As we venture to understand [Creation lets start with the Universe, and find out where we are here on earth located in the vast cosmos.
The earth is on the outside edge of an arm of our galaxy, the Milky Way. The Milky Way is a spirals galaxy with arms that protrude out from the central section. It is wide in its appearance and thin in the middle, the nicest looking type of galaxy.
Our Milky Way is estimated to be 100 thousands light years across, and 10 thousands light years thick, with an estimated 200 billion stars, really though not known. The Milky Way a giant galaxy in size according to light years has a Neighbor galaxy some 2.4 million light years away, Andromeda, it is twice the size of the Milky Way. The number of galaxies doesn’t seem countable either.
The amount of space between objects in the Milky Way is another phenomenons. The Andromeda galaxy could pass through the Milky Way and probably not touch or collide with one of its stars or objects. Now let us get into some of the phenomenons of the Universe to acquaint us with the bazaar objects in the galaxies.
- The observation of Astronomers looking into the center of the Milky Way with a specialized telescope can detect an invisible object with a star or stars rotating around it, this is a black hole, no light can escape from it, that is why it is called a Black Hole, it is massive.
- Black Holes are formed when a star 10 times or more the mass of our star the Sun, collapses in on itself. The reason it collapses in on itself is, the nuclear force burning in its interior has reached a point where the pressure from burning can’t resist the gravitational force compressing the star, and the compressing becomes so dense light can’t emit from the newly created Black Hole.
- Collapsing stars say only 6 times the mass of our star the Sum, become neutron stars, or pulsing neutron stars that rotate and emit a pulse which is another phenomenon.
- Neutron stars are stars compressed so tight that the atoms in them containing protons, neutron, and electrons are touching each other. Atoms normally have a tremendous amount of space in them, but the gravitational compressing with no space can have a teaspoon of this matter weigh 1 billion tons, another science phenomenon.
- Our Sun, known as a smaller star, although it is close to a million miles in diameter, when it burns out would collapse into a white dwarfs.
- Gravity is the force behind this colossal action. Gravity is one of the four forces of the universe: Gravitational Force, Nuclear Force, electromagnetism Force, the weak and strong force.
- The Universe, size unknown, consists of many phenomena, such as radioactivity, cosmic rays, and even the curving of space-time by gravity.
- As a large star ends its life it can grow into a red giant massively bigger in size, then if a Supernova occurs the star blows up spreading its cast off material into space where elements are created like iron if it a second generation star. The dust cloud can grow from close to other dust clouds, and as gravity starts its compression a star is born from this loaded with elements cloud of dust. A spin off of material from a newly created star probably created earth. Earth as the theory grows contains iron, gold, platinum, silver, etc. from a Supernova before it became earth. Good theories like this increase our understanding of the universe.
- Another class of galaxy is the ellipticals, they are named for their shapes. The stars in ellipticals wrap around the galaxy, say somewhat round or egg shaped or odd, in all directions.
The largest galaxies present in the universe are ellipticals, giant size, a trillion stars or more can be contained in one, and span as much as one million light-years across. Probably most of these big ellipticals and spirals galaxy appear to contain “supermassive” black holes in their inter part.
- The size of the universe is so massive you can’t comprehend where it ends, distances are measured in light years. A light year is approximately 5 trillion 800 billion miles or to make the math simpler, just use 6 trillion miles. The loss of 300 billion here in this math problem is nothing in respect to distances in the universe. The width of our Milky Way is 100 thousand light years across, in miles it is 6 trillion times 200 thousand. The closest large galaxy is Andromeda, it is twice the size of the Milky Way, and is 2.4 million light years away. Figure that in miles distance.
I wanted to get an somewhat understanding of earth, in relation to the size of the universe, it’s not even a speck.
Another interesting claim, the elemental forces of the Universe. The basic forces of matter and the universe are astounding. They could not have come into existence by accident. There are several basic forces in nature which would destroy the universe or not let it form were it not for the delicate balance within each of them.
Here is scientific evidence.
This is science Versa Evolution, which is a Creation
Gravity is the weakest force in the universe, yet it is in perfect balance. If gravity were any stronger, the smaller stars could not form; and, if it were any smaller, the bigger stars could not form and no heavy elements could exist. Only “red dwarf” stars would exist, and these would radiate too feebly to support life on a planet.
All masses are found to attract one another with a force that varies inversely as the square of the separation distance between the masses. That, in brief, is the law of gravity.
But where did that “2” [square] come from?
Why is the equation exactly “separation distance squared”?
Why is it not 1.87, 1.92, 2.001, or 3.378; why is it exactly 2?
Every test reveals the force of gravity to be keyed precisely to that 2.
Any value other than 2 would lead to an eventual decay of orbits,—and the entire universe would destroy itself!
As we take this tour of creation the Universe is a good place to start, as we here on earth are just a part of a great expanse.