April 22nd

The Hawking Effect and the Windows of Heaven

I clothe the heavens with blackness, and I make sackcloth their covering.

(Isaiah 50:3) KJV

One of our favorite books is “A Brief History of Time,” by Stephen Hawking. In this and his other books Hawking expands the use of the scientific method as an inductive tool. He opened up the realm of plausibility.

In so doing Hawking redefined the term “scientific knowledge.”

Scientific knowledge: anecdotal evidence combined with probability means it’s a reasonable assumption.

– Scientific knowledge, a definition for the post-Hawking popular science (SciPop) Trekkie generation

We all have the same evidence. Our choice of paradigm determines what we think it’s evidence of.

Matty’s Razor

Einstein showed us that an inductive approach was perfect for rationalizing scientific experiments that fit a desired premise, because the experiments were designed within the paradigm which gave rise to the premise. Unfortunately, no one bothered to prove the paradigm. Hawking took it a step further to no longer need experiments or a premise, all we have to do is sound plausible.

Hawking gathered up all of the loose ends of physics from the last 100 years or so and wove them into THE NARRATIVE, the reason for our existence, which sounded plausible. It’s conclusion was that no creative act was required, and since it incorporated all of the varied and fragmentary work of the great minds of history it was a best seller. Hawking wove it so seamlessly together that he made it seem as if his conclusion was obvious. Of course that was what happened. What else would it have been?

This has had a profound effect on the scientific method as employed by Trekkie scientists.

The Scientific Method Post Hawking

  • If it’s plausible it’s possible.
  • If it’s possible it happened.
  • It has to have happened because we exist.
  • The chances of us existing are so remotely tiny that our existence proves our hypothesis (whatever it is).

Faith is believing in something that you can’t see, because of evidence.

– Faith, definition

Black Hole/Dark Matter Induction

Along the way Hawking delved deeply into work that had been taking place alongside the idea that the universe was expanding. Black holes. This was no longer speculative in Hawking’s mind. This was necessary as the only way to avoid the gravitational collapse of the universe. Whether or not redshift was a reliable indicator of the rate of expansion of the universe didn’t matter once the ideas of black holes and dark energy were dreamed up.

Black holes don’t exist. Supposed pictures of them are images of black things. Their identification as the source of gravitational waves is circumstantial at best. They’re a mathematical prediction required to balance out the physics of a speculative false paradigm.

We’re well aware that the mainstream science community (SciPop) can now proudly point to the first ever picture of a black hole, but tomorrow we’ll show you why it’s not a picture of a black hole.

The problem that Hawking found with black holes is that, in order to balance out the %90 of the mass of the universe which appears to be missing, they would have to be evenly distributed throughout the universe, literally everywhere. That’s why SciPop had to invent dark matter. Dark matter is a placeholder term for a force that seems to be pushing the universe apart. Except that the universe isn’t being pushed apart, that’s an inductive rationalization of evidence to fit the prevailing narrative. It’s not based on actual evidence or a testable hypothesis, so it’s not scientific.

The universe isn’t expanding. There’s a source of gravitational attraction on the edge of space holding the cosmos in its current stable state. The firmament. We can’t see it because its inner surface is black. However SciPop has detected quasars which are a rather remarkable phenomenon. Here’s some inductive rationalization about quasars:

Quasar, definition

A quasar (/ˈkweɪzɑːr/) (also quasi-stellar object or QSO) is an active galactic nucleus of very high luminosity. A quasar consists of a supermassive black hole surrounded by an orbiting accretion disk of gas. As gas in the accretion disk falls toward the black hole, energy is released in the form of electromagnetic radiation. Quasars emit energy across the electromagnetic spectrum and can be observed at radio, infrared, visible, ultraviolet, and X-ray wavelengths. The most powerful quasars have luminosities exceeding 1041 W, thousands of times greater than the luminosity of a large galaxy such as the Milky Way.

Wikipedia

This is the Hawking Effect, where science jargon is used to validate ideas from the Star Trek universe. Since there aren’t any distant galaxies there can’t be any active galactic nuclei. There aren’t black holes either so there can’t be one at the heart of each quasar. A quasar looks like a star which is both much larger than any of the others and much further away. The geometry of the SciPop paradigm causes these to be outrageously huge, which is why the universe ought to be collapsing.

The SciPop cosmological model is a ridiculously massive bubble which should collapse but hasn’t, and no one knows why. Theoretically it’s as substantial as breaking wind but people love Star Trek, so peer review signed off on it.


The reason for creation is the manifestation of sentient life with free will.

– The Reason for Creation

Windows of Heaven Deduction

In the six hundredth year of Noah’s life, in the second month, the seventeenth day of the month, the same day were all the fountains of the great deep broken up, and the windows of heaven were opened.

(Genesis 7:11) KJV

The fountains also of the deep and the windows of heaven were stopped, and the rain from heaven was restrained;

(Genesis 8:2) KJV

On the other hand, considering what we know of the firmament as a rigid sphere of brightly shining crystal on the edge of space, above which is (or was) a body of water, we can deduce something about them. If the windows of heaven are channels in the firmament through which water flowed in the time of Noah, then these may be places where the black covering on the inner surface of the firmament is absent.

Clouds and darkness are round about him: righteousness and judgment are the habitation of his throne.

(Psalms 97:2) KJV

We’ve also considered that sections of the firmament have been used throughout history as movable platforms which can travel from heaven to Earth and back. Is it possible that the movable sections of crystalline material could have been rolled out of the way to allow the passage of water, then moved back into place to shut it off? Is it also possible that in the process some of them may have become detached such that the holes are now permanently open?

This gives us a reason for why the things we call quasars exist, and provides a source of material for Biblical phenomenon such as this one recorded in Exodus:

And they saw the God of Israel: and there was under his feet as it were a paved work of a sapphire stone, and as it were the body of heaven in his clearness.

(Exodus 24:10) KJV

You may be skeptical, but we have empirical evidence of this phenomenon.

One of the largest blueshifts is found in the narrow-line quasar, PG 1543+489, which has a relative velocity of -1150 km/s

Wikipedia

Apparently Earth is due for a visit. One of the windows of heaven is presently on its way here. We also have another predictive testable hypothesis. If the windows of heaven were opened and closed during Noah’s flood, could there be some evidence of this on the Earth? It’s called the Iridium anomaly, and we’ll cover it during the daily devotional for August, Noah’s flood.


Salvation

  1. Call upon the name of Jesus Christ,
    • believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead,
  2. confess your sin.


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