Dean.Kiwi — Dean Edridge's personal website

Here are a few things about me

I follow the most high, and his son (; however, I do not identify as a Christian, for a number of reasons). I ❤️ everyone (see: John 13:34). I'm a truthseeker; a Kiwi (a name for a New Zealander), and I'm also a Geocentrist. I am Pro Life, because humans are still humans, regardless of their size or location; and yes, humans are special. I am also Vegan (and a wannabe Fruitarian-Vegan).

I strongly oppose the Satan-Jesuit-Vatican-led New World Order (but I have nothing against the individual Roman Catholic people that know nothing of what is going on or has gone on.)

I am interested in: Truth, Scripture, Family, Organics, Nutrition, Science, Philosophy, and the Web. I am also interested in User Experience (UX).

I am a big supporter of open standards, as well as opensource software. (I ❤️ Mozilla, BTW.) I support the WHATWG and the very important Web Standards work they have worked on and continue to work on. I oppose the arrogant, deceitful, and self-serving, W3C. I object to the W3C's very existence and hope to one day see the W3C close down. This could possibly happen if people ceased to supply them with technologies and in stead took their ideas and technologies to standards organizations that care about the web like the WHATWG or possibly the IETF, (although, I do acknowledge that there are some good people that work at the W3C).


The earth and universe are reasonably young

I'm a Young-earth-Creationist, (although I myself suspect the universe and earth are ~7,500 years old, not ~6,000 years (in fact I think you'll find that the ~6,000 year figure that people come to is a result of the early alteration of ancient genealogical records. The Septuagint Bible and other ancient texts support the age of the earth to be around 7,500 years)).

Some facts and history: the earth was made first, then the universe around it. The earth is a motionless sphere situated at the center of the universe. The universe, also a sphere, was, as mentioned, made later, and rotates around the earth on a daily basis; a sphere within a sphere.

I believe the reason that many believe the universe and earth to be billions of years old, is due to misunderstandings surrounding the nature of light, especially light-speed; and also, the assumption that space is a vacuum (yes, the ether exists!); and the assumption that earth is orbiting the sun and spinning on its axis, which it in fact does not.


Here is an excellent movie that I recommend all see: it's called "The Principle" and I'm predicting that it will revolutionize the way we look at the Universe; and science in general. Below are two of the trailers for the film, introduced with a few paragraphs from the makers of the film.

"The Principle" Movie Trailer

Everyone knows that the ancient idea of Earth in the center of the universe is a ridiculous holdover from a superstitious age, right? Modern science has proven that we are nothing special! We inhabit, in Carl Sagan's words, "....an insignificant planet of a humdrum star lost in a galaxy tucked away in some forgotten corner of a universe in which there are far more galaxies than people."
Well....prepare to be shocked!
"The Principle", destined to become one of the most controversial films of our time, brings before the public eye astonishing results from recent large-scale surveys of our universe- surveys which disclose unexpected evidence of a preferred direction in the cosmos, aligned with our supposedly insignificant Earth.

Set for theatrical release in Spring 2014, "The Principle" includes narration by Kate Mulgrew ("Star Trek Voyager", "Orange Is The New Black", and "Ryan's Hope"), stunning animations by BUF Compagnie Paris ("Life of Pi", "Thor"), and commentary from prominent scientists including George Ellis, Michio Kaku, Julian Barbour, Lawrence Krauss, and Max Tegmark.

Tracing the development of cosmology from its inception (Stonehenge, the Great Pyramid at Giza), through the great revolution of Copernicus, to the astonishing new discoveries of Earth-oriented alignments in the largest structures of our visible universe, "The Principle" leads us face-to-face with the question, and the challenge- what does this mean for the future of mankind?

"The Principle" Movie Trailer 2015

“The Principle”, brings to light new scientific observations challenging the Copernican Principle. The film brings before the public eye astonishing results from recent large-scale surveys of our Universe which disclose surprising evidence of a preferred direction in the cosmos, aligned with our supposedly insignificant Earth. The film explores from all sides the question of Earth’s station in the universe and whether it could, in fact, have a unique importance.”

“The Principle” features narration by Kate Mulgrew (“Star Trek Voyager”, “Orange Is The New Black”, and “Ryan’s Hope”), stunning animations by BUF Compagnie Paris (“Life of Pi”, “Thor”), and commentary from the most prominent scientists of our time, including George Ellis, Michio Kaku, Julian Barbour, Lawrence Krauss, and Max Tegmark.

Interviews with leading cosmologists are interspersed with the views of dissidents and mavericks, bringing into sharp focus the implications of an alternative explanation for our place in the universe.

These shocking new discoveries of Earth-oriented alignments in our visible cosmos bring us face-to-face with the challenging question … what does this mean for the soul and the future of humankind?


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