Planck's Confirming Discovery Any Human Can See

This lil’ ole tin like antenna lookin’ like granny’s ole flour scoop is what they say discovered #BigBang evidence. They had to scrape some bird droppins’ off first though. I understands that. Now they gots that space ship called Plank or somethin’ that sent stuff back they gotta contend wich now. Y’all can reads ‘bout it in dat link below. Uncle Jed

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Comment by Dr. Derek P. Blake on February 28, 2016 at 4:11pm

You seem to have missed the point here Steve, there seems to have been no solar day until day four.  Therefore we do not know how long days one through three actually was, the hour division had not yet been set up.  That being so we can only fall back in the yom of one period of darkness followed by one period of light, both or undermined length, which the Bible itself specifies.  Even after the solar day was possible it was a variable length orbit, as it continues to change.

Comment by Steve Sorensen on February 28, 2016 at 3:45pm
Yom can mean a period of time, but whenever it is used with a numeral for an evening and morning, as Genesis states repeatedly (the sixth day, etc.), it always means a normal solar day. And the language of Genesis is not meant to be poetry, but prose or narrative.
Comment by Dr. Derek P. Blake on February 28, 2016 at 4:25am

2 Peter 3:5-6

For they deliberately overlook this fact, that the heavens existed long ago, and the earth was formed out of water and through water by the word of God, and that by means of these the world that then existed was deluged with water and perished.

This verse is true, but is also an allegory, a nuance of Hebrew writing that is like the reverse order of creation in Genesis two.  It also supports that which I stated in my last post, that the universe was created "heavens existed long ago," These verses indicate that the Universe was created at some time 'in the beginning'.  It also makes the point that 'earth' as opposed to 'Earth' was born out of water, referring to God raising the land out of the water that covered the Earth, anything else would make no sense.

The Hebrew for day, 'Yom' is defined as "One period of darkness, followed by one period of light", which the Bible actually defines it as.  As light was created on the first day, the length (as measured by man) is unspecified, but still constitutes one day.

Comment by Steve Sorensen on February 27, 2016 at 3:57pm
Notice from the text earth was created out of water and by water, with no earth prior to that in any form; formless. Second Peter 3:5-6 also confirms this in the New Testament.
Comment by Dr. Derek P. Blake on February 26, 2016 at 1:39pm

Thanks Steve, If we are to believe the Bible, which I do, then we have to accept two things, 1) that God is 'eternal', that is living outside of time, and thus if there is not time there can be no matter or dimension (space).  2) That God created this universe into that medium of no space or time.

Secular science now agrees that the universe came into being in exactly that condition, no space or time.  The very first verse of God's word tells us that God created the universe, 'In the beginning', no in Hebrew that is a stand alone statement.  The second verse (in a literal translation) tells us that the Earth had preexisted void and without form (use) the YLT translates this as " the earth hath existed waste and void, and darkness [is] on the face of the deep, and the Spirit of God fluttering on the face of the waters,".  Note the translation that uses the word 'hath' which is 'had' a past tense word.  So we can take it from this that God created the universe before His Spirit hovered over the proto-Earth.  This is acceptable and makes perfect scientific sense.  God needed to create matter before the Earth could be formed, when He created matter He also brought into existence both space and time.

Now I maintain that what secular science calls the Big Bang is just a non-spiritual label for the event horizon of the creation of matter, which would have caused the CMBR that we can detect.  Whether it was God or some other explainable event that made matter appear, in a condition of true void, would have caused the high energy burst that produced the radiation.

Comment by Steve Sorensen on February 26, 2016 at 9:20am
The Big Bang is all that atheists/evolutionists offer. The Genesis account gives the record of God creating the heavenly bodies later in creation week by His Word. It's the Word that brought them into existence and holds them together now, as the Bible clearly states. This has to be a reason why certain things will not be understood by physical sciences alone.
Comment by Dr. Derek P. Blake on February 25, 2016 at 6:37am

Exoplanet Census Suggests Earth Is Special after All

This is the headline in Scientific American today, an interesting article on the Copernicus Principle, which does not claim that the Earth is the centre of the universe, but more logically, claims that Earth is special because it is unique, just as Genesis 1 & 2 tells us.  God chose Earth to be special.  The article heads:

"A new tally proposes that roughly 700 quintillion terrestrial exoplanets are likely to exist across the observable universe—most vastly different from Earth"

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Comment by Dr. Derek P. Blake on February 24, 2016 at 4:59pm

Steve, I just wondered what you think the difference is between the Big Bang and God's creation of matter into a realm where no matter, and hence no time or dimension, existed?

Please don't get me wrong, I am fully a six day creationist, but I am also a physicist.

Comment by Steve Sorensen on February 24, 2016 at 4:32pm
I guess the main point from my comments is that what they use to "prove" the Big Bang is so very weak it should be brought to the forefront of discussions but it is not. The masses are believing a lie. Of course this should not be that surprising knowing that spiritual warfare is real and atheists will do all they can to undermine any hint of a view that lends support to creation.
Comment by Dr. Derek P. Blake on February 24, 2016 at 9:35am

Interesting paper, but it would be nice to know the writer's qualifications to make such an analysis of the Planck data.  If the Earth was indeed the centre of the universe, then we would expect there to be data in other astronomical disciplines that would support this hypothesis.  It would be wonderful if that evidence was there, but it isn't, and I believe it makes little difference to our creationist stand as to the position of the universal centre, because God choose Earth and prepared it for us.

Let's look at this issue logically, it is evident that God used the natural laws that He created, to manipulate matter to His will.  That said if the Earth was the centre of the universe we would expect a geocentric arrangement, where the Sun orbited the Earth, we know it does not because all planets in this system orbit our star.  because this is counter to the laws of physics, we can maybe ignore the geocentricity of the Earth.  However, we would expect then that that our Solar System would be at the centre of our galaxy, in fact it is a long way from the galactic centre, in fact it is about half way between the centre and the rim, about 25,000 light-years (186,000x60x60x24x360x25,000 miles) from each.  Not only is our solar system no where near the centre of our galaxy, but our galaxy shows no evidence by wave distribution of being in the centre of the universe.  It is likely that the universe continues to expand at many times the speed of light at it boundary.  There is no evidence in the Shell Theory that the Earth is at the universal centre, although one has to admit that no existence of something is not evidence for non-existence.

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