The last of the seventy weeks

Post N.119 According to Flavius Josephus, the political leaders of Babylon, Persia, Greece or Rome showed great interest in Daniel’s prophecy. Even Titus and other Roman emperors respected the prophet. After foretelling the death of Messiah, the prophecy of the seventy weeks announces “desolations” for the city of Jerusalem, its people and the temple, its holy place. This is a tragedy coming upon Jerusalem some forty years after Jesus’ baptism in the Jordan when he[…]

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The strong nuclear force

Post N. 118 This time I want to speak about the strong nuclear interaction. This is a force commonly reckoned among the four fundamental interactions in particle physics. It goes hands in hands with electromagnetism, weak interaction, and gravitation. It is the force that holds most ordinary matter together and binds neutrons and protons to create the atomic nuclei. The strong force field energy stays on the basis of most of the mass of a[…]

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A very odd addition

Post N. 117 Addition: that’s quite a simple operation. There’s only a rule. My math teacher always said: You cannot add potatoes and roses. You will always add up potatoes with potatoes or roses with roses. But this is a story where you will add years and days without bothering for the units of measure. A king is having a dream The king has a dream but he does not know the interpretation. A prophet[…]

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The structure inside the atom

Post N. 116 The structure inside the atom: this is something I have to understand. The atom is made of a vortex of ether with a non-uniform distribution of etherons. Vortexes are able to do such things. The electron is given by an abundance of etherons while the proton is a scarcity of electrons. Abundance and scarcity are referred to the average distribution of etherons in the space. Mass particles are behaving like waves From[…]

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Daniel’s portrait of a final king

Post N. 115 Daniel’s prophecy is no picnic. There is no point in trying to conceal this: the Bible puts forward a number of passages rather difficult to understand and, for a large part of the readers, even to accept. Consequently, sometimes you have to strive a great deal for reaching comprehension. This is a necessary effort you have to do, as suggested in the book of Proverbs. “If you keep seeking for [understanding] as[…]

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