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An Interesting Idea

Discussion in 'Teen's Community Area' started by Girder of Loins, Oct 31, 2012.

  1. Girder of Loins

    Girder of Loins Future Math Teacher

    So I was thinking about quantum fluxes and the origins of matter and the universe and such, and I thought of something. "In the beginning, the earth was without shape and void." Since quantum fluctuations happen in dark matter, and is technically "empty" space, and a "void" is empty, is the Genesis account describing quantum fluctuations as the beginning of matter? And look at the very next creation. The separation of stars and planets. If you're an Old Earth Creationist, this could explain why we have some of the radiation and stuff like that, and gives an explanation for it both Biblically and scientifically. What do you guys think?
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  2. Shane Plew

    Shane Plew Cured

    I'm pretty sure you can use quantum physics to explain just about anything, well except for quantum physics.
  3. Rhayven

    Rhayven Newbie

    That really makes me think.
  4. kayandrew

    kayandrew Guest

    You seem to be so much concerned about such things. But these things cannot be answered and cannot be proved so easily. So It is hard to even get a clue of it.
  5. ChristianT

    ChristianT Newbie Orthodox

    Interesting idea, and it does sound like it may be, but be careful in actually claiming that's what Gen was saying. It may make sense now, but just don't get them too connected ;) anyway, keep up all this thinking! :)
  6. emily catherine

    emily catherine Newbie

    yes, this is very thought provoking