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Genesis Creation vs. Modern Cosmology – A Statistical Analysis! (Hebrew/English/Spanish videos)

Genesis Creation vs. modern cosmology— are their timelines compatible? (accounting for their different time-scales). Statistical analysis is employed in this post to examine this question.

Below are links to two new video clips (English/Hebrew), produced by Mr. Oren Evron. Each lasts about ten minutes and both aim to answer the following question:

Are Genesis Creation timeline and that of modern cosmology compatible, after all?

The findings shown are evidence-based, namely, results of data-based statistical analysis, which is addressed in detail (mostly in non-technical terms).

English version:

Genesis Creation vs. Modern Cosmology – New Scientific Findings (English)

Hebrew version (גירסה עברית):

Genesis Creation vs. Modern Cosmology – New Scientific Findings (Hebrew)

Spanish version:

Genesis Creation vs. Modern Cosmology – New Scientific Findings (Brazilian Portuguese)

Refer also to the videos page on this blog:

Videos (Hebrew, English, Brazilian Portuguese)

2 replies on “Genesis Creation vs. Modern Cosmology – A Statistical Analysis! (Hebrew/English/Spanish videos)”

BS”D Shalom Haim,Your latest finding is a brilliant work that is very impressive. It highlights the number, 3. The absolute values of three out of four coefficient in your linear equations, 3.1686, 2.940, and 3.0007,round off to the integer, 3. Similarly, e and ∏ also round off to 3. We live in a three-dimensional world where actions are possible that are not possible in any other dimension. This is true on mathematical, physical, and spiritual levels. Three is the number of patriarchs, the number of matzot in the seder, and the number of aliot on Mondays and Thursdays. Thank you for sharing your statistical results with us. All the best, Marion


Marion, Thank you for your interesting comment. The number 3 in my equations is surprising on two counts: First, that it is an integer. After all, why should we not obtain statistical estimates in the equation that are non-integer, like 2.4, or 0.67 or 12.3. Yet, I have obtained all estimates pointing at a single number (3). Why this integer appears of course is subject to various possible interpretations. You have related to some. Thank you for following my scientific work. Responses and feedbacks like yours are very rewarding and meaningful to me. Best, Haim


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