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Research: God did speak world into existence
Student's scientific documentation offers evidence of biblical account
Posted: February 11, 2007
9:35 p.m. Eastern
© 2007 WorldNetDaily.com
A science student in Kentucky says when the Bible records God spoke, and things were created, that's just what happened, and he can support that with scientific experiments.
"If God spoke everything into existence as the Genesis record proposes, then we should be able to scientifically prove that the construction of everything in the universe begins with a) the Holy Spirit (magnetic field); Light (an electric field); and c) that Light can be created by a sonic influence or sound," Samuel J. Hunt writes on his website.
"there are several documented and currently taught laboratory experiments that accurately portray the events in Genesis in sequential order, the most important being that of sonoluminescence," he wrote.
That, he described to WND, is the circumstance in which sending a sonic signal into bubbles in a fluid causes the bubbles to collapse and they release photons, or create light.
That aligns with one of the earlier descriptions of the creation by God, when, in Genesis 1:1-3, the Holy Spirit moved upon the face of the deep, which generally is considered water, and said "Let there be light," he explained.
God was sending a sonic influence into the waters, and basically creating light, Hunt said. He's documented his theory, and the experiments he believes back it up, in his "Episteme Scientia, the Law of All that Is."
Researchers at institutions no less than UCLA and the University of Chicago have verified the production of light from bubbles when sound is passed through a liquid, called sonoluminescence.
Hunt said he was spurred on in his work because the advanced physics and other courses he was taking were advancing propositions that sometimes didn't match up.
"the further I went, the more my questions seemed to be being answered in the Genesis record," he told WND.
His abstract states, "an examination of the sequential mathematical and experimental dual proof of the Genesis record of origins underlying the institution of all that is in the universe – from waves to matter to the mind."
Hunt said science has been proving the Genesis account in classrooms for centuries, "in spite of the fervency to promote evolution and big bang theories."
A student at Western Kentucky University in Bowling Green, Hunt said his questions started very simply.
"I asked my professors in physics and chemistry, 'what if I could scientifically prove that all matter was spoken into existence and that all matter could be manipulated by sound just as Genesis says? Wouldn't that mean God exists and created the universe?" he asked.
"Nobody's every done that before," was the response.
His 84-page treatise, now published, addresses that, he said.
Hunt said he believes every event in Genesis can be observed to be happening daily.
"either you experience a universe of chaos or a universe of order and processes that produce immediate and calculable results," he wrote. "the results of my research support and prove that everything that exists was spoken into existence from waves to matter to mind."
"My professors think my application of accepted laws and theories may bend the rules a bit, but the ideas are thought-provoking and progressive," he said.
The website describes the integration of several mathematical systems including "Phi, Pi, L-systems, Penrose tiling, and an all-encompassing Koch curve."
The outline, available at scienceprovescreation.com, already has sold more than 1,700 copies.
Hunt said his goal was to be able to provide experiments that would explain the Genesis creation story – in the order the Bible records events happened.
"some of my teachers are like, 'That's complete hogwash,'" he said, "while others say, 'That's pretty interesting.'"
His goal is to bring a unity to the Christian community, "just like the founders of our nation expected and wanted from the Constitution."
The documentation of his processes, Hunt believes, could end debate.
"People want to know the truth, to have something to stand on that's not trickery and deceit," he said. "this gives people something real to touch, hang on to."
Some of my teachers are like, 'That's complete hogwash'
I want to know what his doctors say though
Maybe it's your truth, but not mine. sorry.
His goal is to bring a unity to the Christian community, "just like the founders of our nation expected and wanted from the Constitution."
11 of 13 founding fathers were not Christian, most despised Christianity.
You wrote "Hunt said his goal was to be able to provide experiments that would explain the Genesis creation story – in the order the Bible records events happened" the goal in science isn't to provide experiments to reach a predetermined conclusion. the goal is to run all experiments and gather all information that is gain and draw a conclusion based on those results, even if it is exactly the opposite of what you expected.
You might benefit from looking the word truth up in the dictionary.
Nice Job explaining God with Science. If you change all the words in your holy book around to scientific terms all of the sudden it's God, good job.
But it wasn't God who spoke — it was the FSM.
While I have heard a scientific theory that the Big Bang might actually have been a sound (tone OR voice), I don't believe that World Nut Daily would be beneficial to your case as most people don't believe them reliable.
As for the rest of your spiel, I suggest you read this post on USA Today news. While I may not agree with everything said, I do feel that to peg yourself as belonging to a "chosen group" and therefore "better" than anyone else only serves to perpetuate the feelings of resentment and hatred toward Christians.
condense next time ….
" TRUTH"??? you can't handle the "TRUTH"!!!! you wouldn't know it if it crawled up your fanny!!! However,……, I don't think I could or would either, so that just leaves us all with an "Opinion", … just like an arzhole, everyone has one. By the way…whats the reward for revealing the "TRUTH"? and who's NOT, going to question or debate the proof one submits?
YES IT IS YOU KNOW SCIENTIST HAVING TRYING TO PROVE THE BIBLE WRONG BUT I KNOW THAT IT IS TRUE
IT'S A LIVING BIBLE THEY SAY HISTORY REPEATS ITSELF AND I BELIEVE THAT'S TRUE WE ALL BETTER GET OUR LIFES RIGHT WITH GOD BECAUSE HE IS COMING ANY TIME.
1) he makes some pretty bizarre assumptions. the Holy Spirit is a magnetic field? where does it say that in the bible? and how do we know god would speak in standard sound waves?
2) So he claims god created light by speaking into water he hadn't created yet? he comes up with water quite a while after he does the light thing.
3) that light can be created in some circumstances through sound does not mean or come anywhere close to "proving" that god spoke. any sound (the unique noise of dimensional membranes colliding?) could have set it off. there is absolutely zero "proof" in this claim. It is simply bolstering misinformation. That's essentially saying "If A causes B, therefore A must = D." there is no logic or rationale behind it.
4) Next he can go off on an expedition to find those unicorns that are in the bible… =P
5) the kid should take a history course… the founding fathers were not Christian – they were deists and atheists. Christianity was actually seen as a potential threat and danger by many of the founding fathers, but something to be protected just because it's a free country. If you read their letters, the original drafts of the 1st amendments, and other things it becomes immediately and strikingly clear that the founding fathers wanted religion to have no bearing whatsoever on government or policy. It was also very unpopular at that time, with churches reporting only 5% of the population attending.
Amazing GRACE is not law law.
Nor is your perversion of truth believable.
You are speaking natural of natural/spiritual.
Not to mention there's spiritual vs spiritual to compare.
And not to mention the objective is to know, not believe.
It's all "allegory" in both "covenants".
It's also "mystery", as noted 20 times.
It's also written "aforetime" for our "learning": Romans 15:4.
To go learn what meaneth I will have mercy, and not sacrifice.
Plural divided God both created and made things.
There's two of everything for comparison purpose.
Since there's two options given for let us make man:
(i) "in our image": mirrorly the reverse of our likeness
(ii) "after our likeness": the "after" part of before/after
Only what is "made" is then notably seen as "good" only.
What is "created" is mirrorly the reverse, for comparison.
What's created: male & female them, is both good and evil.
Christ is "made perfect", and such is notably good(God) only.
It's about law vs grace, mercy vs sacrifice, peace vs division.
Grace & truth came by JC, comparison to Moses' law & lie.
God and Son will have mercy(grace), and not sacrifice(law).
Jesus came to bring division, not peace.
Christ is our peace who hath abolished the law.
Peace with Grace is through Jesus -> Christ: the end of the law.
The GRACE of our Lord Jesus Christ with you all. Amen.
Wow, interesting. the truth is that I believe in God whether there is scientific proof or not, but it's really cool when science discovers these kind pf things.
So where did the evidence that the Holy Spirit was a magnetic field come from?
Can we capture the holy spirit in bar and horseshoe magnets and induce him using electricity?
dear A.B like jack nichoson said. you can't handle the truth. I can see that very few can. God bless
Any summarized thoughts of your own to share with us?
Since when is "the holy spirt" a magnetic field?
All that he proved is that sound can be used to make bubbles in water produce light… does that light sustain itself? is it possible to turn water into a star? can he prove that a being could speak and make animals appear out of water? no all he proved was that sound in water can produce light… how did this god make the water before he used his voice to create light in the water?? how did he create light independant of water?
No no there are far to many loop holes to that assumption…
An unusually exotic theory of sonoluminescence, which has received much popular attention, yet is considered to have a marginal effect on the mechanism of SBSL by the scientific community at large, is the Casimir energy theory proposed by Claudia Eberlein, a physicist at the University of Sussex. in 1996, it was suggested that the light in sonoluminescence is generated by the vacuum around the bubble in a process similar to Hawking radiation, the radiation generated by the edges of black holes. Quantum theory holds that a vacuum is filled with virtual particles, and the rapidly moving interface between water and air converts virtual photons into real photons. this is related to the Unruh effect or the Casimir effect. If true, sonoluminescence may be the first observable example of quantum vacuum radiation. It is, however, argued that the mechanism leading to the above effects do not occur on the proper time scales to describe the observed spectrum of SBSL, which is thought to likely obey a classical cavitation collapse; and thus the Casimir model has been largely relegated to the position of an ancillary remnant of the field at large.
Proof that Hunt has zero credibility:
"If God spoke everything into existence as the Genesis record proposes, then we should be able to scientifically prove that the construction of everything in the universe begins with a) the Holy Spirit (magnetic field); Light (an electric field); and c) that Light can be created by a sonic influence or sound"
Did anyone else pick up on this blatant display of false equivocation?
This article comes from World Nut Daily, so I'm not surprised.
Reading his paper and I will post my thoughts.
OK, a few points. First, you have to pay that guy to read his full blown paper. Sounds like a snake oil salesman to me.
Second, you can see this guy get spanked by scientists right here:
I don't trust the UCLA,or anything it says! we have the
proof God exists daily,this should be enough anyway!
"My professors think my application of accepted laws and theories may bend the rules a bit, but the ideas are thought-provoking and progressive,"
If you have to bend the rules to make your idea fit, it's not "the Truth". It's like Cinderella's step sister jamming her foot into the slipper. Sure, it fit for a moment…but it popped right off again.
"his goal is to bring a unity to the Christian community, "just like the founders of our nation expected and wanted from the Constitution.""
And yet they specifically said it wasn't a Xian nation when they founded it, and made sure church and state wouldn't mix.
He's certifiable if he believes that crap. It's the usual sophisticated sounding creationist rhetoric without anything that really constitutes valid evidence.
Wow! good stuff here. I believe God did speak everything into existence and possibly they way you defined it. I don't know but we will one day.
I'm glad to see someone trying to prove it instead of disprove it.
This and nothing else proves God's existence to many. and I believe that if it did then the Bible would be wrong. in fact, I find it interesting that so much attention is still given to this debate. Over 90% of people in the world believe in the existence of God or some higher power. yet, somehow the responsibility is still placed on those who believe God does exist to somehow prove that he really does exist. To me, I think it should be the other way around.
The existence of God cannot be proven or disproved. the Bible says that we must accept by faith the fact that God exists, “And without faith it is impossible to please God, because anyone who comes to Him must believe that he exists and that he rewards those who earnestly seek Him” Heb 11:6.
But you know the atheists won't believe it….they only believe science….oh but that is science….but they still won't believe it cause it doesn't fit into their lie that they lead. and to change that lie, means to change their life….and that past scares them.