted here at the Academy of Temple Studies and at TempleStudy.com. First off, let me just say that I was really blown away by this conference; the […]
A fantastic short video that will help you appreciate the beautiful mathematical structure of nature. You’ll never look at a shell, flower or insect the same way again ;)
I often find myself pondering the order and organization in the cosmos and in the microscopic world. Some see coincidence, some see a divine hand; here is just another person’s perspective.
So I just recently came across a video proporting to contain audio of a slowed down track of crickets chirping. The result is quite phenomenal but you have to hear it for yourself.
This is probably one of the coolest things that I have seen online, it’s an interactive 5000 megapixel image of the entire night sky! With the 360 degree version you can look around the visible galaxy and see out into the universe, it’s a very humbling experience to say the least and a great reminder of the amazing wonder above our heads that we are oblivious to most of the time.
Two is probably one of the most amazing numbers when you consider all that it is connected to. This number is connected to some of the most important doctrines and principles like creation, opposition, witnesses and more!
This is an amazing video of the inner workings of a cell. The complexity is astounding and the people who put the video together really did a great job of showing these processes in action.