Mouse traps and the law of Inertia

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  1. Stephen L Smith

    Stephen L Smith Moderator Staff Member

    When I got up to make a coffee this morning, I saw a mouse trap jumping accross the room. It appeared to be violating the law of Inertia [an object will remain at rest or move at a constant speed in a straight line unless it is acted on by an unbalanced force.] There was clearly no human force acting on the mouse trap. One of our cats was also wondering if the mouse trap was violating the law of Inertia. [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
  2. Cymro

    Cymro Puritan Board Junior

    You want to leave the coffee alone Steve, it’s obviously giving you a high!
     
  3. JTB.SDG

    JTB.SDG Puritan Board Sophomore

    What kind do you drink? I gotta get me some of that!!
     
  4. Stephen L Smith

    Stephen L Smith Moderator Staff Member

    Ah I cannot blame the coffee (it is the Coffee recommended by the All Blacks :) ). Perhaps it is my Irish blood. Or perhaps it is my Reformed Baptist theology that makes me want to get immersed in scientific laws :lol:
     
  5. Stephen L Smith

    Stephen L Smith Moderator Staff Member

  6. Cymro

    Cymro Puritan Board Junior

    Immerse yourself in the red coffee and perhaps you might move to paedobaptism!
     
  7. Stephen L Smith

    Stephen L Smith Moderator Staff Member

    I know I have been joking a lot in this post, but in all seriousness I am struggling with the issue of Baptism. Actually today I was thinking how I need to get my head aound it! I can see some real confessional strengths in the covenant theology of the WCF and WLC, and have been concerned about some of the trends in 1689 Federalism. So a lot to think about.
     
  8. TylerRay

    TylerRay Puritan Board Senior

    What is red coffee, exactly?
     
  9. Cymro

    Cymro Puritan Board Junior

    Been there Steve, and it was a struggle, but it was a great enlightenment when it finalised. I have just reread Schenck’s treatment of it , after reading it when a young convert, but I could not take it all in then. But the second reading was better, and especially the covenant responsibility of the parents, which really convicted me. So much so that I had to have a coffee afterward!
     
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