Kat Ion

Your gold and silver is cankered; and the rust of them shall be a witness against you, and shall eat your flesh as it were fire. Ye have heaped treasure together for the last days.

(James 5:3) KJV

In the original Sophia Proton post we speculated that the use of Greek words in science to describe the chemical and physical properties of matter and energy isn’t an accident, but has been done by the power of the Holy Spirit to encode the fundamental physics of the universe into the words of scripture.

If this is the case, then when we see Greek words in scripture which are the origin of the words used to describe chemical and physical phenomena we should be able to apply the understanding of the phenomena to the scriptural context and there will be congruence.

Predictive Testable Hypothesis 22

  • IF the Holy Spirit is the power of God to inspire human writers,
    • AND the physics of the universe has been written in scripture so that it’s
      1. obvious and
      2. invisible,
  • THEN phrases or words that look like chemistry, physics, biology or geology should be treated as if they are chemistry, physics, biology or geology,
    • AND the science will be congruent with the scriptural context.

Kat Ion is a perfect example. In this case the Greek word translated as to rust over has been used in chemistry as the word which describes an ion with a positive charge – cation. The congruence here is that Ions, cations and anions, in aqueous solution are part of a chemical process called electrolysis, which is what causes metals to rust.

To rust over: κατίωται – katioó

  • to rust over
  • I rust; pass: I am rusted, tarnished.

The actual significance of katioó is unknown, but for time being it serves as a positive result in what is now a predictive testable hypothesis. As such, it could be said that Kat Ion is Sophia Proton’s sidekick.

Sophia Proton – σοφία πρῶτον

This post is part of the Sophia Proton (wisdom first) thought experiment.

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