By Harun Yahya
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Because of the rarity of triple-nucleus encounters, the reaction can proceed at a significant rate only at certain well-defined energies (termed “resonances”), where the reaction rate is substantially amplified by quantum effects. By good fortune, one of these resonances is positioned just about right to correspond to the sort of energies that helium nuclei have inside large stars. 14 Such a chemical reaction is beyond by coincidence—it’s impossible! ” Davies is aware of this miracle and does not conceal his bewilderment when explaining this process, but nevertheless adopts such unscientific and irrational terms as “lucky fluke” or “good fortune,” simply because he rejects Creation.
61 A Chain of Miracles protective gravitational shield for the Earth. Yet another way Jupiter protects the Earth is revealed by astronomer George Wetherhill in his article entitled “How Special Jupiter Is”: Without a large planet positioned precisely where Jupiter is, the earth would have been struck a thousand times more frequently in the past by comets and meteors and other interplanetary debris. If it were not for Jupiter, we wouldn't be around to study the origin of the solar system. 28 It has been calculated that the Earth-Moon planetary system also plays a vital role in preserving balance in the solar system.
If it were not for Jupiter, we wouldn't be around to study the origin of the solar system. 28 It has been calculated that the Earth-Moon planetary system also plays a vital role in preserving balance in the solar system. 62 TheinS trooldau r cStyiosn tem In the absence of this duo, Jupiter’s huge mass would cause great instability to inner planets like Mercury and Venus; with the result that their orbits would approach one another closer and closer. This in turn would force Mercury out of the solar system and alter the orbit of Venus.