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The elemental forces' delicate balance in the universe

Cool Andromeda
Cool Andromeda
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Nothing shows more evidence of intelligent design than the intricacies involved in the operation of the universe enabling its longevity and its ability to support life. Never mind the fact that the existence of the universe itself could not have started by the fairy tale offered through the "Big Bang" joke.

Let us consider some of the forces at work maintaining the status quo of the universe. Those evolutionists who promote the creation of the universe from absolutely nothing, yet by natural causes via the unnatural Big Bang shenanigan, run into unanswerable questions every way they turn. Gravity is one of the lesser forces in the makeup of the universe, yet it plays an irreplaceable part in holding all things as they must be. And the evolutionists are equal to this writer when it comes to knowing what gravity is and what causes it. Neither of us has a clue.

To try and explain the formation of the pencil dot explosion which created all of this enormous inconceivable conglomerate of organized planets and other celestial bodies must have had an awful amount of gravity or a similar force to compact absolutely nothing into such an enormous creative explosion. Every knowledgeable scientist who propounds the Big Bang, knows full well that it could not have happened. Yet they refuse to allow any of their cohorts to challenge them. Read the following quotation.

"Gravity: Gravity is the weakest force in the universe, yet it is in perfect balance. If gravity were any stronger, the smaller stars could not form, and if it were any smaller, the bigger stars could not form and no heavy elements could exist. Only "red dwarf" stars would exist, and these would radiate too feebly to support life on a planet.

"All masses are found to attract one another with a force that varies inversely as the square of the separation distance between the masses. That, in brief, is the law of gravity. But where did that "2" [square] come from? Why is the equation exactly "separation distance squared"? Why is it not 1.87, 1.95, 2.001, or 3.378; why is it exactly 2? Every test reveals the force of gravity to be keyed precisely to that 2. Any value other than 2 would lead to an eventual decay of orbits, and the entire universe would destroy itself!" (Evolution Encyclopedia Vol. 1, chap.4)

Other perfectly balanced elements are the proton to neutron ratio. These are subatomic particles found in all matter. Atoms contain electrons, protons and neutrons. The electron particle has a negative electronic charge while the proton has an equal positive charge. The neutron has no electrical charge. In order for these to function properly, the neutron mass must exceed the mass of the proton, by only 1/1000th which is twice the mass of the electron. Even the slightest variation would cause malfunction.

Now this may sound technically unimportant, however it is not only crucial, it is critical. The proton's mass is precisely the size that it must be to offer stability to all mass in the universe. Any variation would cause the atoms to either collapse or explode. Only an almighty God in heaven who has infinite knowledge and infinite power, could have developed a universe so incomprehensibly large and yet so delicately balanced to function.

This is a perfect place to inject a passage of scripture which predicts the dissolution of all of this enormous and eloquently constructed mass. The apostle Peter makes the following remarks, which would be totally incomprehensible to anyone at the time he made them.

“But the day of the Lord will come as a thief in the night; in the which the heavens shall pass away with a great noise, and the elements shall melt with fervent heat, the earth also and the works that are therein shall be burned up.” (2 Peter 3:10 KJV Read this passage in its context)

Now all matter is composed of the atoms described above. How could Peter, who lived in the first century A.D., have perceived of any thing whatsoever that could have destroyed all matter, every molecule of the elements? Only by the inspiration of the one who created every atom in the universe.

The preceding examples are only a drop in the bucket when it comes to evidence of Intelligent Design vs. impossible accidents.

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