In a similar manner to that in which God said: Let there be light, the light was a reaction to nuclear fusion; when God said, Let there be a firmament in the midst of the waters, it was a reaction to the creation of of gravity.
Albert Einstein predicted relativistic time dilation: the faster we go the slower time passes. At the speeds that humans travel it's inconsequential. It's a diversion away from the more significant gravitational time dilation.
The universe is both young and ancient simultaneously due of a phenomenon called gravitational time dilation (GTD). 2 Peter 3:8 is a mathematically accurate equation for GTD. We call it the Donkey's Jawbone.
In order to use seismological data to learn about the structure of the Earth we have to understand the formation of the Earth. In particular the creative act on the 2nd day which was the inception of gravity.
The Hagerman horse quarry fossils allow us deduce the time of year of Noah's flood: late winter/early spring. Genesis says it was the second month, the seventeenth day of the month. In our calendar: February 17.
The evidence that nuclear decay has been constant are measurements of radioactivity which have been made since it was discovered in 1896, about 120 years worth of data.
Our investigation into the nature of the soul and gravity has led us to realize the importance of a phenomenon known as gravitational time dilation. It's what we euphemistically refer to as the donkey's jawbone.
We're going to show you how the young Earth creation (YEC) stance, that nuclear decay rates haven't been constant, is accurate and how to neutralize the popular science (SciPop) math defense against it.
We (that's me and the Holy spirit) deduced that the gravitational singularity at the heart of the Earth may be the source of gravity from which all souls are made, either that or it was the sum total of all souls.
What are the logical implications of "God can't lie?" Total destruction of the popular science (SciPop) paradigm. Figuratively we're going to do to SciPop what Samson did in Lehi with a donkey's jawbone.