posted on Apr, 2 2014 @ 10:55 AM
Ok, so I watched the latest episode of COSMOS and it was just more of the same. So they travel to the far reaches of the universe to the edge of time
and are simply stumped. They don't know how the universe started, what was before it began, or why anything does what it does. Again, no answers just
that they claim God had no part in it, why? Because of the speed of light no less.
Not very long into the show, with a somewhat mysterious sounding voice, he says, "there are some the believe that the universe is only 65 hundred
years old... He doesn't care to tell us who those people are. But you probably already know who they are, and that's the bliss of it all. You can
poke a little fun at those Christians and not even have to say the word Christian.
You see, light travels at 186 thousand miles per second so that means that Christians are fools right? And they know this because they've been all
over the universe and they understand it so well with all of it's twisting gravity waves and all that mass, dark energy, and so on. They are so sure
that time and space act the same way everywhere, because, well, because they say so.
Yet, if one were to open up a Bible and look at What God says about the universe they would see something amazing. They would see the universe is very
old indeed, and the earth is very old, perhaps billions of years or so old. They would see that it says that the universe was unfolded and stretched
out and spread. Something much like expansion. That light was the first thing to exist after the expansion. Sounds like what science is now claiming,
The funniest thing though, and they would have to admit it, is that when the expansion happened and the universe spread out everywhere all at once.
They would have to admit that everything expanded at far greater than the speed of light.
In any case, the show was a real disappointment again. pseudo-science with a little philosophical thoughts and jabs aimed at Christianity and God.
They should label the show science fantasy. After all he travels about the universe in a magic spaceship that can break all of the laws of science.