Ofcourse. Afterall technology is the creation of something out of nothing.<quoted text>
In the context of inventors having needed faith, I don't quite follow where I was using it in place of the word "test". It seemed to me that I was using it "constructively". In any case you are saying that added to faith is the necessity of good intent. Luckily I only see good intent in wishing to save money at the pump, and I am sure God knows that. However I wished you had warned me before I set out to turn dirty water into fuel, just in case I might have tripped over that. So given faith and good intent, my inventing plan is full steam ahead, right? Am I massing anything else?
Coal as product came from dead vegetative and organic remains of living and non living matter, with faith, the mineral resources known as coal came out.