We have a Biblical basis for the core accretion model and the origin and timing of Precambrian fossils which were deposited synchronously with the formation of an Oxygen-rich atmosphere.
They key to understanding the inception of gravity as the creative act of the second day is the synchronicity between stretching out the heavens and establishing the foundations of the Earth. One command did both.
The shadow of death: וְצַלְמָֽוֶת - tsalmaveth [death-like shadow, deep shadow] meaning to roll or tumble down. i.e. sink, sinking in the shadow of death.
Setteth: שָׂ֤ם - sum [to put, place, set] The mass is in motion. It has been set in a place or it is in motion towards the place where it is to be set. This is the 3rd Hebrew concept of gravity which we have identified.
This means end, limit, of space or time. Could we be talking about the end of all mass? Or are we talking about the end of time, as in, time stops?
We find that there are passages of scripture which, though appearing to be metaphorical, describe actual physical conditions or chemical reactions. These misunderstood passages are dismissed as flowery poetic language.If a baby needs milk to survive before it can tolerate solid food, has this been patterned after the processes which took place on the first and second days of the creation of the universe?
Christian leadership isn't keeping up with advances in science. But then, the science community isn't, either. They're like a deer in the headlights and they're completely unprepared for what's coming.
The properties of Jasper and Jacinth give us two confirmations of our hypothesis that gravity was created on the second day. They also confirm that the sun was created on the fourth day.
We had a dream recently (September 19, 2020). We saw a pearl. In the dream we were shown that the formation of a pearl is a picture of core accretion and planet formation.
The core accretion model is an example of a self-evident truth. It's obvious that the Earth formed as sediment accumulated around the core. Now we have a theory of gravitation derived from scripture.