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The Radiating Rising Sun West

Updated on October 9, 2021
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The Sun

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Introduction

The solar system comprises the sun “with the celestial bodies that revolve around it in its gravitational field.” Wikipedia says that “The sun is the star at the center of the solar system.” In other words, it means that the sun radiates light to the other planets including our earth. Otherwise, life could not be possible on earth. Let’s imagine there is no sunlight on the earth for 12 months. Animal and plant life will cease. The greenhouse will cease. You cannot depend on solar electricity for green housing to raise crops for that long.

The sun takes 99.86% of the whole mass of the solar system, a huge mass indeed.

Crashing of the Primordial Sun with Supernova

The sun is “the central controlling body of the solar system.” The primordial sun is the first sun and its satellite systems that were created billions of years ago, before our present sun. Scientists have speculated its age at around 4.6 billion years.

A supernova (plural=supernovae) is “a star that has exhausted its nuclear fuel” then fused or condensed into a dense mass of the molten ball, and explored. The explosion released energy in one second that is equal to what the current sun has released in 60-years! The nova (plural=novae) are actually bright millions of suns like our present sun. This complexity is simplified as follows:

Super + above + nova = explosion + heat + sun

Formation of the Sun

"The Sun is formed approximately 4.6 billion years ago from the gravitational collapse of matter within a region of a large molecular cloud. Most of this matter gathered in the center, whereas the rest flattened into an orbiting disk that became the solar system. The central mass became so hot and dense that it eventually initiated nuclear fusion in its core.”-Wikipedia.

The Sun Rising in the East!

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The Big Bang

The primordial sun and its satellites were created billions of years ago by God. The present solar systems are created likewise by God. There were two schools of thoughts or opinion regarding the creative works made by God.

The first creative experience thought beautiful and perfect (tohu in the Hebrew tongue), was later sentenced to condemnation along with a primordial creative being Satan, later called the Devil. The whole of the primeval solar system become wrapped up in total darkness.

Nevertheless, the "thick darkness" that wraps up the light including the primal sun and its satellites were kept in reserve.

Then, the second creative works came into being. It is when the primeval sun collides with the supernova. This is the judgment against the dark planets held in the reservation. From this collision, our present sun came into being. The scientist called the scenario the Big Bang. In this case, the resultant star is our sun, that was made to shown light on the earth that has already gone through a catastrophe “empty and void” or “tohu wabahu” in the Hebrew language. Bible Isa.45: 18.

When the collision occurs, the sun emits radiating heat becoming very hotter, and seems to birth the other planets. This radiating heat is computed to be over a billion times hotter than all the other planets put together.

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Importance of the Solar System

  1. Solar energy is environmentally friendly.
  2. Protects the environment.
  3. Its energy is safe and cleaner than fossil fuels.
  4. Destruction of natural habitats is prevented.
  5. Solar fights climate changes.
  6. It is a cheap source of energy.

The Sun at Mid-Day

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The Radiating Rising Sun

Look at the sunrise in the east.

It is morning.

The earth comes into life,

People resurrects from sleep death,

Birds and animals godless souls,

blinking eyes and rising.

The sun has risen. It is morning,

at certain parts of the earth.

It sets,

It is evening.

Night comes.

The earth turns

It’s another side to the sun.

It is the morning

on the other side.

Day and night come and go,

Like an army soja,

The sun remains.

Oh, majestic sun!

The sun is stationary.

The sun is the center of the solar system,

the Milky Way,

and the galaxy.

The sun is stationary.

The sun does not rise!

The earth rises and sets

The moon rises and sets,

and the earth spins like the moon at the barycenter.

And other planets orbit the sun,

are energized by the sun’s radiating rays.

The sun is a god in the planetary system.

It dictates with its radiating rays.

The sun is ever stationary.

It is the center of the solar system.

Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn,

Uranus, Neptune, Plato, and the asteroids

from the inside

orbits the sun.

Plato, Neptune, Uranus, Saturn, Jupiter,

the asteroid, Mars, Venus, Mercury

From the outside is orbiting the sun.

The sun is the godfather of the solar system.

The sun is High Chief.

The sun is magical,

it is a star.

A big luminous star.

Radiating light and life to

all things in the universe.

Plants and herbs radiating their flowers,

tiny herbs of the earth photosynthesizing.

The sun is vitalizing the earth with life!

The sun is vitalizing the

Galaxy and Milky Way.

Man, Animals, Birds, Plants and all.

The sun is magical.

The sun emits light rays:

Gamma, X-ray, Ultraviolet, Photographic, Visible,

Infrared, Reflected, Thermal, Microwave,

Radar, and Radio.

Electromagnetic waves:

Rayleigh, Mie, and Non-selective.

Rayleigh scattering makes the sky blue,

Mie scatter water vapor and dust,

Non-selective affect Rayleigh and Mie equally,

Fog and clouds appear white.

The sun is self-heating and incandescent.

The sun is a gas.

It is a cauldron, a boiling pot, a boiling gas.

A life-sustaining hydrogen bomb!

Emitting radiation, light rays,

spectrum, rainbow,

Life, health, medicine for mans’

body and bone with vitamin A and D.

Sun’s rays produce photosynthesis,

that feeds plants leaves.

The sun evaporates moisture

from the earth, rivers, lakes, and seas,

preserves them as water vapor in the sky

for plant growth on the earth.

The sun emits

Solar energy to heat the home,

And electrical and electronic appliances.

The sun energized the moon to light the night and the small twinkle-twinkle little stars!

The superstitious and ignorant think

the sun is God.

No, it is a god. Not God.

The sun is worshipped by the ancients,

as its rays benefit mankind.

The sun is not God.

God created the sun and the solar system.

The Sun Rising and Setting

The Sun is High in the Sky

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Important Information About the Sun

  • The sun is ever expanding.
  • The colour of the sun is white, and not yellow, orange, blue, or red which are due to the electromagnetic spectrum.
  • It has a mass of 333,000 times that of the earth.
  • Three-quarter of the suns’ mass is composted of hydrogen (-73%). Others are helium (-5%) with smaller amounts of “oxygen, carbon, neon, and iron.”
  • “The Sun is roughly middle-aged; it has not changed dramatically for more than four billion years, and will remain fairly stable for more than another five billion years.”-Wikipedia.
  • The gravity of the sun holds the solar system in space.
  • It is hot glowing gas, but will later be burnt out and condense, then all humankind comes to an end.
  • The sun spins once every 25 days at the equator but rotates at the pole once every 35 earth days.
  • The sun though has no rings, but other planets have rings.
  • It is moonless, but orbit by thousands of asteroids, and three trillions of comets.

The Sun Setting on the West!

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Conclusion

The Big Bang theory which the scientist has postulated and prove with many scientific facts is a reality. It is from this that we have our knowledge of the sun and the solar system. Nonetheless, the fact remains that the sun and its satellites were creative works of God. The sun has benefited mankind for thousands of years.

References

  1. Contemporary General Studies, by Josiah D. Atemie & Nelson Onuobia (eds), Hercon- Universities Series, University of Port Harcourt, Port Harcourt, Nigeria.
  2. The New Scofield Reference Bible (KJV) by, C. I. Scofield, (ed), Oxford University Press.
  3. The New WEBSTERS DICTIONARY of the English Language, International Edition.
  4. Wikipedia the sun.
  5. The greenhouse effect.
  6. Green living things.

This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and is not meant to substitute for formal and individualized advice from a qualified professional.

© 2019 Miebakagh Fiberesima

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