Here’s another instance of God leaving His “thumbprint” with a wink and a nod to us, specifically in the realm of mathematics.
Behold a Galton Board.
The pop-culture name for this is “Plinko!” from “The Price is Right” gameshow.
Each ball has a 50-50 chance of bouncing right or left off of each peg as it traverses the board. Total randomness, right?
Well, yes, but out of chaos… ORDER.
Every time, the Galton Board yields a bell curve. Every. Time.
And God waves at us, with a wink and a smile.
Here is a good little tutorial on the mathematics behind a Galton Board.
Now, do we really believe that God isn’t visibly waving at us in the context of the Bergoglian antipapacy? If the LAWS of mathematics yield visible order and make visible the loving presence of God, where might we look for Our Lord’s visible signature and path to ORDER in the context of the Bergoglian Antipapacy – a juridical question?
I am strongly reminded of the Fifth Joyful Mystery: Finding Jesus in the Temple, and His reply to His mother:
How is it that you sought Me? did you not know, that I must be about My Father’s business?