April 26, 2018 God Created Everything In Exact Measure

Jupiter is the 5th planet from the Sun, and the largest planet in the Solar System. How much bigger is Jupiter than Earth? Just to give you a sense of scale, Jupiter is 2.5 times more massive than all the rest of the planets in the Solar System combined. Jupiter’s diameter is 11.2 times larger than Earth. In other words, you could put 11.2 Earths side-by-side to match the diameter of Jupiter. And Jupiter’s volume is even bigger. It would take 1321.3 Earths to fill up the volume of Jupiter. In terms of surface area, Jupiter is 121.9 times bigger than the Earth. That’s how many Earths could be flattened out to cover the surface of Jupiter. Jupiter has 317.8 times the mass of the Earth.

Jupiter from earth is ~588km or 365miles

Comet Shomemaker July 1994: astronomers had not expected to see the fireballs from the impacts and did not have any idea in advance how visible the other atmospheric effects of the impacts would be from Earth. Observers soon saw a huge dark spot after the first impact. The spot was visible even in very small telescopes, and was about 6,000 km (3,700 mi) (one Earth radius) across. This and subsequent dark spots were thought to have been caused by debris from the impacts, and were markedly asymmetric, forming crescent shapes in front of the direction of impact. Over the next six days, 21 distinct impacts were observed, with the largest coming on July 18 at 07:33 UTC when fragment G struck Jupiter. This impact created a giant dark spot over 12,000 km (7,500 mi) across, and was estimated to have released an energy equivalent to 6,000,000 megatons of TNT (600 times the world's nuclear arsenal). Two impacts 12 hours apart on July 19 created impact marks of similar size to that caused by fragment G, and impacts continued until July 22, when fragment W struck the planet.


[16:18] If you count GOD's blessings, you cannot possibly encompass them. GOD is Forgiver, Most Merciful.

Rare Earth:

  • Right distance from the sun
    • Too close and could have phase lock
    • Liquid water
  • 92 different elements occur naturally on earth
  • Plate tectonics (mountains)
    • [78:6] Did we not make the earth habitable? [78:7] And the mountains izers?
  • 71% liquid water

[25:2] The One to whom belongs all sovereignty of the heavens and the earth. He never had a son, nor does He have any partners in sovereignty. He created everything in exact measure; He precisely designed everything.

*25:2 When we launch astronauts into space, we measure precisely the amount of food, water, oxygen, and other needs throughout the journey. Similarly, God has launched us into space—on board spaceship Earth—and He has designed all kinds of renewable provisions for us and other creatures, a perfect design. Think, for example, of the symbiotic relationship between us and the plants; we use the oxygen they produce in photosynthesis, while they use the carbon dioxide we produce in respiration.

[15:19] As for the earth, we constructed it, and placed on it stabilizers (mountains), and we grew on it a perfect balance of everything. [15:20] We made it habitable for you, and for creatures you do not provide for. [15:21] There is nothing that we do not own infinite amounts thereof. But we send it down in precise measure.

Perfect solar eclipse

  • Certain size moon (1/4 the size of earth)
    • 23.5 degree axis of the earth
    • 4 seasons
    • Tides
    • climate control

[36:37] Another sign for them is the night: we remove the daylight therefrom, whereupon they are in darkness. [36:38] The sun sets into a specific location, according to the design of the Almighty, the Omniscient. [36:39] The moon we designed to appear in stages, until it becomes like an old curved sheath. [36:40] The sun is never to catch up with the moon—the night and the day never deviate—each of them is floating in its own orbit.


  • Right planetary mass
    • Too big and can lose atmosphere
  • The iron core provides a magnetic force field around the earth protecting it’s inhabitants
  • The atmosphere of earth blocks the light spectrum that is harmful but allows visible light for photosynthesis


Earth's atmosphere is 78% nitrogen, 21% oxygen, 0.9% argon, and 0.03% carbon dioxide with very small percentages of other elements.

With each 1% increase in oxygen in the atmosphere the likeliness of combustion increases by 70%

Think how much more fires there would be

With each 1% decrease in oxygen in the atmosphere the likeliness of combustion drops by 70%

Think how much harder it would have been to harness the power of fire

Signs of God

[36:33] One sign for them is the dead land: we revive it and produce from it grains for their food. [36:34] We grow in it gardens of date palms, and grapes, and we cause springs to gush out therein. [36:35] This is to provide them with fruits, and to let them manufacture with their own hands whatever they need. Would they be thankful? [36:36] Glory be to the One who created all kinds of plants from the earth, as well as themselves, and other creations that they do not even know.

What if there was more nitrogen then we would not be able to see the stars and observe the universe as our clarity of the atmosphere would have been

  • Right position in the galaxy
    • Too close to center in addition to more chaotic, wouldn’t be able to differentiate as easily the stars in our galaxy from the stars in other galaxies

Fine-tuning of the universe

A physical constant, sometimes fundamental physical constant, is a physical quantity that is generally believed to be both universal in nature and have constant value in time.

  • Strong and weak nuclear force 
  • Speed of light
  • Mass of electron, proton, neutron, 
  • The ratio of electrons to protons




Amazing level of fine-tuning in the universe

If any of these constants were off by the slightest bit then there would be not only no life, but:

  • No chemistry
  • No planets
  • No stars
  • No galaxies
  • No universe 

Gravitational Constant

The force of gravity is determined by the Gravitational constant

If this constant varied by 1 x 10^60 none of us would exist

In comparison, we have 10^14 cells in the body 

There are an estimated 7.5 x 10^18 grains of sand (or seven quintillion, five hundred quadrillion grains)

There are about 10 billion galaxies in the observable universe! The number of stars in a galaxy varies, but assuming an average of 100 billion stars per galaxy means that there are about 1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 (that's 1 billion trillion) stars in the observable universe! 10^21

If larger by just one part in 10^60 then the universe would have thinned out too rapidly for any stars to form

If decrease by just one part in 10^60 then the universe would be too dense and collapse back on itself

[40:57] The creation of the heavens and the earth is even more awesome than the creation of the human being, but most people do not know.

Big Bang

Or consider the expansion rate of the universe driven by the cosmological constant 

Change in value by one part x 10^120 would cause the universe to expand to rapidly or too slowly 

Number of atoms in the observable universe 10^80

[51:47] We constructed the sky with our hands, and we will continue to expand it.

Entropy necessary for the big bang = 1x10^10^123

Even if we were to write a 0 on each separate proton and on each separate neutron in the entire universe- and we could throw in all the other particles for good measure- we would fall far short of writing down the figure needed to represent 1x10^10^123

The Big Bang Theory Confirmed*

[21:30] Do the unbelievers not realize that the heaven and the earth used to be one solid mass that we exploded into existence? And from water we made all living things. Would they believe? Footnote [21:31] And we placed on earth stabilizers, lest it tumbles with them, and we placed straight roads therein, that they may be guided. [21:32] And we rendered the sky a guarded ceiling. Yet, they are totally oblivious to all the portents therein. [21:33] And He is the One who created the night and the day, and the sun and the moon; each floating in its own orbit.

[14:34] And He gives you all kinds of things that you implore Him for. If you count GOD's blessings, you can never encompass them. Indeed, the human being is transgressing, unappreciative.