We Can See Heaven with our Eyes for the Answer
There are so many things in our lives that we just assume ‘are just there’. Sometimes it takes a child’s mind asking a simple question like ‘Why is the sky blue?’ to get your creative juices flowing. As I search for answers it becomes apparent that nobody really knows including myself. Don’t get me wrong, you get some really good sounding theories but none of the accepted scientific answers satisfied my curiosity as factual.
Looking into this question was fun and interesting to discover the theories on the scientific and biblical side. Almost every mainstream explanation begins with the words “first you need to understand how light works…”. NASA’s theory states “Blue is scattered more than other colors because it travels as shorter, smaller waves. This is why we see a blue sky most of the time”. This seems to provide an answer but not commonsensical or observable as with most space agency theories. A common pattern we have come to see is space agency’s responding to questions with answers that cannot be understood and/or observed by the layman. Ultimately this can lead to curious minds satisfying their own curiosity by conducting their own experiments. After all, anybody can do science. [Read more…]