Saturday, July 19, 2014

"Did not Moses give you the law" - "The Bible of Jesus"

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"The Bible of Jesus"

There must be miracles, more miracles, and much more though they might not been realized yet.

One of them is that Christ Jesus Himself wrote one of the Gospels.  He must be the true author of the Gospel of Luke, Mathew, Mark or John.

However nobody realized it for 2000 years.  It is because Christ Jesus called Himself Mark after the resurrection, in my theory.

To write a New Testament against the Old Testament meant to declare a war against Judaists 2000 years ago.  So, no early Christians dared to make their version of the Bible, since such an act was tantamount to declaring complete separation from Judaism.  It is a very difficult act only Christ Jesus Himself could do.

So, all the believers today must try to prove that the Gospel of Mark was actually written by Christ Jesus, which is one of the the largest miracles still being covered.

And if it should be proved, people would think how foolish they have been to doubt Christ Jesus and God!

The "Bible of Jesus" is what we want in any way.

To make sure, you cannot perfectly deny that Christ Jesus wrote the Gospel of Mark, since Mark who followed Peter or Paul in the first century could not be the author of this earliest Gospel according to recent studies on the Bible.

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Joh 7:19 Did not Moses give you the law, and yet none of you keepeth the law? Why go ye about to kill me?

Friday, July 18, 2014

"the disciples of John" - Martin Luther, America & St. Peter's Basilica

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Martin Luther, America & St. Peter's Basilica 

In 1492 Columbus sailed west over the Atlantic Ocean to the New World later called America.

In 1506, the Vatican started to replace the Old St. Peter's Basilica of the 4th century AD and build new St. Peter's Basilica which was completed in 1626.

In 1517, Martin Luther, a German priest, issued the 95 Theses to open the new domain in the Christian world.  In this Theses Luther referred to St. Peter's Basilica in some articles.
50. Christians are to be taught that if the pope knew the exactions of the indulgence preachers, he would rather that the basilica of St. Peter were burned to ashes than built up with the skin, flesh, and bones of his sheep. 
51. Christians are to be taught that the pope would and should wish to give of his own money, even though he had to sell the basilica of St. Peter, to many of those from whom certain hawkers of indulgences cajole money. 
86. Again, ``Why does not the pope, whose wealth is today greater than the wealth of the richest Crassus, build this one basilica of St. Peter with his own money rather than with the money of poor believers?''

I think these three incidents that were recorded around 1500 in history really symbolize the fates of Judaists, the Vatican, and Protestants.

Judaists were given the New World, America; the Vatican was given the new great basilica; and poor believers were given their version of Christianity.

There are many anecdotes about Martin Luther.  A few interesting ones are:

Martin Luther married one of nuns who fled together from a nunnery.  Those nuns married one after another after they came to live in towns.  But Luther married the one who were left behind while all the others found their husbands.

Martin Luther taught how to read the Bible in three ways.  But the most revolutionary way he presented was to read the Bible along with difficulties in one's real life.  Luther told that a believer should read the Bible while suffering pains and experiencing a crisis in one's life.  

So, when you see America or American Judaists, St. Peter's Basilica, and Protestants, you have to wonder how they look different while they have almost the same length of years in their deployment since around 1500.
On 15 June 1520, the Pope warned Luther with the papal bull (edict) Exsurge Domine that he risked excommunication unless he recanted 41 sentences drawn from his writings, including the 95 Theses, within 60 days. That autumn, Johann Eck proclaimed the bull in Meissen and other towns. Karl von Miltitz, a papal nuncio, attempted to broker a solution, but Luther, who had sent the Pope a copy of On the Freedom of a Christian in October, publicly set fire to the bull and decretals at Wittenberg on 10 December 1520,[61] an act he defended in Why the Pope and his Recent Book are Burned and Assertions Concerning All Articles. As a consequence, Luther was excommunicated by Pope Leo X on 3 January 1521, in the bull Decet Romanum Pontificem.

Incidentally, in 1520 the Spanish conquered Yucatán and started conquest of the Maya civilization.  European influences in America were being accelerated with bloods and violence like in ancient Palestine in the era of the Old Testament.

Dr. Martin Luther - The Protestant Reformation

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Luk 7:18 And the disciples of John shewed him of all these things.
Luk 7:19 And John calling unto him two of his disciples sent them to Jesus, saying, Art thou he that should come? or look we for another?
Luk 7:20 When the men were come unto him, they said, John Baptist hath sent us unto thee, saying, Art thou he that should come? or look we for another?
Luk 7:21 And in that same hour he cured many of their infirmities and plagues, and of evil spirits; and unto many that were blind he gave sight.
Luk 7:22 Then Jesus answering said unto them, Go your way, and tell John what things ye have seen and heard; how that the blind see, the lame walk, the lepers are cleansed, the deaf hear, the dead are raised, to the poor the gospel is preached.

Thursday, July 17, 2014

"concerning the parable" - Jesus Said, I Am the Son of God

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Jesus Said, I Am the Son of God

There is a very decisive scene depicted in the Gospel of Mark.
Mar 14:60 And the high priest stood up in the midst, and asked Jesus, saying, Answerest thou nothing? what is it which these witness against thee?
Mar 14:61 But he held his peace, and answered nothing. Again the high priest asked him, and said unto him, Art thou the Christ, the Son of the Blessed?
Mar 14:62 And Jesus said, I am: and ye shall see the Son of man sitting on the right hand of power, and coming in the clouds of heaven.
This is one of decisive pieces of evidence that this Gospel was written by Christ Jesus Himself.

First of all, this is the most important information about Christ Jesus and hence the most important paragraphs in all the entire Gospels.  This is the very core of Christianity either of 2000 years ago or of today.  And who was allowed to write these sentences without direct permission of Christ Jesus while nobody was in such a position or a situation when Christ Jesus was persecuted, crucified, and resurrected.  Therefore, the passage must have been written by Christ Jesus Himself.

This is a very, very extraordinary witness that Christ Jesus thought He himself was the Son of God.  And He confessed it not to his followers but to his enemy.  Conversely, Christ Jesus was preaching the gospel in ancient Palestine to be summoned and declare that He was the Son of God.  This situation must have been one of his goals through his mission.

In other word, if you were just a follower of Christ Jesus,  how could you write such sentences without concrete proof and direct approval from Christ Jesus since He forbade His followers and even the devils to discuss His status?
Mar 1:34 And he healed many that were sick of divers diseases, and cast out many devils; and suffered not the devils to speak, because they knew him.
Mar 3:11 And unclean spirits, when they saw him, fell down before him, and cried, saying, Thou art the Son of God.
Mar 3:12 And he straitly charged them that they should not make him known.
After resurrection, Christ Jesus worked secretly behind the scene to make Paul succeed in his preaching the gospel.  But eventually one day, Christ Jesus must have thought that it was necessary to leave a correct record of his mission.

Till the issuance of this Gospel, it was a tradition and tacit consent for early Christians not to write any books and reports on Christ Jesus.  Probably they thought that if they had delivered such a book on Christ Jesus, it would have become a grave challenge to other Judaists at the time.  Early Christians could not make unnecessary enemies from surrounding Judaists who did not yet come to believe Christ Jesus.  To compile and issue another Bible or Testament meant a clear separation of followers of Christ Jesus from other conventional Judaists.

So, the one who could write and issue the first Gospel, presenting Christ Jesus as the Son of God, which meant a decisive separation from Judaism, was Christ Jesus Himself.

The Gospel of Mark must have been written by Christ Jesus Himself, taking into account the grave meaning of declaration of Christ Jesus's being the Son of God against the whole Judaist community.

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Mar 7:17 And when he was entered into the house from the people, his disciples asked him concerning the parable.
Mar 7:18 And he saith unto them, Are ye so without understanding also? Do ye not perceive, that whatsoever thing from without entereth into the man, it cannot defile him;

Wednesday, July 16, 2014

"let him hear" - Dubious History of Hebrews

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Dubious History of Hebrews

Judaists or Hebrews did not enjoy uninterrupted independence for a very long and continuous period in the ancient world.

Roughly speaking, they built a real independent kingdom around 1200 BC but they were conquered by Babylonians around 600 BC and taken to Babylon as captives.   Though they could return to Palestine in 538 BC, Hebrews were put under rule of Persians and then successors of Alexander the Great till 160 BC.  In 63 BC, Roman general Pompey and his troops invaded Judea.  Hebrews lost independence.  Since then Judaists were virtually subject to Rome though they had nominal king till 6 CE when Judea was made a Roman province.

So, put simply, in 2000 years before the emergence of Christ Jesus, Judaists were an independent nation only for  700 years.  Especially, in 1000 years since the era of King David, they enjoyed independence only for 500 years.

Israelites never conquered Egypt, Mesopotamia, Greece, and other regions around the Mediterranean Sea except part of Palestine in the pre-Christian world.  And for 2000 years in the Christian Era, they had almost nothing to do with Palestine till 1948.

Judaists belong to their holy books more than to Palestine of today.

In addition, Christ Jesus did not tell, 2000 years ago, Isaelites to fight and defeat Romans in order to secure complete independence.

It is very dubious that Judaists have inherent right to occupy Palestine today.

1.1 Prehistory
Between 2.6 and 0.9 million years ago, at least four episodes of hominine dispersal from Africa to the Levant are known, each culturally distinct. The flint tool artifacts of these early humans have been discovered on the territory of the current state of Israel, including, at Yiron, the oldest stone tools found anywhere outside Africa.

1.2 Egyptian rule
During the 2nd millennium BC, Canaan, part of which later became known as Israel, was dominated by Egypt.

1.3 Early Israelites
The first record of the name Israel (as ysrỉꜣr) occurs in the Merneptah stele, erected for Egyptian Pharaoh Merneptah c. 1209 BCE, "Israel is laid waste and his seed is not."[7] William Dever sees this "Israel" in the central highlands as a cultural and probably political entity, more an ethnic group rather than an organized state.

1.4 Israel and Judah
The Hebrew Bible describes constant warfare between the Jews and other tribes, including the Philistines, whose capital was Gaza. The Bible states that King David founded a dynasty of kings and that his son Solomon built a Temple. No material evidence indisputably of Solomon's reign has been found.

Around 930 BCE, the kingdom split into a southern Kingdom of Judah and a northern Kingdom of Israel.

1.5 Babylonian rule 586–538 BCE
In 586 BCE King Nebuchadnezzar II of Babylon conquered Judah. According to the Hebrew Bible, he destroyed Solomon's Temple and exiled the Jews to Babylon.

2 Classical era (538 BCE–636 CE)
2.1 Persian and Hellenistic rule 538–160 BCE
In 538 BCE, Cyrus the Great of Persia conquered Babylon and took over its empire. Cyrus issued a proclamation granting subjugated nations (including the people of Judah) religious freedom (for the original text see the Cyrus Cylinder). According to the Hebrew Bible 50,000 Judeans, led by Zerubabel, returned to Judah and rebuilt the temple. A second group of 5,000, led by Ezra and Nehemiah, returned to Judah in 456 BCE although non-Jews wrote to Cyrus to try to prevent their return.

2.2 Hasmonean dynasty 160–37 BCE
The Hasmonean dynasty of (Jewish) priest-kings ruled Judea with the Pharisees, Saducees and Essenes as the principal Jewish social movements.

In 125 BCE the Hasmonean King John Hyrcanus subjugated Edom and forcibly converted the population to Judaism.[28] In 64 BCE the Roman general Pompey conquered Syria and intervened in the Hasmonean civil war in Jerusalem. In 47 BCE the lives of Julius Caesar and his protege Cleopatra were saved by 3,000 crack Jewish troops sent by King Hyrcanus II and commanded by Antipater, whose descendants Caesar made kings of Judea.[

2.3 Herodian kingdom 37 BCE–6 CE
From 37 BCE to 6 CE, the Herodian dynasty, Jewish-Roman client kings, descended from Antipater, ruled Judea. Herod the Great considerably enlarged the temple (see Herod's Temple), making it one of the largest religious structures in the world.

2.4 Roman rule 6–390
Judea was made a Roman province in 6 CE, following the transition of Judean tetrarchy into a Roman realm. Following the next decades, though prosperous, the society suffered increasing tensions between Greco-Roman and Judean populations.

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Mar 7:16 If any man have ears to hear, let him hear.

Tuesday, July 15, 2014

"he that was dead sat up" - The Gospel of Mark against Twelve Apostles

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The Gospel of Mark against Twelve Apostles

There is a very interesting but terrible paragraph in the Gospel of Mark.
Mar 8:33 But when he had turned about and looked on his disciples, he rebuked Peter, saying, Get thee behind me, Satan: for thou savourest not the things that be of God, but the things that be of men.
The context of this scene where Peter was rebuked by Christ Jesus is that He told His disciples how he would be betrayed and left by His disciples and killed eventually by "the elders, the chief priests, and scribes" but He would rise from His death in three days.  But Peter, having heard Christ Jesus speaking so openly, started to rebuke Him.  Then immediately, Christ Jesus called out, "Peter, you Satan!"  

The fact that such a terrible scenes was not erased but left in the Gospel is very meaningful.  According to a Japanese professor, it means that the Gospel of Mark was written to challenge authority of St. Peter and other 11 members of Twelve Apostles.
In Mark the disciples, and especially the Twelve, move from lack of perception of Jesus to rejection of the "way of suffering" to flight and denial – even the women who received the first proclamation of his resurrection can be seen as failures for not reporting the good news. There is much discussion of this theme among scholars. Some argue that the author of Mark was using the disciples to correct "erroneous" views in his own community concerning the reality of the suffering messiah, others that it is an attack on the Jerusalem branch of the church for resisting the extension of the gospel to the gentiles, or a mirror of the convert's usual experience of the initial enthusiasm followed by growing awareness of the necessity for suffering. It certainly reflects the strong theme in Mark of Jesus as the "suffering just one" portrayed in so many of the books of the Jewish scriptures, from Jeremiah to Job and the Psalms, but especially in the "Suffering Servant" passages Isaiah. It also reflects the Jewish scripture theme of God's love being met by infidelity and failure, only to be renewed by God. And in the real-world context in which the gospel was written, the persecutions of the Christians of Rome under Nero, the failure of the disciples and Jesus' denial by Peter himself would have been powerful symbols of faith, hope and reconciliation.
So it looks natural that Protestants since Martin Luther (1483-1546) have claimed that believers should only refer to the Bible but should not trust blindly the Vatican.  Indeed in the Gospel of Mark, Christ Jesus called Peter Satan.
All four gospels tell a story in which Jesus' death and resurrection are the crucial redemptive events.[55] There are, however, important differences between the four:

- Unlike Matthew and Luke, Mark does not trace Jesus' ancestry back to King David, and there is no mention that he is the offspring of a virgin mother and a divine father

- Unlike John, Mark never calls Jesus "God", nor does he claim that Jesus existed as a divine being prior to his earthly life
Today most of scholars don't think that this Gospel was written by Mark who followed St. Peter.  If Mark had written this Gospel, it would have been an unforgivable act to depict Peter in such a manner.

In my theory, the Gospel of the Mark was written by Christ Jesus Himself who resurrected and continued to live secretly, helping Paul secretly and promoting diffusion of His teaching secretly.  As His Apostles and followers who survived the tragedy of His crucifixion to continue to live around Jerusalem did not preach and teach His teaching in a manner that satisfied Christ Jesus, He must have decided to present His version of the Bible.

If this theory should be proved, the Gospel of Mark will be renamed the Gospel of Jesus Himself.

In this case, the Vatican will be totally demoted if its religious merit is not totally forfeited.

...most scholars agree that Mark is the earliest gospel, most likely written in mid 60's A.D. Unlike Matthew and Luke, Mark does not contain many of the teachings of Jesus, such as the Sermon on the Mount; nor does Mark include the birth narrative of Jesus and post-resurrection appearances 

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Luk 7:13 And when the Lord saw her, he had compassion on her, and said unto her, Weep not.
Luk 7:14 And he came and touched the bier: and they that bare him stood still. And he said, Young man, I say unto thee, Arise.
Luk 7:15 And he that was dead sat up, and began to speak. And he delivered him to his mother.
Luk 7:16 And there came a fear on all: and they glorified God, saying, That a great prophet is risen up among us; and, That God hath visited his people.

Monday, July 14, 2014

"called his father Jacob to him" - Christ Jesus after Resurection in Reality

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Christ Jesus after Resurection in Reality

Where did Christ Jesus go after resurrection as a matter of reality?

From a religious point of view, we can simply believe what the Gospels tell: Christ Jesus ascended to Heaven while followers were watching.  But in reality, where did he go?

Probably He was in Damascus.  And He met Saul coming from Jerusalem to persecute followers of Christ Jesus.  Then Saul got through the well-know conversion process to change his name to Paul.  And Paul started to travel preaching the gospel as if he had been guided by Christ Jesus.

In other word, Christ Jesus needed somebody to act as his locum tenens.  As Christ Jesus became an enemy of the Roman Empire, He could not act overly.  So, He chose Paul for a large scale mission to gentiles or to those who lived outside Palestine.  But, it is considered that Christ Jesus traveled and moved along with Paul and his followers.  That is why Paul sometimes heard voices of a holy spirit on his way so as to change a route and an itinerary.  Christ Jesus gave warning to Paul so that Paul could avoid unnecessary troubles and dangers.

With this strong direct support from Christ Jesus, Paul could carry out his mission to regions covering Asia Minor and Greece in three times.

Paul probably could not spot Christ Jesus walking with him or traveling with him.  But in a village ahead of Paul or in a town behind Paul, Christ Jesus in a very humble form must have been working so as to work miracles to support Paul's efforts to preach the gospel.  Therefore, voices of a holy spirit or an angel Paul sometimes heard, according to the the ACTs of the Apostles, must have been actually from Christ Jesus.

But Paul traveled to Rome eventually.  Did Christ Jesus go with Paul to Rome?  Probably yes.
Paul remained in Rome for at least two years (Acts 28:30), where, despite being a prisoner, he wrote a very large part of what we now have as the New Testament (see New Testament Fact File) - epistles to the Ephesians (see also Ephesus), Philippians, Colossians, Philemon, and possibly Hebrews. Although the Bible record does not include his fate, most scholars believe that he was eventually acquitted of the charges and released in 63 or 64 A.D., upon which he made his way back through Greece and Asia Minor (i.e. Turkey) before again being arrested and returned to Rome where he was martyred, by beheading, or torn apart by wild animals in the arena before a cheering crowd, about 67 A.D., during the time of Emperor Nero.
In the meantime, probably Christ Jesus went back to Jerusalem to lead believers out of the city with Peter before the start of the First Jewish–Roman War (66–73 CE).
At Pentecost in 66 C.E., however, the sign of God’s abandonment of the Temple at Jerusalem was given to the 24 chief priests who ministered in the inner sanctuary: “We are leaving from here.” This was a signal to Peter (and to the remaining Christians in Jerusalem) to flee the city — and they did. Most retired to Pella about 60 miles northeast of Jerusalem, from where they probably were quickly transported by their Greek neighbors into safer areas. In some regions east of the Jordan the Gentiles “escorted to the frontiers any who chose to emigrate” of those Jews “who showed no revolutionary designs.”

The apostle Peter may have been with these last remnants of Christians to leave Judaea. But he did not remain in Pella, or any area of the Middle East. He had an important mission to perform before he died. The apostle Paul was at that time in prison at Rome. And since it was then apparent that Christ was not returning in that generation, it became imperative to bring together a set of standard books (like those of the Old Testament) for later Christians which would have the authority of the apostles behind them.

The maintenance of purity within Christian doctrine required a diligent effort of the leading apostles to provide a canon of New Testament scriptures which would last “until the day dawn” (2 Peter 1:19). Thus, it appears that Peter in the summer of 66 C.E. journeyed, via Pella, to Rome to see the apostle Paul about this very matter. Indeed, there would have been no other reason for Peter to have gone to the capital city of the Empire, other than to consult with Paul before his death concerning the canonization of the New Testament which was the most important endeavor that the apostles could leave for future generations.

Peter and Paul in Rome

There can really be no doubt that Peter finally went to Rome and that he and Paul conversed together shortly before their deaths. About 170 C.E. Dionysius, who was the minister in charge of the Corinthian church, mentioned that both apostles “taught together in Italy and were martyred about the same time.” 8 Irenaeus also said that the congregation of Rome was established and founded “by the two most glorious apostles Peter and Paul.” 9 Then there was Gaius, a Roman elder who lived near the end of the 2nd century. He said that it was possible to point to the very tombs of the apostles Peter and Paul in the vicinity of Rome. These were the tombs “of those who founded this church [the church at Rome].”
Then after death of St. Paul and St. Peter, where did Christ Jesus go? At least something grave must have happened to Christ Jesus in the Italian Peninsula in 79 AD.
In the year of 79 AD, Mount Vesuvius erupted in one of the most catastrophic and famous eruptions of all time. Historians have learned about the eruption from the eyewitness account of Pliny the Younger, a Roman administrator and poet.

Mount Vesuvius spawned a deadly cloud of stones, ash and fumes to a height of 33 km (20.5 mi), spewing molten rock and pulverized pumice at the rate of 1.5 Mt/s, ultimately releasing a hundred thousand times the thermal energy released by the Hiroshima bombing.[1] The towns of Pompeii and Herculaneum were destroyed by pyroclastic flows and the ruins buried under dozens of feet of tephra.[1][32] An estimated 16,000 people died from the eruption.    
With a great pillar of fire from Mt. Vesuvius, Christ Jesus might have ascended to Heaven eventually.

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Act 7:13 And at the second time Joseph was made known to his brethren; and Joseph's kindred was made known unto Pharaoh.
Act 7:14 Then sent Joseph, and called his father Jacob to him, and all his kindred, threescore and fifteen souls.
Act 7:15 So Jacob went down into Egypt, and died, he, and our fathers,
Act 7:16 And were carried over into Sychem, and laid in the sepulchre that Abraham bought for a sum of money of the sons of Emmor the father of Sychem.
Act 7:17 But when the time of the promise drew nigh, which God had sworn to Abraham, the people grew and multiplied in Egypt,
Act 7:18 Till another king arose, which knew not Joseph.

Sunday, July 13, 2014

"he hardened Pharaoh's heart" - Magnesium to Replace Uranium

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Magnesium to Replace Uranium

Before the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant got into a big trouble due to an M9.0 earthquake and a 15-meter high subsequent tsunami in 2011, some scientists paid attention to magnesium for its huge potential as material to replace uranium as an electric power source.
Magnesium: Alternative Power Source
Apr 23, 2010 by John Messina 
( -- There is enough magnesium to meet the world's energy needs for the next 300,000 years, says Dr. Takashi Yabe of the Tokyo Institute of Technology.
Magnesium is abundant in the world; however the production of magnesium is neither cheap or clean. There are various ways of extracting magnesium, ranging from an electrolytic process to high temperature method called the Pidgeon process. 
Dr. Yabe has devised a high temperature solution by concentrating solar collectors and a solar-pump laser to reach a temperature of 3,700 degrees centigrade. This high heat method is used to burn magnesium oxide extracted from seawater. The solar-pumped laser is necessary to help obtain this high temperature because concentrated solar energy alone would not be enough to generate 3,700 degrees C.
Engineers at MagPower have developed a metal-air cell that uses water and ambient air to react with a magnesium anode, to generate electricity. A magnesium based version of the lithium-ion rechargeable cell has been created by Dr. Doron Aurbach at Bar-Ilan University in Israel. 
Magnesium is highly reactive and stores a lot of energy. Researchers are now devising ways to extract energy from magnesium in a more controlled method.
In terms of prevention of global warming or suppression of CO2 generation, the magnesium-based electricity generation is advantageous.
The Magnesium Civilization 
Alternative new source of energy to oil 
We can burn hydrogen which is generated from magnesium and water. The reaction between magnesium and water also generates heat. Through clever use of this heat, the hydrogen generated from the reaction can be burned to produce high-temperature, high-pressure steam. This steam can then be used to rotate turbine to obtain mechanical power, or it can be used for electrical power generation.

In this case, the amount of heat generated from 1kg of magnesium is 25 Mega Joules including the heat generated by burning hydrogen. Coal, on the other hand, generates 30 Mega Joules, which is slightly higher than that from magnesium. However, there is nothing useful remaining after coal is burned; it is not easy to dispose of cinder, and a large amount of carbon dioxide (CO₂) is produced as coal burns.

On the other hand, magnesium oxide, which is produced as magnesium burns (reacts with oxygen), can be recycled to obtain magnesium. The only substances that are produced through burning magnesium are magnesium oxide and water (generated through burning hydrogen) and there is no carbon dioxide emission. There may be a time in the future when magnesium is burned instead of coal at electrical power generation plants.   
In comparison with lithium-ion batteries, magnesium-based batteries look more efficient while magnesium is less expensive.
These properties make our fuel cells extremely low-cost to produce; magnesium is 100 less expensive than lithium, the key ingredient in lithium-ion batteries, now the dominant player in fuel cell markets. 
The lightness also makes magnesium-powered fuel cells highly portable — and natural choices for applications where reduced weight is a benefit.
Magnesium also has tremendous untapped potential for high-energy generation potential. Aquapower has already developed and tested low-cost magnesium energy cells with power output doubling that of lithium ion batteries. 
Specific power is the battery’s ability to deliver power in watts per kilogram (Wh/kg).
Magnesium cell: 420 watt hours/kg
Lithium Ion battery: 200 watt hours/kg

There are 1800 trillion tons of magnesium in the sea water covering the earth.  This amount is equivalent to 100,000 years of consumption of crude oil.  Magnesium is taken from the sea to be refined.  And it is burnt in a power generation plant where magnesium oxide is output along with electricity.  This magnesium oxide undergoes application of a solar-pumped laser, resulting in conversion from magnesium oxide to pure magnesium.  Then this recycled magnesium goes into the same cycle for power generation and application of a laser as the figure below shows.

The point at issue is that we don't need to use uranium for electricity generation.  We must stop using dangerous uranium but start using environmentally-friendly magnesium.


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Exo 7:13 And he hardened Pharaoh's heart, that he hearkened not unto them; as the LORD had said.
Exo 7:14 And the LORD said unto Moses, Pharaoh's heart is hardened, he refuseth to let the people go.
Exo 7:15 Get thee unto Pharaoh in the morning; lo, he goeth out unto the water; and thou shalt stand by the river's brink against he come; and the rod which was turned to a serpent shalt thou take in thine hand.
Exo 7:16 And thou shalt say unto him, The LORD God of the Hebrews hath sent me unto thee, saying, Let my people go, that they may serve me in the wilderness: and, behold, hitherto thou wouldest not hear.
Exo 7:17 Thus saith the LORD, In this thou shalt know that I am the LORD: behold, I will smite with the rod that is in mine hand upon the waters which are in the river, and they shall be turned to blood.