Saturday, May 21, 2016


When was the last time you heard YOLO (You Only Live Once)?  Or maybe BOGO  (Buy One, Get One)?  Here are a few more interesting expressions:

ARML = Age Related Memory Loss
ICYMI = In Case You Missed It
INO = I know
FOMO = Fear Of Missing Out
ZNO = Zeno (~d. 430 BC, philosopher)
FROYO = Frozen Yogurt
ROLO = candy
FIDO = Forget It, Drive On! (made famous by Zig Ziglar)
Stephen Jay Gould proposed the concept of Non-Overlapping MAgisteria (NOMA).  I have an alternative, MOMO (Multiple Overlapping Magisterial Overseers).  Consider the key leaders of Biology, Archaeology, History and so on.  They overwhelming favor Old Earth Fallacies (OEF).  In 1926, a committee of the National Research Council put their stamp of approval on radiometric dating.  Arthur Holmes, leader in the push for radiometric dating, wrote most of the report. [1]
Have you heard of MOYO (Millions Of Years Old) or BOYO (Billions Of Years Old)?  Our book YES- Young Earth Science counters the  MOYO/BOYO coalition.  If you've read the book, your feedback (Pro or Con) is most welcome:

If you are interested in opening a FroyoWorld franchise, it may cost you as much as $305K to $470K.  The very next time you're on I-20 be sure to visit Froyo's and More in Big Spring, TX (just East of Midland/Odessa).  It's grrreat‼


1) YES - Young Earth Science by Jay Hall (IDEAS, Big Spring, TX, 2014), p. 50.