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A new idea...
« on: August 02, 2009, 06:42:55 PM »
So I have been reading the bible recently and I have been focused on the four main areas concerning the end, Daniel, Ezekiel, Mathew, and of course revelations.
so Based on connections and certain statements I have came to a very annoying conclusion.
In Daniel when God says that no man will know the ends coming until it comes, God was not lying, regardless of how much we study we will never know when it will happen and this is for obvious reasons.
To simply put it, this is caused by a flaw in time
we abide by a linear time system that we developed to help organize our world, well this universe does not abide by this system, and even further God does not abide by either our simplistic system nor the mysterious universal time system that he designed.
In Ezekiel it says that the end will come for a time, a times, and half a time
this to me means present, future, and past
I believe that God can intercept the world at anytime during the universes history and because he has this power the time of the end is in god hand within gods time
now because of this I believe the apocalypse will happen during all time
every instance of time will feel the same experience.
this means that the dinosaurs and the prehistoric man and the advanced men of the future as well as us in our present time will all see the same thing at the same time in the universe's discourse
and because God will have this happen at the planned time within his time we can never know but when it happens all people who are living now, have lived and will live will feel it during their own lifetime
it is confusing but then again shouldnt it be?
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Re: A new idea...
« Reply #1 on: August 02, 2009, 06:48:39 PM »
Would make sense. I mean, if God made the universe, he'd have a much greater understanding of it than us. After all, as you've said, we're the ones who have invented a linear time system to schedule our lives. It's probably not how it works in reality, we've just not understood how it truly works yet.
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Re: A new idea...
« Reply #2 on: August 02, 2009, 07:55:48 PM »
and unfortunately we never will, because one can only truly understand the tings that are created by him/ her.
we will never truly understand the universe because although we can make good observations we can never know the dynamics behind what we are designing
lol but we can try
I think being a true pursuer of knowledge is knowing that you will never know enough
and being one of science is knowing that science will always be flawed, it will always be imperfect
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Re: A new idea...
« Reply #3 on: August 02, 2009, 10:31:46 PM »
Wise words, KillFast :-P You're right, we can't truly understand something we didn't create ourselves. That's why science, magick, anything, really, is based on theories.
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Re: A new idea...
« Reply #4 on: August 03, 2009, 12:32:57 PM »
Isn't quantum mechanics supposed to be completely random occurrences? I might be wrong, that's just what I thought I remembered...
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Re: A new idea...
« Reply #5 on: August 03, 2009, 01:11:38 PM »
actually no it is not about random occurnces in fact it it closely tied in to intelligent design
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Re: A new idea...
« Reply #6 on: August 03, 2009, 02:50:52 PM »
Oh, okay. Isn't it supposed to be based on the principle that you can't tell the exact location and velocity of an atom at any given time? That's why Einstein didn't accept QM, because he thought that you could predict the location of any single atom at any given time.
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Re: A new idea...
« Reply #7 on: August 25, 2009, 01:31:59 AM »
The only problem is that our depending on these theories has caused major fractures and cracks in the foundations of even some of our basic sciences (e.i. aerodynamics, by our laws bumblebees shouldnt be able to fly)

I think attuning our science into a higher science that is closely linked to intelligent design and the quantum approach will help advance our technologies and increase the amount of in depth knowledge and understanding about what we design and what has been designed



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Flight

According to 20th century folklore, the laws of aerodynamics prove that the bumblebee should be incapable of flight, as it does not have the capacity (in terms of wing size or beats per second) to achieve flight with the degree of wing loading necessary. Not being aware of scientists 'proving' it cannot fly, the bumblebee succeeds under "the power of its own ignorance".[25] The origin of this myth has been difficult to pin down with any certainty. John McMasters recounted an anecdote about an unnamed Swiss aerodynamicist at a dinner party who performed some rough calculations and concluded, presumably in jest, that according to the equations, bumblebees cannot fly.[26] In later years McMasters has backed away from this origin, suggesting that there could be multiple sources, and that the earliest he has found was a reference in the 1934 French book Le vol des insectes; they had applied the equations of air resistance to insects and found that their flight was impossible, but that "One shouldn't be surprised that the results of the calculations don't square with reality".[27]

Some credit physicist Ludwig Prandtl (1875–1953) of the University of Göttingen in Germany with popularizing the myth. Others say it was Swiss gas dynamicist Jacob Ackeret (1898–1981) who did the calculations.

In 1934, French entomologist Antoine Magnan included the following passage in the introduction to his book Le Vol des Insectes:

    Tout d'abord poussé par ce qui fait en aviation, j'ai appliqué aux insectes les lois de la résistance de l'air, et je suis arrivé avec M. SAINTE-LAGUE a cette conclusion que leur vol est impossible.

This means:

    First prompted by the fact of aviation, I have applied the laws of the resistance of air to insects, and I arrived, with Mister Sainte-Lague, at the conclusion that their flight is impossible.

Magnan refers to his assistant André Sainte-Laguë who was, apparently, an engineer.

It is believed that the calculations which purported to show that bumblebees cannot fly are based upon a simplified linear treatment of oscillating aerofoils. The method assumes small amplitude oscillations without flow separation. This ignores the effect of dynamic stall, an airflow separation inducing a large vortex above the wing, which briefly produces several times the lift of the aerofoil in regular flight. More sophisticated aerodynamic analysis shows that the bumblebee can fly because its wings encounter dynamic stall in every oscillation cycle.[28]

Another description of a bee's wing function is that the wings work similarly to helicopter blades, "reverse-pitch semirotary helicopter blades".

Bees beat their wings approximately 200 times a second, which is 10–20 times as fast as nerve impulses can fire. They achieve this because their thorax muscles do not expand and contract on each nerve firing, but rather vibrate like a plucked rubber band.
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