Thursday, October 13, 2016

"let your peace come upon it" - Simulation for Understanding the Bible

Inside a Train Vehicle around Tokyo

Simulation for Understanding the Bible

Suppose that an earth is a button with the diameter of 1 cm (a little less than a half inch) or half the diameter of a US five-cent coin.

Put the button on the home base of a ball park.  Then put a tire of a truck with the diameter of 1 meter (or 3 feet) on the wall behind the center field 118 meters (350 feet) far from the home base.

In this configuration, the half-inch button on the home base is the earth, and the 3-foot truck tire on the center-field wall is the sun.

Can you believe the button will go around the sun by power of gravitation if the mass of the tire is 330,000 times larger than that of the button.  (If the tire is made of concrete while the button weighs 1 gram, it might satisfy this condition.)

If you simply put the button and the concrete tire in the space in this configuration, the button will not circulate around the tire like the sun circulating around the sun.  As time goes by, the button will simply move to the tire and stick to it due to gravity.

For the earth to go around the sun, there must be specific past conditions where components of the earth were created while they were from the beginning going around the sun.

So, if you only read the Bible, you cannot attain real understanding of the religion and salvation of your souls.  You have to simulate how the Bible was created.

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Mat 10:13 And if the house be worthy, let your peace come upon it: but if it be not worthy, let your peace return to you.