This is a very interesting video. I am not sure if his math is perfect, but this does give us a good view of what the new city will be like. It's
pretty exciting to think over. I remember looking up the length of a furlong once and remembered arriving at the same number he does. 1500 miles
square. This guy puts it into a unique perspective.
Wow, 1500 square miles is impressive... but 1500 miles tall? To put it into perspective, the diameter of the Earth is roughly 8000 miles. The outer
layer of Earth's atmosphere - the exosphere - is only about 620 miles up. That would make the center of the city right around where oxygen ends and
outer space begins, a modern day tower of Babel.
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New Jerusalem is going to be one huge starship bro. 1500 miles high it will be sticking out into space. Actually the majority of New Jerusalem will
be in space and the base of the city will probably be the landing gear. No wonder we need bodies like the angels, there's no air in space. People just
don't understand the scope of that city if they don't know that you hit vacuum 20 miles up. It aint a city it's a starship and a giant one at
that...good grief...i hope i ain't a farmer in heaven 127 million acres is too much land for me.
Wow, i'm still trying to pick my eyes up off the floor they popped out of my sockets.
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Just a thought, with the creation of a New Heaven and a New Earth, it's possible that the dimensions will change. The only reference to size is to
the city being 1500 miles cubed. The New Earth may in fact be enlarged to accommodate a city of this size, scripture doesn't say one way or the
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