Nephilim 8

Posted: March 10, 2016 in Nephilim
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Fantastic sun rays striking through clouds. Graphic effects are applied for a more dramatic image

This week, what happened during the flood that caused people to live shorter lives and grow shorter in stature?
This is a review of what we studied in Dinosaurs page 9.

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.

There use to be a water layer that surrounded the earth.  Shortwave radiation from the sun used to pass through
the water layer and be diffused or scattered in many directions.  The shortwave radiation would be trapped
inside the water layer, creating radiated heat similar to a greenhouse or tropical environment over
the entire earth.  See picture above.

During the flood, the water layer above was released.  Without the upper water layer, sun rays concentrate
toward the center of the earth as it rotates.  What we call the equator.  This resulted in the northern and
southern tips to ice over.

The result is unequal heating of the earth’s surface, causing extreme climate differences, pressure changes, and
wind extremes.  More importantly, exposure to shortwave radiation without being filtered is harmful
to life.  It can cause genetic changes within the chromosome of the cell and cause the acceleration
of the aging process.  Life spans are shortened and people grow shorter.

Next week, why were some people still very tall after the flood?  For example, Goliath was nine feet tall.

Thank you so much for reading.  God bless.

Jeff

 

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