[geocentrism] Re: An amusing article

  • From: allendaves@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
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  • Date: Mon, 1 Oct 2007 15:51:59 -0700 (PDT)


The issuse  is not the first rainbow but the first rain and the text states 
that God did not let it rain  but does indicate how things were wattered absent 
of rain.....Genisis 2:5-6..."there went a mist form the earth and watered the 
whole face of the ground".....all things considered Nevilles point was valid in 
that it needs to be addressed............i did so in my last post .......My 
last post:

Where does it mention clouds in the Genesis?....MS knows that clouds are formed 
via condensation seeds. Further, they claim Cosmic rays/particles entering 
earths atmosphere are the primary external of man made, condensation 
seeds......(trapped cosmic rays form the aurora borealis and such).....The 
amount of these cosmic rays that get into our atmosphere are directly 
correlated to solar activity.. at solar maximum the earths Magnetic field is 
significantly "blown away"/ reduced in its effectiveness, so as to allow for 
cosmic particles to enter the earths magnetic field...... ...However, even MS 
asserts that in the past the earths magnetic field was significantly stronger 
and on a much smaller earth it would be a more dense field as well..thus it is 
conceivable that no cosmic rays were allowed to reach earth in any significant 
quantities to allow for condensation seeds in the atmosphere....strong mag 
field = no cosmic rays=condensation seeds =no clouds=no
 rain ....................... 

I'm from the southeast and on a hot humid days (even without any clouds the 
atmosphere can hold plenty of muggy humidity)..... the morings will be cool 
with plenty of dew.......

----- Original Message ----
From: philip madsen <pma15027@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: geocentrism@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Sent: Monday, October 1, 2007 3:20:29 PM
Subject: [geocentrism] Re: An amusing article

Philip touches upon an interesting problem here when he says that before the 
Flood there was no rain. However, because of the way that the water cycle works 
(mentioned in Eccl. along with geocentrism), this could not have been true.


No problem Neville  A closer read of Genises reveals that God used the rainbow 
as a sign to remember His covenant not to destroy by flood again. This did not 
say explicitly that it was the first rainbow. Hence rain has always been . 
I had read years ago, and believed, erroneously, that this was the first time a 
rainbow had ever occured..  such is a childish myth apparently, as my reading 
today shows no such thing. The evangelical documentary was Bible based, and was 
the same documentary which gave me the idea of the water above making a lenze 
in the atmosphere, where they claimed the stars were more brilliant preflood.  
You dispensed with this claim before.  
I retract my words and will reajust the overview. 
13 I will set my bow in the cloud, and it shall be the sign of a covenant 
between me, and between the earth. 14 And when I shall cover the sky with 
clouds, my bow shall appear in the clouds: 15 And I will remember my covenant 
with you, and with every living soul that beareth flesh: and there shall no 
more be waters of a flood to destroy all flesh. 16 And the bow shall be in the 
clouds, and I shall see it, and shall remember the everlasting covenant, that 
was made between God and every living soul of all flesh which is upon the earth.

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