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Author Topic:   Numerological Arguments that the Speed of Light was Designed
Stile
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Message 18 of 108 (806586)
04-26-2017 2:27 PM
Reply to: Message 15 by Davidjay
04-26-2017 10:41 AM


Re: Who made the Sun, Moon, and Earth Distances & Ratios ?
Davidjay, with my bolding writes:

It is about exact measurements and exact speeds, and exact times.

Okay.

Davidjay, with my bolding writes:

We know now that its generalized diameter is 7920 miles...


Huh.

For is it by chance that the MOON is 216,000 miles away from the Earth, 1/100th of its diameter size

Actually, the moon is 239,000 miles away from the Earth. Making it more like 1/110.6 of its diameter size.

So, is it exact or generalized or just wrong?
Is the Lord's design spot on, or just kinda smudgy-close if you squint your eyes and fudge the numbers?


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Message 37 of 108 (806697)
04-27-2017 10:40 AM
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04-27-2017 10:22 AM


Re: Who made the Sun, Moon, and Earth Distances & Ratios ?
Yes.

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