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God Is An Engineer
Brian C. "Butch" Webb, Pipeliner

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Chapter One
The Dawn of Time

galaxies interact on each other and the black holes. The mathematician can go back in time and predict the future of the universe.  Also the mathematician can go into the smallest parts that make-up the universe by breaking down the various parts of atoms. The mathematicians are the curious that want to know how God made all of creation, and someday they will know.

At ten minus thirty-three seconds the universe was the size of a baseball, and at ten minus thirty-two seconds the unified forces separated and the temperature was ten thousand trillion, trillion degrees. Since energy can be converted into matter all the matter of the universe including the sun, the Earth and our bodies consisted of energy at this time. When the universe was one second old it had expanded to the point that matter was being formed.  The temperature was ten billion degrees and the universe was like molten steel, but expanding quite rapidly.  Today the weight of the universe consists of ten to the fifty power tons of matter and all of this existed from the very beginning. At three seconds the building blocks of the atoms were created and expansion was still causing a decrease in temperature.  At this time the universe was opaque and  looked like an atomic bomb fireball.  

The huge fireball continued to expand and at the same time cool.  At three hundred thousand years the fireball cooled to five thousand five hundred degrees Fahrenheit and became clear, allowing light to pass through.  Heat radiation was still

 

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