Bioluminescence in the upper waters

Inside this post, you will find some intuitions about the real nature of the stars inside the upper dome. Maybe you will think there is no scientific basis in order to prove the reality of things. But these are intuitions that will simplify theories that are commonly accepted. In any case, nobody went to the stars to check their real situation in situ. Neither NASA nor any other space organization. So let’s go deeper into the topic.

A dome made of glass and crystals

The dome over the flat earth is a solid structure made of glass and crystals. Inside, as precious jewels, there are millions of stars. I have to reintroduce the subject by the aid of a short synthesis. In fact, I have to recall to the mind of the reader some of the basic features of this architectural framework.  One part of the dome, of course, is stationary but another part is moving. It is dragging with it the movement of the stars. The two parts are separated by an interstice of 1110 km. This inter-space is made up of a trabecular tissue.  Cosmic waters gather in some controlled, smaller areas. It is a structure similar to the choroid in the human eye.

The choroidal trabecular meshwork: a pore-like structure surrounding the eye

Scriptural hints relating to Leviathan

To look for a scriptural evidence of these intuitions, you could resort to the book of Job where in chapter 41:13-14 you can find a poetic description of the heavenly dome. It has the appearances of a watery monster called Leviathan.

Who can strip off its outer coat? And who can penetrate its double coat of armor? Who dares open the doors of its mouth, ringed about with fearsome teeth? New International Version

So, the dome, as ancient astronomers always postulated, is pictured as being characterized by the presence “of two jaws with fearsome teeth all around”.

…30″His underparts are like sharp potsherds; He spreads out like a threshing-sled on the mire. 31“He makes the depths boil like a pot; He makes the sea like a jar of ointment.32″ Behind him he makes a wake to shine; One would think the deep to be gray-haired… Job 41:30-32 New American Standard Bible

Not surprisingly at all, the name Leviathan is believed to come from a root word that means coil, twist or wind. Job 3:8-9 approaches the name of the monster with images of light and darkness, the stars and the rays of dawn. Leviathan thus appears to signify some form of an aquatic creature of great proportions and strength. It is a poetic metaphor representing the wreathed dome.

Billion of stars will rot away

Even on the plane surface of the earth, waters gather into different basins. There are rivers everywhere as well as lakes, seas, and many oceans. This way, waters keep their shaped arrangements and perform their functions all around the lands. As it happens, even the climatic thermoregulation and the many weather phenomena relate to them. As above so below.

So what about the stars? It appears quite clear the fact that stars stay in the watery inter-space between the two main parts of the celestial vault. They fill an incredibly small space, no more than 1110 km all over the hemispheric vault of the sky. So, what is the stars essential nature? There’s a verse in Isaiah, chapter 34:4, that can suggest some deep insight. There you can read:

“And all the host of heaven will rot away, and the heavens will be rolled up like a scroll. And all their host will wither, as a leaf withers from the vine, and as leaves withering from the fig tree”. New Heart English Bible

Bioluminescence in the deep oceans

Stars are living creatures, thriving in the water like the many luminescent organisms settled in the deep oceans. Bioluminescence is evident in many marine organisms. Bacteria, algae, jellyfish, worms, crustaceans, sea-stars, fish, and sharks to name just a few. In many cases, animals take in bacteria or other bioluminescent creatures to gain the ability to light up. For example, the Hawaiian bobtail squid has a special light organ that is colonized by bioluminescent bacteria within hours of its birth.

Just for a start, you all may have seen the sparkle of fireflies on a summer’s night. The fireflies produce light through a chemical reaction in their glowing abdomens, a process known as bioluminescence. In the same ways, underground caves and seascapes can also glow and glitter thanks to the light producing abilities of billions of marine organisms. So, of course, living organisms produce bioluminescence. It is extremely common in the seas and occurs in all oceans, at all depths.

Bioluminescent bacteria

Not to be confused with iridescence or phosphorescence, bioluminescence is the production and emission of light by a living organism. It is a form of chemiluminescence. Bioluminescence occurs widely in marine vertebrates and invertebrates, as well as in some fungi. Microorganisms including many bioluminescent bacteria and terrestrial invertebrates such as fireflies or glowing worms are bioluminescent.

In a general sense, the principal chemical reaction in bioluminescence involves some light-emitting molecule and an enzyme, generally called the luciferin and the luciferase, respectively.

The most common colored light produced by marine organisms is blue. This is also the color that penetrates furthest through the water.

Bioluminescent organisms live throughout the watery deep, from the surface to the seafloor, from near the coast to the open ocean. In the deep sea, bioluminescence is extremely common, and because the deep sea is so vast, bioluminescence may be the most common mean of communication all over the cosmos!

Optical phenomena in the dome

So, let’s imagine stars made up of billions of bioluminescent organisms whose radiations will be subject to all sort of optical phenomena. This will be due to the passage of the light beams through different means of propagation and through many different pressures and temperatures: water, glass with different densities, the different layers of the atmosphere, diffraction, reflection, birefringence from the crystal layers behind. And you shouldn’t forget all the vast lightening zone certainly existing just outside the dome! Think for instance to the many effects you can obtain looking through a kaleidoscope or a taumascope, to the optical effects created by light reflected from crystal gems such as iridescence, labradorescence, adularescence, chatoyancy, asterism, cat’s eye effects and so on.

The twinkling of the stars

Optical phenomena also occur when light interacts with clouds, water or dust. The results are often spectacular. There are lots of different astronomical optical phenomena. Among the others, one is twinkling. Stars twinkle while planets do not. This general behavior is due to refraction through the waters. Stars are quite far away so that their light reaches Earth’s atmosphere as a single point of light passing through thousands of kilometers of glass, a mean with special mirroring abilities.

It’s really noteworthy the fact that bioluminescent signals appear as short flashes. Their length can vary from hundreds of milliseconds to a few seconds. The Noctiluca Miliaris, a bioluminescent Dinoflagellate, belongs to the so-called phytoplankton. It is is an organism that starts twinkling when the sea waves hit it along the seashore. They say its ability to emit light (bioluminescence) originates from a mechanical stimulus from the water waves.

Why do planets never twinkle

Planets usually do not twinkle because they are closer to the Earth and are not running in the upper waters of the dome. The light that reaches Earth from them probably consists of wider beams rather than narrow rays. The refraction or scattering of only one or two light rays out of the whole beam does not make the light seem to disappear. At any one moment, enough light rays reach Earth’s surface from a planet to give a sense of one continuous beam of light.

Conclusions

In order to get a good idea of the real nature of the stars and their behavior,  you should get deeper into the knowledge of the many optical phenomena occurring over the earth.

Optics is the science of light. More specifically, optics is a branch of physics describing how light behaves and interacts with matter. The power and special properties of light are the basis to explore the universe.  On this subject, there will be always a lot of research.

A new book Dossier 111 – The Real Measures of the Flat Earth (edited by earthmeasured.com) will be available on these and other topics in about a month by Lulu.com

But for now, that’s all. Bye, bye, my reader.

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