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Permission to make printed copies for classroom or personal use is hereby explicitly granted for the articles listed below and subject to the restrictions and acknowledgements that follow:

Printable Articles:

Scriptural Physics (index page)
What is Scriptural Physics?
An Atom or a Nucleus?
Advanced Stellar Propulsion Systems
Motion Couplers
Advanced Atomic Energy Converters
Intuitive Concepts in Quantum Mechanics
Inverseness
Some Thought Provoking Issues
Brian Fraser's Adventures in Energy Destruction
Cartoombs Index and Cartoombs
Make Sure of All Things
My Dream Job
One Christian's Perspective on Quantum Mechanics

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Examples

Examples of where printed copies might be useful:

"Wisdom is better than strength. Nevertheless the poor man's wisdom is despised,
And his words are not heard."
Ecclesiastes 9:16

"And the light shines in the darkness, and the darkness did not comprehend it." John 1:5

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