Scientific Bible Study 1

Genesis 1:1-3 "In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth.

And the earth was without form, and void; and the darkness was upon the face of the deep. And the Spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters.

And God said, Let there be light: and there was light."

This is some of the most important scripture in the Bible and tells us a huge amount, especially when considered in relation to science and what it really means.

You have to understand that ALL matter is made up of electrons and protons and one of a number of ways that God sees matter is as clouds of electrons and protons because even the most complex atom is better than 98% open space with the rest being electrons orbiting protons. Electrons and protons are God's clay He used to sculpt everything in our cosmos or "the clay of the earth".

I will show in other scriptures that God can change any atoms to any other atoms by simply changing the numbers of electrons and protons in those atoms or sorting the relative positions between those electrons and protons in any "cloud of electrons and protons". This makes it possible for God to convert any elements to the elements He needs where He needs them to create the molecules He needs where He needs them to create anything He wants.

For example, the Bible tells us that God instantly turned the body of Lot's wife into a pillar of pure salt by simply resorting all of the relative positions of the electrons and protons in her body into positions that turned all of her atoms into sodium or salt atoms because everything is made up of just electrons and protons.

The above verses tell us that God started by creating a massive ball of water to keep or store His clay for creating our cosmos.

Why water?

God chose to have His clay for sculpting His cosmos stored as water for a number of reasons.

First, it is a scientific fact that water, H2O, can't be compressed so that it couldn't implode into a singularity or suddenly combust into a massive ball of fire like stars and our sun known as fusion though the pressure would generate enough heat to prevent the water from freezing and keep it liquid.

If God had just created a massive ball of negatively charged electrons and positively charged protons, a number of undesirable things would have happened. Many of the electrons and protons would have bonded together to form neutrally charge neutrons, which would decrease their use for forming matter without God having to constantly being required to pry them apart to use them.

Another thing is that they would have imploded into either a massive singularity or a massive ball of fire because they could be compressed into atoms, causing fusion.

If God had created a massive ball of anything other than water, the matter would have all quickly compressed and imploded into either a singularity or black hole or turned into a massive burning ball.

Another reason for storing His electrons and protons as water was because of the cohesive and adhesive properties of water. The cohesiveness of water causes water to cohere or stick to itself, which greatly decreases its tendency for the molecules to move apart and the adhesiveness causes water to adhere or stick to other things which makes it possible for water to dissolve things like sugar, salt, and other elements and compounds, which makes it very important biologically.

In its liquid state, water is very fluid, pliable, and easy for God to control.

We also know that, under enough pressure, water will not vaporize at any temperature. It will just remain as "super heated water" that, when the pressure is released, it will instantly vaporize and increase its outward pressure.

For example, water in the core of the earth is estimated to be at more than 1,200 degrees Fahrenheit but remains in the liquid state as "super heated water" because it doesn't have the room to expand into water vapor.

With that much water producing gravity, it would not have been possible, even in the almost nonexistent atmospheric pressure of space or under extreme heat, for the water to vaporize, turning into gas, which would easily disperse in space. Water would have remained in the very pliable liquid state.

Now, if God started His ball of water rotating on its axis, what would have happened?

The ball of water would have spread out at the middle into a huge, flat, evenly distributed rotating disc of water with its cohesive properties keeping it a disc and preventing it from dispersing into space. This would have formed the basis for the cosmos.

Do we see any evidence this happened?

Yes, we can clearly see that all large galaxies are rotating spirals of stars and they are almost all rotating in the same direction. The only galaxies which are not rotating in the same direction are believed to have flipped over, giving the appearance of them rotating in the opposite direction. We can even see quite a few galaxies in the process of flipping over.

Now, if God briefly disrupted the cohesiveness of the water at the very center of this huge rotating disc of water, what would have happened?

The centripetal force of the rotating water would have caused the water at the center to quickly move out to the outside of the disc turning the rotating disc of water into a rotating ring of water, quickly and easily opening a space for the cosmos to be formed in. In this rotating ring of water, the water would have remained fluid causing the water to equally distribute itself around the ring so the force of gravity caused inside the ring would have been equally distributed throughout the cosmos.

Do we see evidence of this today?

Yes, scientists are still trying to understand and explain the background gravity we see evenly distributed throughout our cosmos. The strength of this background gravity tells us that we can only see less than 10% of the mass in our cosmos causing this background gravity and they have not been able to find that missing mass.

To explain this, they have dreamed up really absurd theories such as "dark matter" and "invisible matter", which are shown on PBS as "scientific theories" in spite of the fact that both of these concepts have been proven invalid for more than a decade.

It is only common sense science that this matter cannot be in clumps within the cosmos because then the background gravity could not be evenly distributed throughout the cosmos and there would be spots with significantly greater gravity than most other spots and that matter would affect light in ways we do not see light being affected.

    What we do see in space requires:
  1. That the matter is outside of our cosmos
  2. That the matter is in close proximity to our cosmos
  3. That the matter MUST be evenly distributed around our cosmos in a ring, as only a liquid like water could be evenly distributed

That is the only way we could have the evenly distributed background gravity we see in space.

You have to understand that such a massive rotating ring of water at the outer edge of our cosmos would be a huge gravitational fly wheel causing an even background gravity so that nothing would be drawn to implode towards the center or any other part of our cosmos because that gravity is pulling everything equally in every direction at the same time.

With the stars rotating in the same direction, that massive water fly wheel, it would have kept those stars rotating in that same direction, without imploding, forever with just slight occasional adjustments to the fly wheel and the stars.

It is also now even more obvious why this massive rotating ring comprising about 90% of the mass in our cosmos MUST be made of water just like the Bible says. If it were anything else, it would compress causing fusion on such a massive scale that it would create enough energy to cook the rest of the cosmos and with so much light radiating from every direction we would not be able to see anything else in our cosmos and possibly be blinded.

Is there evidence in the Bible that this happened?

Yes, in Genesis 1:6-8 it says:

"And God said, Let there be a firmament in the midst of the waters, and let it divide the waters from the waters.

And God made the firmament, and divided the waters which were under the firmament from the waters which were above the firmament: and it was so.

And God called the firmament Heaven. And the evening and the morning were the second day."

And Genesis 1:14-19 says:

"And God said, Let there be lights in the firmament of the heaven to divide the day from the night; and let them be for signs, and for seasons, and for days, and years;

And let them be for lights in the firmament of the heaven to give light upon the earth: and it was so.

And God made two great lights; the greater light to rule the day, and the lesser light to rule the night: he made the stars also.

And God set them in the firmament of the heaven to give light upon the earth,

And to rule over the day and over the night, and to divide the light from the darkness: and God saw that it was good.

And the evening and the morning were the fourth day."

This very clearly shows that God created the "firmament" to separate the water in the rapidly expanding ring of water from the waters on earth AND that He placed the sun, moon, and stars in that "firmament" we call space, you know, where the cosmos currently exists And God did this all in three earth days, beginning on the second day of creation and ending on the fourth day of creation telling us it only took that hole God created at the center of the rotating disc of water three days to expand out to the edge of our universe.

What does this tell us?

It tells us that God created a space or firmament between the waters he used to create earth and everything on it from the waters God used to create the rest of the cosmos and the outer ring of water, breaking the cohesion between the inner waters and outer waters causing the resulting hole to quickly expand outwards because of centripetal force.

Note that, on the third day of creation, God created earth, its land, and the plants on earth while that hole in the water was rapidly expanding outward and then on the fourth day, God create the sun, moon, and stars by taking tiny bits of water from that rapidly expanding inner wall of the ring of water to create everything else in the cosmos so that the entire cosmos was created in three days.

This was because the water at the center of the massive rotating disc would have been rotating much slower, which would have caused much less centripetal force, which would have caused the water to start moving outward slowly but, as the water got further from center, its rate of rotation would have increase, increasing the centripetal force, increasing the rate at which the water was moving away from center until it reached a maximum distance from center based on the speed of the rotating water in relation to is mass and cohesive properties, at which time it would have stabilized. God used that time of the water initially moving away more slowly to create earth and its plants before turning to create the sun, moon, and stars. (You may have to read that through a time or two.)

Also note that this solves all of the problems currently facing astrophysicists and answers their questions about the missing matter in our cosmos and the unexplained background gravity while NONE of their pagan fairy tales pass mustard.

The rotating ring of water is still there keeping the cosmos intact; we just have not found it yet.

On day five, God create all aquatic life and everything that flies and, on day six, God created all land animals and man but we will get to that in my next "Scientific Bible Study" essay.

John 3:16 For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.

You better....

Pray long, pray hard, pray often!!!

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