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Gantry York
Works at Boeing
Attended Michigan State University
Lives in Chandler, Arizona USA
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"Science is more than a body of knowledge, it is a way of thinking"
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This is not an Origins event, but origins-minded people might like this.
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Tyson is the heir apparent to the Sagan Thrown.  Very interesting story.
I'm very interested to watch the reboot of Cosmos.
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I'm really looking forward to this.
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Nat Geo Channel is showing the original series right now.
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At the ASU Origins symposium, Transcending Our Origins: violence, humanity, and our future
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Who were the guests?
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Given your life experience so far, what is the biggest thing you have learned in/about life? 
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Cosmos - online.
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I'm remodeling the master and guest bathrooms in my crappy track home. Any ideas? 
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Hamm requires a direct witness in order to prove something.  His contention is that God was there, he witnessed it, and wrote in a book (through humans), which is proof.

Incidentally, when humans write the Bible and say it was God speaking to them, that isn't evidence.  In modern court of law, we call that hearsay.  Anyway...

Mr. Hamm,
1) Can you prove that God exists?  Who has directly "seen" God?
2) Can you prove that God wrote the Bible?  Who was there witnessing the inspiration?

I'm sure Hamm would say, "because the Bible says so".

That is circular logic.
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Education
  • Michigan State University
    Electrical Engineering, 1986 - 1990
  • Harper Creek High School
    1982 - 1986
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Male
Other names
G. Antonio York
Work
Occupation
Engineer (Electrical & Software)
Skills
Science, Technology, Engineering, Math....that kind of stuff.
Employment
  • Boeing
    Software Development & Integration Engineer, 2011 - present
    Next generation Satellite Control System development
  • General Dynamics
    Integration Engineer, 2006 - 2010
    Systems integration and test of the MUOS Radio Access Network
  • Pegasus Solutions, Inc.
    Software Development & Testing, 2005 - 2006
    Development of automatic testing system
  • General Dynamics
    Engineer, 2003 - 2005
    Integration and Test of the Rescue21 Coast Guard Communication system.
  • Intel Corporation
    Engineer, 2002 - 2003
    Product development of the "Blue River" console and set-top box
  • Iridium Communications
    Engineer, 1998 - 2001
    Integration, test, and tools development for Iridium Satellite Control System
  • Motorola Healthcare Systems
    Integration Engineer, 1997 - 1998
    Integration and support of Emtek point-of-care system
  • Ford Motor Company
    Entineer, 1990 - 1996
    Environmental and Safety Engineering Staff
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Chandler, Arizona USA
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Battel Creek, Michigan USA - East Lansing, Michigan USA - Dearborn, Michigan USA - Tempe, Arizona USA - Northville, Michigan USA - Farmington Hills, Michigan USA
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Really good Chicago style pizza. It's a local franchise and it feels like a neighborhood pizzeria. No complaints.
Food: Very goodDecor: Very goodService: Very good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
This is a marijuana themed subshop. It is a franchise. The decor is intentional. Lots of photos of Ice Cube, Bob Marley, Snoop Dog. Lots of stickers all over the place. It reminded me of some of the youth hostels over seas that cater to the 420/reggae crowd. The food is good, but just as good as Planet Sub, Quiznos, etc. I don't think I would make a special trip here just for the sub. Everyone seemed very friendly. I was a little turned off by the weed theme. It's not my thing, but hey, try it at least once.
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Food: GoodDecor: GoodService: Very good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Excellent from start to finish. The Ahi Tuna is "devine". This place is located in what seems like a poor choice of location, but it turns out that this place is a neighborhood gem. Food is top quality, atmosphere is sophisticated and laid back, and the waiters are competent don't try to hussle you out to clear tables for new customers. Oh and they have live music.
Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
This place is like a classy Denny's. They even serve wine. The food is good and the portions are huge. I had the Spicy Burger which I almost couldn't finish. The onion rings were perfect.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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At 5:00 we had to wait 20 minutes for a table because they would not open up the vacant tables. 8 people walked out and they didn't seem to care.
Food: GoodDecor: GoodService: Poor to fair
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Very good food, but heavy. You'll need a nap afterwords.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
A complete dissappointment. I have been wanting to try Cibo ever since a friend recommended it to me. She said, "It's like Pizzeria Bianco, but with out the wait". They aren't open on Sunday evenings and it's a long drive for me, so this has been on my list for at least 6 months. So I drive down there and once my buddy and I are seated, I find out that they don't serve pizza until the evening. Actually, they were still serving breakfast at 11am. The lunch menu is only a choice of 4 sandwiches. Needless to say I was unhappy driving so far for this. I expressed my disappointment to my buddy. I complained to the waitress who simply responded with an indifferent, "what can I get you guys to drink". I came to satisfy a pizza craving. My buddy was already looking up alternatives on his smart phone and this is how she responds. I asked to speak to the manager, who never came. I was shocked at the complete disregard of the manager and staff. Then when I commented to my buddy that I would write this up on the internet, the three pretenscious house wives next to us decided to interject in our conversation, "this place is awesome, now you are ruining my lunch". They seemed like regulars. Should I have apologized for being disappointed? Should I have apologized for asking for the manager? Should I apologize for expressing my disappointment to my buddy? Should I have apologized for expecting pizza at a pizzeria? Honestly, the atmosphere is nice (minus the nosie housewives). The patio is very nice in springtime weather. My sandwich was average. I can't tell you how the pizza is. Nice atmosphere, average food, good reputation - a little expensive for a deli. You would think that a place that has made a name for itself through word of mouth might be more interested in a customer's experience than they were. The manager wouldn't even talk to me.
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