I'm trying to connect biblical history with science.
- I used the
Law of conservation of energy
The law of conservation of energy states that energy can neither be created nor destroyed - only converted from one form of energy to another. This means that a system always has the same amount of energy, unless it's added from the outside.
pure spirit, but every piece of him is an
Using the Reverse formula of $E = mc^2$ (Creating energy using matter) $mc^2 = E$ (Creating matter using energy), and the
all-purpose miracle to produce energy, He will create matter inside the Universe container.
- Conflicting timelapse
Scientifically, the universe's age is around 13.7 billion years old. Bible states that God created universe in 6 days.
In this matter, verses in the bible stated that God's 1 day is not 24 hours, but the most significant verse stated is
God predicted the modern war will have its pause that lasts around half an hour.
This is probably the infamous World War 1 and World War 2, so his
around half an hour is 21 years (End of first world war: 1918 and the start of 2nd world war: 1939).
This setup is not yet complete, i'm still working on the exact time.
- Guiding the future Earth
During the creation of Big-Bang, every matter and energy is calculated perfect in order to place the future Galaxies, future Solar System, and future Earth. Any miscalculations will require the
Lastly, creation of bacteria (including future animals (including humans)) will also require
What are the other things that will affect my setup? Is there anything I missed? What are the consequences of this setup?
Everything inside this Universe are all made of 2 things,
Matter, but there is third thing which is
This mysterious thing so-called
all purpose miracle) are matterless/energyless, it can't affect anything inside the universe unless it converts into something (either matter or energy)
God (the pure Spirit) can enter this universe and go back to God's realm at will.
In this reasoning, it can travel through anything, and can conjure anything in thin air.