Friday, April 3, 2009
Study of the Universe: Principles of Physics and Astronomy Part 2
Modern science measures our solar system to be 7,900 million miles across (look it up), or, 7,900,000,000 miles. Our earth is measured by modern science to be 7,900 miles across (that is, in diameter). That gives us a proportion of a solar system which is one million times the distance of the planet earth. This means that, if the solar system is one million times the size of earth, then the atom (at least on average, but of course, star systems will vary in size just as atoms will, and so, this is a holistically real and accurate measurement) is one million times the size of the electron. Is this true?
Modern science once again gives the average measurement of the atom, which is said to be about one-quarter millionth (1/4 millionth) of an inch across. The average measurement of the electron is given to be one-quarter trillionth (11/4 trillionth) of an inch across. This gives us a ratio of Star to Planet that is equivalent to that of Atom to Electron.
This is how Science and Spirituality are considered to be one and the same in the African educational system- not science and religion; as religion is put in place to turn to mush the scientific mind and convert it to dogma, therefore, religion and science cannot be reconciled in Western notions of thinking, because here, religion is equated with spirituality when it should not be because religion is spirituality used for the enslavement of the mind. This is the reason that the Zodiac and the construction of monuments such as the Pyramids were significant, they were the ancient microscopes; it was their way to study the laws of the Earth by studying the laws of the Cosmos: As above, so below. Physics is the study of Astronomy on a microcosmic scale.
Now, if the universe is composed of star systems (atoms), and the earth is composed of atoms (star systems) then one can conclude that the earth is a mini-universe. Taking this further (and I will not, but, now we can begin thinking from a freed perspective), it is possible to discover the size of the universe, which has no end, but is not infinte, just as you will not find the end of the earth (because it is a sphere), though the earth does not cover an infinite distance.
Next, we will discuss the significance of polarity and its relation to protons and neutrons.