The Narrative of the Decay Constant

Therefore, just as through one man sin entered the world, and death through sin, and thus death spread to all men, because all sinned –

(Romans 5:12) NKJV

The peer review narrative for Earth begins with the desire that the Bible is wrong and hell isn’t at the center. One way to do this is to have a timescale which is completely different to the one in the Bible.

When the rationale for this timescale also means that there is no hell we have a peer review combo attack. We’ve effectively dealt with the attack through the development of the Biblical doctrine of gravity.

The problem is becoming more perplexing for popular science (SciPop) given that new work is emerging which shows us that the inner core isn’t the same age as the planet itself. Check out journey to the center of the earth if you’re interested in getting up to date on developments in current thinking about the interior of the Earth. We didn’t “discover” the nature of the inner core, peer review settled on an idea that fit the narrative of an ancient Earth with no hell and it stuck.

Now we’re ramping up our ability to analyze the existing seismological data and pushing the limits on materials analysis. We’ve discovered that Iron doesn’t behave the way we thought it did when peer review chose its narrative. New science is showing us that the molten core of the Earth formed after the planet did. That’s the opposite of the peer reviewed narrative in which the planet grew around a molten core.

However, this is in perfect alignment with the spherical hollow Earth which formed in response to the creation of gravity. The molten core of the Earth wasn’t created during the six days of creation. Hell is a consequence of sin which entered the world in Genesis 3. We’re also going to connect this back to the rebellious angels who were bound with everlasting chains of darkness and to the longsuffering of God.

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