A star's mass is almost always smaller
than the Sun's or up to about 4 times or so larger. Why the mass is consistent
is at present beyond our understanding, although there are some theories
about this and isn't that true regarding just about everything we have
yet to fully comprehend. I mean what's the implication
of size, apart from this invisible intelligence having designed it to be
as it appears to be?
And without a computer:.Colm
Massey is part of a 70 member team of physicists, engineers and mathematicians
working for MathEngine, a software company based in Oxford, England.
MathEngine has been working on a programming tool
that allows games designers to add the laws of physics to their virtual
worlds. MathEngine's approach abandons the present pre animation way, where
a program creates the illusion of movement by redrawing successive frames,
using instead calculations from scratch based on the fundamental laws of
Building physics into games is an arduous
task. Taken one at a time, the laws of physics are difficult enough to
handle in a computer algorithm.
Put a few of them together and they interact in ways that rapidly become
unless, of course, you're God.."We
know the laws of physics, but that doesn't mean we know how to implement
them on the computer.".says researcher
David Baraff, formerly at Carnegie Mellon University Robotics Institute
in Pittsburgh and now graphics researcher at Pixar Animation.
In this new approach to gaming, laws of motion
Newton discovered are utilized in ways to effect a 'physics engine' to
calculate movement of objects. The real challenge is to construct computer
code that models the physics efficiently but without hogging the computing
you could create an exact model of anything, but if you take that approach,
you run into a horrific number of calculations."....Dylan
Menzies, MathEngine researcher. For example the complexity of fluid dynamics
involved in the flow of fluid over a solid, such as the dolphin swimming,
involves more than one phase of matter. In real life the forces acting
on, say, a dolphin or a sailboat moving through water interact in an extremely
The computing effort to take all factors
and their variables
into consideration would be huge, yet the Creator did it creating everything
we know of and without a computer as we know computers today to be.
But, Creator-God uses the holographic method for
projecting and altering His designs according to what He may want at
any one time to be experienced by humans or a particular human. That's
why there is no need to worry over what
is happening in the world:.Mark
5:36; Acts 18:9-11; 1Peter
The hologram can easily be reset by God to its
21:5), clearing out all the dross
humanity has made and turning it into a
new world, a better world, a world of happiness, health, peace and
prosperity, a world different to anything we may have known; a better world,
for all, thankfully.
is an interesting, seemingly unfathomable
study as we still can't figure out how all the factors coordinate. Working
out these forces together involves a platform in which all problems must
be solved together because of their interdependency. And when integration
errors add up, creating outlandish
issues that must effectively be dealt with.
on the nectars of flowers and eat fruits. They are the largest of all bats
with wing spans over 4 feet and bodies the size of cats. Their behavior
is like other bats in that its nocturnal. Special tendons in their feet
allow them to be totally comfortable hanging upside down without any effort
whatsoever. Effort must be expended to release themselves though. They
live in colonies where upwards of a million plus inhabitants are arranged.
Bats can't walk or sit, but they nurse their young,
fly like a bird and can climb trees with their two long fingers and they
look like a cute little dog with wings. Their wings feel like a plastic
garbage bag with velvet on it. Ones without disease.(and
that's most of them, just like most dogs don't carry rabies).make
very affectionate and loyal pets. They are helpful ecologically in that
they pick up and drop off various seeds and are good pollinators. They
can travel about 60 miles a night. ...comprised from an article on bats
in Smithsonian Magazine.(si.edu).May,
arguments for evolution and for creation will continue as long as both
camps continue thinking irrationally.
Like in all things in life, there's a matter of decision as to what one
embraces and, like members of a cult, rational thinking is out of the question
once the heart is locked by decision.
Yet, there is a time for locking up what you have
decided upon and moving on to other things. For some people this is done
without deep consideration, by accepting what others regarded as authorities
profess. Some may simply 'place it all on the shelf' for further analysis
at some later time, perhaps when more information is available or they
gain some time for research and thinking. And yet, others demand answers
now. Decision making by them is always imminent. We are all so different,
but we are here and we all do get through life with varying degrees of
happiness depending on what decisions we each individually make. After
all, whatever constitutes happiness for you personally is certainly worthwhile
The God of the spiraling
powers resides in nature beyond all metaphors, beyond all scriptures, beyond
all 'final theories'.
It is the ground and source
of our sense of wonderment, of power, of powerlessness, of light, of dark,
of meaning and of bafflement.
It is the God whose history
began with the first human who experienced awe, contingency, fear.
It is the God of mystics
of all cultures and creeds.
We stand on the shore
of knowledge and look out into the sea of mystery and speak his name.
His name eludes all creeds
and all theories of science. He is indeed the 'dread essence beyond logic'.
...Skeptics And True Believers,
The Exhilarating Connection Between Science And Religion, 1998, by
Walker and Company, New
York, page 214.