The Creation Function 

An equation is explicitly described by the Bible in the following verses: 
The Nautilus Shell is a beautiful example of how living organisms grow in a spiral fashion. 

Scripture: Is. 40:26 Lift up your eyes on high, and behold who hath created these things, that bringeth out their host by number: he calleth them out by names by the greatness of his might, for that he is strong in power; not one faileth. Ps. 139:14 I will praise thee; for I am fearfully and wonderfully made: marvelous are thy works; and that my soul knoweth right well. 15My substance was not hid from thee, when I was made in secret, and curiously wrought in the lowest parts of the earth. 16Thine eyes did see my substance, yet being unperfect; and in thy book all my members were written, which in continuance were fashioned, when as yet there was none of them. 17How precious are thy thoughts unto me, O God! How great is the sum of them! Prov. 8:27 When he prepared the heavens, I was there: when he set a compass upon the face of the depth. 

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Discussion: These passages completely define a numerical sequence known as a summation. A summation is simply a related sequence of numbers that ultimately add together reaching a desired final quantity. This mathematical relationship will be referred to as the “Creation Function”. God began by surveying the area of His Abundance, the Mountain of God (Ez. 28:13). He then determined which part was to be the World. He used a compass (Prov. 8:27). He moved in a sevenday Journey with His compass (much like the 3 kings in II Kings 3:9). His Creation was revealed in numerical order (Is. 40:26). The Original creation resulted in a mathematical summation (Ps. 139:14). A “Day” of Creation was a 360 degree compass rotation of the World. As the numbers were brought out and summed, they established a continually rotating and expanding pattern on a 360° compass. Figure 1 is a graphical representation of the pattern. The radial axis represents the sequence of “root” integers and the angles are referred to as the “scope”. Scope angles from 1 degree to 180 degrees represent Night, and scope angles 181 to 360 represent Day. I will now describe this “function” in words. God approached His creation as if he were planting seeds in what He decided would ultimately be His Garden. Let each seed planted have a root number, and a scope angle. Let the independent variable root be an element of the basis represented by the set of positive real integers (Is. 40:26). Let the seed’s dependent variable scope, an element of the positive real numbers, form an angle, measured in degrees (Prov. 8:27, “compass” as used in 2 Kings 3:9). Let the maximun scope number of Creation be constrained to 360° such that as the summed (Ps. 139:17) scope angle increases as a function of root, a full Day will be counted when the summed scope is greater than or equal to 360°. At that time we subtract (scope  360°) to begin counting the next Day. Beginning with the Mountain of God, that which existed before our World came into existence, let root = 1. This corresponds to Day 0. Let “scope” = 0 for this initial rigid position in the Mountain of God. Next, God’s command of “Let there be light”, asserts root = 2. God divided the Light with the Word or Son, or Sword. Let the maximum scope or “maxscope” of the World be 360 degrees. This is an arbitrary value chosen for convenience, but is perfectly suitable because like any real number 360 can be divided an infinite number of times. Here is the operation: divide the maxscope by the newly asserted root variable to obtain the “scope” of that step of Creation. Since root = 2 and maxscope = 360, the scope result is 180. Combining the scope with the previous scope gives a new scope of 180 degrees. The object of this function is to obtain ordered pairs of form (root, scope) from which we may draw a graph. So far we have: (1,0) and (2,180). We graph these ordered pairs on a radial plot as we continue to increment the root variable and sum the resulting scope variables. Here are more examples: Let root = 3. Divide 360/3 =120 degrees. Add 120 to 180 = 300 degrees. Plot (3,300). Let root = 5. Divide 360/5 =72 degrees. Add 72 to 30 = 102 degrees. Plot (5,102). It is encouraged that the readers set up a spreadsheet and generate the Creation Function data and graph themselves. Here is the function in Excel: =IF(scope+360/root>360,scope+360/root360,scope+360/root)
The figure shown above is the shortlist of the interesting output of the function to the end of Day 7. The Spiral Pattern is the Pattern of Life Figure 1. It is a spiral. More specifically it is a logarithmic spiral. For every 360 degree rotation of this spiral, the exponential e is approximated in root. Now look again at Table 1. The root variable increases by an approximation of e with every rotation. After only 7 full rotations, i.e. the seven days of creation, the exponential is approximated to Day7/Day6 = 1674/616 = 2.71753 compared to the actual 2.71828. And the more rotations calculated the closer the approximation gets! And each rotation is literally a day. This exponential is the subject of many books and is a familiar growth construct in Nature. Every living thing that grows does so according to this function. The Nautilus Shell above is one of many many examples of this spiral. Some spirals are not so obvious, like that of any tree. One crucial feature of the logarithmic spiral is that as it grows it keeps proportion. This explains how incredibly complex organic structures can grow and continue to function. Another feature is that individual root variable members of the spiral get equal exposure opportunity, i.e. unique scope positions. This is critical during tree growth such that any leaf will have a best chance at getting sunlight exposure. This feature is also observed in atomic physics while studying electronic orbitals. Next, we will look at the ionization chart currently used in chemistry to see these phenomena up close.
The Graph of the Creation Function Resembles the Periodic Table Figure 2 is the graph of the ionization energies of the elements from the periodic table of the elements (CRC Handbook, 2001). What is plotted is the amount of energy it takes to remove an electron from its orbital. This has to do with the exposure an electron has to the atom’s nucleus. More exposure to the nucleus means that electron is harder to remove from the atom. Obviously the idea here, much like a leaf on a tree, is that the correct amount of exposure is critical. So in the case of the atom, a logarithmic spiral should be able to keep the electrons in order around a nucleus as an atom gains/loses energy. Figure 3 is the Figure 1 spiral redrawn on an xy plot. The root variable is on the horizontal xaxis and the scope is on the vertical yaxis. The two graphs look very similar until root = 19. What happened at ROOT 19? The explanation is beyond the scope of this page, but the Bible does give us a prophecy and a map of elements in Daniel 2. The Nebuchadnezzar image is 60 cubits tall with a gold head (atomic number 79). Subtract 60 from 79 to get ROOT = 19. We now look at some related evidence that the order of the periodic table of the elements is consistent with the order of Creation and therefore the Creation Function. The Creation Function is Consistent with the Periodic Table We will compare the Creation Function and Creation Story with the table. Notice how the Znumbers of the elements correspond to the respective root numbers in Table 1. NIGHT AND DAY 1, the Creation of Day and Night DAY 2, the Creation of the Water and Firmament NIGHT 3, the Creation of Earth, root = 11 to 18 DAY 3, Creation of Earth, root 19 to 30 In the figure below, notice how the abundances (CRC Handbook) of Elements in the Earth Crust drop off after Z=30. Therefore, this is evidence that the Earth “proper” was finished on the 3rd Day, complete with dry land, seas, and plants, because the Genesis account goes on to talk about the 4th Day being that during which the lights in the sky were created; namely the Great Light, the Lesser Light, and Stars. Figure 4: Displays the relative abundances of the elements 1 thru 80. Notice how the abundances drop off after element 30. CRC Handbook What is the significance of the number 30? We refer back to the spiral tabular data. The chart below summarizes the data on the Excel sheet. Night 4 begins at ROOT = 30. Table 1: Summarizes the output of the Creation Function at the 180 and 360 degree points. To summarize:
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