About the Book
God said, Let the earth bring forth. . !
And it was so! The earth brought forth everything God ordered.
However, the earth brought forth much more for those who sought—metallurgy, meteorology, metrology, microbiology, magicology, and the like.
And there arose a lot of questions also!
Did the earth bring forth secret humor that is evident only for those who seek? Is cryptographic humor related to pareidolia, the ability of the mind to see patterns in random data? Is secret humor related to theopneustos, namely God-breathed; or can one explain it by Divine Workingtogetherism? That is, God working all factors together in sundry times and divers manner to bring out humor through snow and ice murals, ice designs, ice sculptures, stone figures, designer clouds, dew magic, fruit and vegetable delights, land designs, tree art, leaf canvas, flower dance, insect passion or lioness lessons.
This work answers these questions with more queries and introduces hundreds of never before seen pictures (untouched, unaltered, non-photoshopped) including that of doughnut shadows, rock wonders, and romance in the air, water, clouds, ice, fruits, as well as vegetables.
Discover, from this original pictorial compilation, the probable origin of the English alphabet, skywriting, leaf writing, smiley face, leaf art, sculpting, murals, graffiti, street lights, eyeglasses, snowman, snowwoman, snow dog, The walking dead, roller coaster, dancing, windows, highways, loop roads, cross, and much more.
This work also addresses the Horus controversy, surf stoke effect, and several life issues—often using funny images from God’s creation.
Finally, this work reminds us that ultimately, everything is vanity. That, we are but a vapor. Not even white, black, or brown mist. Just A, B, AB, or O vapor—Rh positive or negative. Temporariness is our middle name; blood-grouping and tissue histocompatibility type our significant inherent differences.
About the Author
Dr. Kurien completed his studies at the University of Madras, India. Currently, he works as Professor of Research at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, Oklahoma City. His research interests include the study of free radical-mediated oxidative damage in systemic lupus erythematosus and Sjögren’s syndrome, as well as the role of the nutraceutical curcumin in autoimmune diseases. His publication record includes numerous scientific publications in national and international peer-reviewed journals. Additionally, he has published a Christian fiction, “One Tempting Test” and edited six volumes in the Methods in Molecular Biology series. God blessed him and his wife Jolly Kurien with children Jobin, Johann, Jasmin, Bianca, and a dog named Shadow. His mother Annamma Kurian stays with them, while his father, T. V. Kurien, passed away in 2006 to be with his Savior Lord Jesus Christ.