Dinosaurs 9

Posted: February 19, 2015 in Dinosaurs
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Welcome.  No one knows exactly how dinosaurs became extinct but let’s read one possible theory.

The bible tells us the young earth was different from the earth of today.

Genesis 1:6-7  And God said, “Let there be an expanse between the waters to separate water from water.  So God
made the expanse and separated the water under the expanse from the water above it.  And it was so.

These scriptures describe a wall of water that surrounds the earth above the sky.  As a result, the earth
was protected by a layer of water which produced a greenhouse or tropical effect.  A greenhouse or tropical 
environment over the entire earth.

As the pictures above illustrate, shortwave radiation(more intense) from the sun would pass through the layer of
water and be diffused or scattered in many different directions.  The shortwave radiation would be trapped inside
the layer, creating radiated heat similar to a greenhouse or tropical effect.  A greenhouse or tropical environ- 
ment over the entire earth.

The layer of water that surrounded the earth was useful in filtering harmful shortwave radiation.  Without this 
layer of water, unequal heating of the earth’s surface would take place, causing extreme climate
differences, pressure changes and wind extremes.  This is the condition of the today’s earth.

In today’s earth, exposure to shortwave radiation without being filtered is harmful to life.  It can cause genetic
changes within the chromosomes of the cell and cause the acceleration of the aging process.

With the protection of the water layer surrounding the earth;  plants, animals and people would live healthier, live
longer and become much larger.

Next week, we will read the archeological evidence that the young earth was tropical and that plants and animals
were much bigger than they are in todays earth.

Thank you so much for reading.  God bless.

Jeff

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