Scientific Proof of God, A New and Modern Bible, and Coexisting Relations of God and the Universe

Wednesday, May 02, 2012

Did Steroids Cause Suicide at Penn State University?

Recently, I learned that my high school friend, Clark Schneck, lost his grandson, Bradly. At age 19, as a Penn State Campus student, Bradly was a body builder and was able to receive steroids on the campus with ease. Bradly committed suicide.

 In 2006, I published the first scientific proof that God exists.  In this proof all finite things are originated by an infinite God. After developing this proof, on this website I informed doctors, colleges, universities, etc. that God has no parts and that all finite things have an infinite number of parts. Later, I learned that Galileo said that all bodies have an infinite number of indivisible parts.  Galileo reports this consistent fact in his book on Dialogues Concerning Two New Sciences.

Thus, I want to inform all humans and the boidy builders at Penn State University that human bodies contain an infinite number of indivisivles that God made.  These indivisibles are immortal and are made only from the attributes of God. Some of the indivisibles made by God are edible by humans and animals.  But many of the indivisibles that God made are not edible because they can destroy our minds and bodies. Interestingly, physical scientists say that a whole (or body) is equal to the sum of the parts.  But this saying is true only for things made by man or animal. For instance, the number parts of an automobile can be counted.  But anything made by God is not countable.

So, my question to Clark Schneck is this:  Did the body building program at Penn State University include the use of killer steroids?


  • At 4:43 PM, Anonymous Ronald R Rehrer said…

    Sholly,Clark,his wife Shirley and myself want to thank you so much for your blog on their grandson Bradly.Please keep bloging on this subject,as you may end up saving some young person's life.Thans again,your buddy Ronnie PS-I printed out your blog on this subject and called Clark and his wife,and read it to them,will also forward it in the mail,with any comments to your article.Ronald R Rehrer

  • At 7:47 AM, Anonymous David S. Wilkinson said…

    Using the death of a young person (regardless of the cause) to promote your book and theory is a despicable act.


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