I want to do a scientific analysis of the Egyptian plagues that Yahweh caused prior to the Exodus of the Hebrews from Egypt. There is a lot of obvious bull crap being taught about them.
What these pagan Christians have done is surrender to or at least compromise with that false, fanatical, pagan religion, evolution, by saying that Yahweh couldn't have done these things, it had to be that false pagan goddess, Mother Nature, and it happened by accidence and coincidence. They are practicing pagan poser Christianity.
I am sorry to hear that their neutered false pagan god is so inept he can't do those things but my God, Yahweh/Jesus, created everything in six days and Him doing the rest of the miracles in the Bible is just child's play to Him.
Don't assume that the being Yahweh can't do something because you can't do that something. After all, He is a superior being, an infinitely superior being. Yahweh doesn't have to have Mother Nature's permission to do anything.
Water to Blood
Let's look at the first plague where God turned the entire Nile River within Egypt to blood.
Scientifically, what is blood?
Blood is mostly water, you know, just like the Nile River. Oops. It also has red blood cells and some other molecules in it for carry things like oxygen, nutrients, and waste.
So all Yahweh would have had to have done to turn the Nile River into real blood would have been to just add the red blood cells and some other molecules to the water and He couldn't do that? Really?
Listen, this is the being who created ALL of the animal blood on this planet in just two days and He couldn't turn just one little stretch of water in one little river into blood? Really?
Why did turning the water to blood kill the fish?
If the river had been turned to blood, the red blood cells and other molecules in the blood would have absorbed all of the oxygen in the water causing the fish to suffocate and die. Blood doesn't create oxygen, it absorbs oxygen.
Another interesting thing about this plague that most people miss is that, if Yahweh had just turned the water that was already in the Nile within the borders of Egypt into blood, that blood would have flowed out of the river and into the sea within anywhere from a few days to no more than a few weeks buuuuuuut the blood persisted long enough that it forced Pharaoh to cave in and surrender to Moses and Yahweh.
What should that tell you?
Yahweh didn't just create a batch of blood in the river and let it run. To maintain that plague long enough for Pharaoh to cave in and surrender, Yahweh had to be constantly replenishing the blood in the river as the blood ran out and new water ran into that part of the river. This was not just a one-shot deal but was a continuous process until Pharaoh relented. This was a much bigger miracle than most people think.
And then, after Pharaoh relented, Yahweh turned the blood back into river water. Most people miss that part of the miracle.
Remember that I told you to pay attention to ALL of the details?
Concerning the plagues of the frogs, gnats, flies, and locusts, I already covered that science concerning the creation where Yahweh used the electrons and protons in the soil, water, and air to create all of the plants and animals on the planet within just three days. He simply did this by rearranging the relative positions of the electrons and protons to create the atoms He needed to create the molecules He needed to create the cell structures He needed to create the cells He needed to create the organisms He needed AND, for these plagues, He only had to do this for one organism at a time in a very tiny area of the planet when He had already create ALL the organisms on a global basis within 3 days. That is one of a number of reasons why the creation story is one of the most important stories in the Bible. If Yahweh can cause the creation of everything within just 6 days, He can much more easily cause every other miracle in the Bible, which is why the Bible starts with the creation story.
For Yahweh, these miracles were a piece of cake, baby.
Get the picture yet?
To such a brilliant and powerful being, this would have been like you digging a little hole in your yard to plant a little flower. No big deal for Him, just for us.
In the sixth judgment, Yahweh killed all of the Egyptian cattle and He could have easily done this any number of ways. He could have caused a disease pandemic among their cattle or just caused all of their internal organs to stop working, which, to the being who created everything, would have been child's play.
You have to understand that it is much, much, much easier to kill or destroy than it is to create or build and anyone who can create or build can more easily kill or destroy but few who can kill or destroy can also create or build.
Yahweh is what I call a creator being who can create and build wonderful things but Satan is what I call a destroyer being because almost all he can do is destroy what others have created.
We humans have both creator beings and destroyer beings. We creator beings love to create, build, and teach the truth but the destroyer beings like the power mad, greedy, upper class trash and their puppets and minions only know how to destroy, steal, and kill just like their god Satan. They are the problem. Without them, we would have paradise.
Note that we creator beings, because we know how to create and how things work, we can also destroy when necessary and we can do a very good job of it, just like the being Yahweh. We prefer creating but, when necessary, we can also destroy.
Concerning the plague of boils, all Yahweh had to do was create and spread a disease within the Egyptian population. It would have been very simple for Him to do this.
This leaves 3 interesting plagues that tell us some interesting things.
First, is the plague of hail and fire. There are not enough details in this to tell us exactly what this was but there are some possibilities.
First, this was obviously a hail storm so powerful that the hail stones destroyed their crops, including their trees, and killed the animals and people in the fields BUT it clearly did not cause any harm to the people's homes or in their cities because the scriptures tell us that only the people and animals in the fields were killed. This shows that Yahweh has infinite control over storms and weather and can cause the hail to fall in precise locations so this wasn't just a coincidental hail storm. Talk about smart weapons.
Also, the fire that was "mingled with the hail" could have been a type of lighting that runs along the ground but it is also quite possible that Yahweh just caused fire to run along the ground. Causing fire to be mingled with the hail would be no problem for Yahweh.
The darkness plague is very interesting because the Bible says in Exodus 10: 22-23, "And Moses stretched forth his hand toward heaven; and there was a thick darkness in all the land of Egypt three days.
They saw not one another, neither rose any from his place for three days: but all of the children of Israel had light in their dwellings."
Think about what this says. These people didn't see each other or get out of bed for three days because they couldn't see anything. THERE.WAS.NO.LIGHT.FOR.THREE.DAYS!
Hold it, didn't these people use open fires to warm their homes and cook food, didn't they use oil lamps to see at night, and couldn't they have made torches to see with?
This plague tells us that Yahweh has infinite control of light photons so that He could cause absolutely no light from anything, their fires, lamps, or torches, to exist within the Egyptian areas but the children of Israel had plenty of light. Yahweh can control, stop, and destroy all light within a given area and only within that area so other nearby areas can still have light.
The final plague is where Yahweh killed all of the first born children of the Egyptians and their cattle but not the first born of the Hebrews who followed Yahweh's instructions or ANYONE ELSE, you know, like the second or third born, showing the control Yahweh has over death itself. This was the plague that caused Pharaoh to let the Hebrew slaves go to their freedom.
It is interesting that the Bible says in Exodus 14:5, "And it was told the king of Egypt that the people fled: and the heart of Pharaoh and of his servants was turned against the people, and they said, Why have we done this, that we have let Israel go from serving us?"
They realized, "Oops, we let our slaves go and now we are going to lose money so we need to get our slaves back." And God said, "The love of money is the root of all evil" and it cost Pharaoh and his entire army their lives.
BTW, in Exodus 9:16, God told Moses, "And in very deed for this cause have I raised thee up, to show in thee my power; and that my name may be declared throughout all the earth."
God creates us for very specific jobs, uses our lives to train us for those jobs, provides us with the skills and knowledge to do those jobs, and then empowers us to do those jobs. God doesn't just recruit and pick people who are qualified to do those jobs but qualifies the people He picks for those jobs.
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.