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Sunday, October 28, 2012

ACROSTICS NAME OF GOD





THE FOUR ACROSTICS.
The following phenomena are noticed in examining the four Acrostics which form the name "YHWH" :
1.  In each case the four words forming the Acrostic are consecutive.
2.  In each case (except the first) the form a sentence complete in itself.
3.  There are no other such Acrostics in the whole book, except the fifth Acrostic at the end; though there is one other, forming another Divine Title, in Ps. 96:11.  (See note there.)
4.  In their construction there are not two alike, but each one is arranged in a manner quite different from the other three.
5.  Each is uttered by a different speaker.  The first by Memucan (1:20); the second by Esther (5:4); the third by Haman (5:13); the fourth by the inspired writer (7:7).
6.  The first two Acrostics are a pair, having the name formed by the Initial letters of the four words.
7.  The last two are a pair, having the name formed by the Final lthis book, and the name "EHYEH" (I am that I am) once.  The Massorah (Ap. 30) has a rubric calling attention to the former fact; and (at least) (*3) three ancient manuscripts are known in which the Acrostic (*4) letters in all five cases are written Majuscular (or, larger than the others) so that they stand out boldly and prominently, showing the four consonant letters of the mane JeHoVaH.  In Hebrew y, h, w, h, or, as written in Hebrew from right to left, hwhy.  In English, L, O, R, D.  Also the five letters of the fifth Acrostic, "EHYH". 
etters of the four words.
8.  The first and third Acrostics are a pair, having the name spelt backward.
9.  The second and fourth are a pair, having the name spelt forward.  They thus form an alternation :
        A  Backward.
            B  Forward.
        A  Backward.
           B  Forward.
10.  The first and third (in which the name is formed backward) are a pair, being spoken by Gentiles.
11.  The second and fourth (in which the name is spelt forward) are a pair, being spoken by Israelites.  They thus form an Alternation :--
        C  Spoken by a Gentile (Memucan).
            D  Spoken by an Israelite (Esther).
        C  Spoken by a Gentile (Haman).
           D  Spoken by and Israelite (the inspired writer).
12.  The first and second form a pair, being connected with Queens and Banquets.
13.  The third and fourth are a pair, being connected with Haman.
14.  The first and fourth are a pair, being spoken concerning the Queen (Vashti) and Haman respectively.
15.  The second and third are a pair, being spoken by the Queen (Esther) and Haman respectively.  They thus form and Introversion :--
        E  Words concerning a Queen.
            F  Words spoken by a Queen.
        E  Words spoken by Haman.
           F  Words concerning Haman.
16.  It is remarkable also that, in the two cases where the name is formed by the initial letters, the facts recorded are initial also, and are spoken of an even in which YHWH overruling was initiated; while in the two cases where the name is formed by the final letters, the events are final also, and lead rapidly up to the end toward which Jehovah was working.
Thus in the two cases where the name is spelt backward (*5), YHWH is seen overruling the counsels of Gentiles for the accomplishment of His own; and where the name is spelt forward (*5), He is rulingdirectly in the interests of His own People unknown to themselves. 

THE FIRST ACROSTIC (1:26).
is formed by the initial letters, for the even was initial; and the name is spelt backward because Jehovah was turning back and overruling the counsels of man.  The whole clause reads as follows; the words forming the Acrostic being put in italic type :--
"And when the king's decree which he shall make, shall be published throughout all his empire, (for it is great,) all the wives shall give to their husbands honor, both to great and small."  The four words we give, 1st, in the Hebrew type (with the Majuscular letters at the beginning of each word); 2nd, with the Transliteration; and 3rd, in English paraphrase, reproducing the sentence in the word LORD with the initial letters backward :--
                  4           3            2             1
              WgH=y!!  mv]N*h^ -lb`w+  ayh!
          1           2             3             4
                Hi'      Vekal    Hannashim  Yittenu.
                  1           2             3             4
                 it       and-all    the-wives   shall-give
                 "Due    Respect      Our       Ladies
       shall give to their husbands, both to great and small." 

THE SECOND ACROSTIC (5:4).
is formed, as before, by the initial letters, for Jehovah is initiating His action; but the name is spelt forward because He is ruling and causing Esther to act; and take the first step, which was to lead up to so great an end.
The four words are :
                4           3           2          1
           moyh^ zm*h*w= I÷÷!l#M#h^ aoby`
       1           2               3            4
          Yabo'  Hammelek VeHaman Hayyom
              1            2                3               4
          let-come  the-king   and-Haman   this-day
            "Let         Our           Royal        Dinner
         this day be graced by the king and Haman."
The name of Jehovah is read in the invitation, intimating that there would be a fourth at that banquet. 

THE THIRD ACROSTIC (5:13).
is the beginning of the end; for Haman had gone forth from that banquet "joyful and with a glad heart" (5:9) "that day."  Yet it was to be his last.  Hence the third Acrostic is formed with the final letters, for the end was approaching; and the name is spelt backward, for  YHWH overruling Haman's gladness, and turning back Haman's counsel.
The four words are :
            4        3           2          1
          yl= hw#v) WBb#ya@ hz#
      1          2             3        4
          zeH  'eynennV  shoveH   leY
           1           3            2         4
          this    availeth    nothing  to-me
The English may be freely rendered "Yet am I
          saD;     foR,         nO     avaiL
is all this to me." 

THE FOURTH ACROSTIC (7:7).
is formed, like the third, by the final letters, for Haman's end had come.  But it is spelt forward like the first, for Jehovah was ruling and bringing about the end He had determined.  Haman saw there was cause for fear.  A fourth is there -- Jehovah Himself!  And when Esther pleads for her life (7:3), the king asks "Who is he and where is he?" which brings in Jehovah's own ineffable name -- the Acrostic of the five final letters spelling in Hebrew "I am" (see the fifth Acrostic below).  Esther replies :  "The adversary and enemy is this wicked Haman."  The king, filled with wrath, rises, and goes forth into the palace garden.  Haman, filled with fear, rises, "to make request for his life to Esther the queen, for he saw
           that evil was determined against him
by the king."
This was the climax, the end had come.  Hence the name is spelt by the final letters :
                4              3             2            1
          hu*d*h* wyl*a@  hj*l=k* yB†
        1              2             3            4
               kY       kalethaH    'elayV    haraeaH
                1        4               2                    3
              that     evil    was-determined  against-him
Translated, as before, the Acrostic appears in English thus :  "For he saw that there was
            eviL     tO       feaR     determineD
against him by the king." 

THE FIFTH ACROSTIC (7:5).
in this book does not form the name "YHWH," but the remarkable name E H Y H which means
"I AM."
It is noted in some manuscripts by Majuscular letters, which have Massoretic authority (see Ap, 30).
The Acrostic is formed by the final letters, and the name is spelt backward.
The king asks "Who is he, and where is he, that durst presume in his heart to do so?" :  i.e. to sell for destruction Queen Esther and her People.  In saying this he unconsciously gives the name of Him who came down to deliver His People out of the hand of Pharaoh, and had then come down to deliver them again out of the hand of Haman, "the Jews' enemy", who, like Pharaoh, sought to destroy the whole nation (cp. Exodus 2:23-25 with 3:14, 15).  The great enemy of the Messiah -- the living Word -- was seeking to destroy all hope of His promised coming (Gen. 3:15), and make void the repeated promise of Jehovah.
Ahasuerus only pointed to human agency, but his words point us to the Satanic agency which was behind it.  The Acrostic is in the final letters of his question "Who is he, and where is he?"  Only the great "I am that I am" could know that, and could answer that question.  Esther and Mordecai knew the human instrument, but none could know who was directing him but the One Who sees the end from the beginning.
The words forming the Acrostic are
            4          3        2            1
       hz# ya@w=  hz# aIh
      1          2        3          4
           hu'E    zeH    ve'eY     zeH
             1         2                3                4
[who is] he   this [man]  and where  [is] this [man]
"who durst presume in his heart to do so" :  i.e. to conspire
against the life of the Queen and her People.
We may English it thus :
"WhereE dwelletH the-enemthat-daretH
presume in his heart to do this thing?"
Thus was the name of the great "I AM" of Exodus 3:14 presented to the eye, to reveal the fact that He who said of E H Y H "this is My Name for ever, and this is My Memorial unto all generations" (v. 15), was there to remember His People.  Here was a "generation" in Persia who experienced the truth and the power of this Name, as a former "generation" had done in Egypt.
The same "I AM" had indeed come down to deliver them from Haman; as He had from Pharaoh, and from the great "enmity" (of Gen. 3:15) which instigated both to accomplish the Satanic design of exterminating the Nation of Israel.
In these five Acrostics we have something far beyond a mere coincidence; we have design.  When we read the denunciation in Deut. 31:16-18, and see it carried out in Persia, we learn that though God was not among His people there, He was for them.  Though He was not acting as YHWH, "that dwelleth between the Cherubim," He was "the God of Heaven, ruling and over-ruling all in the Heaven above and in the Earth beneath" for the fulfillment of His purposes, and in the deliverance of His People.  Hence, though His name, as well as His presence, is HIDDEN, yet, it is there, in the Word; and so wonderfully interwoven that no enemy will ever know how to put it out. 


(*1)  In the note on Est. 1:1 this Ahasuerus is identified with Astyages, who is the same as Darius the Mede.  See notes on p. 618, and Ap. 57.
(*2)  The Talmud (Kelim 139) says "Where do we get Esther in the Law?"  And the answer is "Deut. 31:18, 'and I will surely hide my face'".  So here, the outward form of the revelation takes on the form of its inward and spiritual meaning.  For the same reason we have the Divine Title "the God of heaven" as characterizing the book Exra-Nehemiah.  See note on 2Chron. 36:23.
(*3)  How many more there may be will be ascertained only when all the special scrolls of Esther shall be examined.
(*4)  For other examples of Acrostics in the Hebrew text, see Ap. 63. vii.
(*5)  In the use of these terms, "backward" and "forward" the English reader must bear in mind that Hebrew is read from right to left both in the spelling and wording.

Saturday, October 27, 2012

RADIO TRASMITTER





" , let them shout from the top of the mountains.(Isaiah 42:11)

The principles of Radio Transmitter is an electronic device which the aid of an antenna produces radio waves "


In electronics and telecommunications a transmitter or radio transmitter is an electronic device which, with the aid of an antenna, produces radio waves. The transmitter itself generates a radio frequency alternating current, which is applied to the antenna. When excited by this alternating current, the antenna radiates radio waves. In addition to their use in broadcasting, transmitters are necessary component parts of many electronic devices that communicate by radio, such as cell phoneswireless computer networksBluetoothenabled devices, garage door openerstwo-way radios in aircraft, ships, and spacecraft, radar sets, and navigational beacons. The termtransmitter is usually limited to equipment that generates radio waves for communication purposes; or radiolocation, such as radar and navigational transmitters. Generators of radio waves for heating or industrial purposes, such as microwave ovens or diathermy equipment, are not usually called transmitters even though they often have similar circuits.
The term is popularly used more specifically to refer to a broadcast transmitter, a transmitter used in broadcasting, as in FM radio transmitter or television transmitter. This usage usually includes both the transmitter proper, the antenna, and often the building it is housed in.
An unrelated use of the term is in industrial process control, where a "transmitter" is a telemetry device which converts measurements from a sensor into a signal, and sends it, usually via wires, to be received by some display or control device located a distance away.

Thursday, October 11, 2012

PLANET MADE OF DIAMOND



In what can be called a gem of a discovery, astronomers found a rare planet made of diamonds, which would likely have oxygen apart from carbon. The carbon-based planet lies 4,000 light years away, in the constellation of Serpens in our Milky Way galaxy.

Wednesday, October 10, 2012

THE WITNESSES OF GOD EXISTENCE




IRON OXIDES IN SPACE DOTH CORRUPT



"But lay up for yourselves treasures in heaven, where neither moth nor rust doth corrupt,(Matthew 6:20)

In space There is No present of Oxygen and air moisture  on  that  reason No possibility of oxidation that resulting  rush (Iron Oxides) 2,000 Yrs before Man discovery is already revealed in the Bible that in  (Space) Rush doth corrupt.

Rust is iron oxides. In colloquial usage, the term is applied to red oxides, formed by the reaction of iron and oxygen in the presence of water or air moisture. There are also other forms of rust, such as the result of the reaction of iron and chloride in an environment deprived of oxygen, such as rebar used in underwater concrete pillars, which generates green rust. Several forms of rust are distinguishable visually and by spectroscopy, and form under different circumstances. Rust consists of hydrated iron(III) oxides Fe2O3·nH2O andiron(III) oxide-hydroxide FeO(OH)·Fe(OH)3.
Given sufficient time, oxygen, and water, any iron mass will eventually convert entirely to rust and disintegrate. Surface rust provides no protection to the underlying iron, unlike the formation of patina on copper surfaces. Rusting is the common term for corrosion of iron and its alloys, such as steel. Many other metals undergo equivalent corrosion, but the resulting oxides are not commonly called rust.
Chemical reaction

Heavy rust on the links of a chain near the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco; it was continuously exposed to moisture andsalt spray, causing surface breakdown, cracking, and flaking of the metal.Oxidation of iron metal
When impure (cast) iron is in contact with water, oxygen, or other strong oxidants, or acids, it rusts. If salt is present, for example in seawater or salt spray, the iron tends to rust more quickly, as a result of electrochemical reactions. Iron metal is relatively unaffected by pure water or by dry oxygen. As with other metals, like aluminium, a tightly adhering oxide coating, a passivation layer, protects the bulk iron from further oxidation. The conversion of the passivating iron oxide layer to rust results from the combined action of two agents, usually oxygen and water.
Other degrading solutions are sulfur dioxide in water and carbon dioxide in water. Under these corrosive conditions, iron hydroxide species are formed. Unlike iron oxides, the hydroxides do not adhere to the bulk metal. As they form and flake off from the surface, fresh iron is exposed, and the corrosion process continues until either all of the iron is consumed or all of the oxygen, water, carbon dioxide, or sulfur dioxide in the system are removed or consumed.

Associated reactions

A rusted (and dirt-encrusted) bolt; note the surface pitting and gradual shape-deformation, caused by severe oxidation

Interior rust in old galvanized iron water pipes can result in brown and black water.
The rusting of iron is an electrochemical process that begins with the transfer of electrons from iron to oxygen. The rate of corrosion is affected by water and accelerated by electrolytes, as illustrated by the effects of road salt on the corrosion of automobiles. The key reaction is the reduction of oxygen:
O2 + 4e + 2H2O → 4OH
Because it forms hydroxide ions, this process is strongly affected by the presence of acid. Indeed, the corrosion of most metals by oxygen is accelerated at low pH. Providing the electrons for the above reaction is the oxidation of iron that may be described as follows:
Fe → Fe2+ + 2e
The following redox reaction also occurs in the presence of water and is crucial to the formation of rust:
4Fe2+ + O2 → 4Fe3+ + 2O2−
In addition, the following multistep acid-base reactions affect the course of rust formation:
Fe2+ + 2H2 Fe(OH)2 + 2H+
Fe3+ + 3H2 Fe(OH)3 + 3H+
as do the following dehydration equilibria:
Fe(OH)2  FeO + H2O
Fe(OH)3  FeO(OH) + H2O
2FeO(OH)  Fe2O3 + H2O

Rusted pyrite cubes embedded in a stony matrix
From the above equations, it is also seen that the corrosion products are dictated by the availability of water and oxygen. With limited dissolved oxygen, iron(II)-containing materials are favoured, including FeO and black lodestone (Fe3O4). High oxygen concentrations favour ferric materials with the nominal formulae Fe(OH)3-xOx/2. The nature of rust changes with time, reflecting the slow rates of the reactions of solids.
Furthermore, these complex processes are affected by the presence of other ions, such as Ca2+, both of which serve as an electrolyte, and thus accelerate rust formation, or combine with the hydroxides and oxides of iron to precipitate a variety of Ca-Fe-O-OH species.
A chemical rust indicator can be used for testing the presence of Fe2+. Fe2+ turns the rust indicator from yellow to blue.

MOUNTAIN SING TOGETHER TO REALITY

The Mountain that plenty deposit of earth  Menirals that use for electronic device 


"....Let the mountains sing together for joy.(Psalms 98:8)

IN THE RUGGED south-western mountains of Bolivia, the largest salt plain on earth, Salar de Uyuni, stretches dead flat and brilliant white for over ten thousand square kilometres. Beneath the dry plain is a lake of brine up to 20 metres deep and in its salty depths lithium and magnesium chloride can be found. Salar de Uyuni is famed for its alien landscape and draws thousands of cashed-up tourists every year, but according to reports, the Salar could also be the site of the world's richest reserve of lithium.
Alongside the technological innovation of the last 20 years is the race to keep up with demand for minerals used in electronic devices - some experts believe supply is lagging behind. Lithium is one such mineral.

" Or speak to the earth, and it shall teach thee:(Job 12:8)


A recent report by The Institute of Sustainable Futures titledPeak Minerals in Australia: a review of changing impacts and benefits, raises concerns about the future supply of minerals and says while few metals are in danger of complete physical depletion, many are becoming harder to extract.
Director of Engineering at Monash University and co-author of Peak Minerals in Australia, Professor Gavin Mudd says the cost of extracting minerals could affect future supplies.
"Sometimes the question is not how much is left, it's what the environmental cost of getting those resources out of the ground is.
"So when we're looking at products, whether it be a mobile phone, LCD screens or whatever, we do need to understand there is an environmental cost in terms of primary supply from mining," he says.
Professor Mudd says for newer elements being mined, it is hard to tell how much supply is left because they appear as trace elements and not mined exclusively.
"If we look at the rarer metals like gallium [and] indium for example, we don't have any mines just for gallium . . . some of those types of metals are intimately linked to things like how much copper we have or how much zinc we have.
"So we don't really know how to answer the question of 'are we likely to run out' except to say there is concern over the ability to keep supply going."

Indium crumbs

Indium is a trace element that has been in commercial use only in the last 20 years. Professor Michael Cortie, Director of the Institute for Nanoscale Technology at the University of Technology Sydney says demand for indium has been driven by the rapid up-take of flat-screen monitors and mobile phones that use LCD screens.
In flat-panel devices such as LCDs and touch-screen mobiles, indium tin oxide (ITO) is used as a thin coat around the screen. This thin layer of ITO conducts electricity away from the front panel - a technical innovation necessary for the trend towards touch-screen monitors.
"The problem is, unfortunately, indium is relatively scarce in the crust and wherever it does occur, it occurs in groups and so to my knowledge, it is never mined directly for its own sake - it's always a byproduct of something else.
"If indium was a byproduct of a mine producing copper or zinc for example, when that mine closes down because of falling copper or zinc prices, it is no longer viable to mine indium for its own sake," Cortie says.
The U.S. Geological Survey 2010 notes that 600 tonnes of indium was refined in 2009, but says no indicators are available to say how much may be left in reserves around the world.
Professor Chennupati Jagadish, Head of Semiconductor Optoelectronics and Nanotechnology at the Australian National says material scientists are looking at aluminium dope zinc oxide as an alternative to indium.
"Aluminum has got really high abundance and zinc has got really high abundance, so from that point, it's not really an issue," he says.

Silicon dreams

The electronics world has long been characterised by silicon. Professor Jim Williams from the Australian Research Network for Advanced Materials at the Australian National University says while silicon is abundant, refining it for use in electronics has become harder.
"The silicon chip industry is fortunately based on silicon which is the second most abundant element [in the Earth's crust] and there's not an abundance problem. But there certainly are issues with processing silicon.
"You can make it very pure, but some of the steps in purifying it, some of the steps in processing it to make it into chips have toxicity issues. That's not a result of silicon itself but some of the other chemicals that are used in processing," he says.
The kind of silicon (which is extracted from sand or quartz) used for computers must be ultra pure.
As Professor Cortie explains, "In order to save money with purification, [you need] to start with the purest possible sand or quartz you can get."
He adds pure forms of silicon are also needed for use on solar cells. But the shortage of pure silicon means increased cost.
"It's all about money - if you're prepared to pay for silicon, of course you can get some," he says.

The race for trace elements

Tantalum is another element that has been increasingly mined for its usefulness in modern technology. It is used as a capacitor for mobile phones.
While there is no shortage of tantalum, it is considered politically risky - tantalum mines in the Congo have been known to be run by militia rebels who mine illegally and exploit their miners. In 2009, the world mined 1,160 tonnes of tantalum, 100 tonnes of which came from the Congo. Fortunately, Australia is well placed to capitalise on our growing need for tantalum. It produced 560 tonnes in 2009 and is considered to have plentiful reserves of about 40,000 tonnes.
An increased interest in sustainable living has also contributed to demand for lithium and gallium. Rechargable lithium-iron batteries are beginning to replace nickel-cadmium batteries and are widely used in batteries for wireless devices, while gallium (a byproduct of bauxite and zinc) is being used for solar cells and LED lights.
While Salar de Uyuni could contain large amounts of lithium, it has yet to be mined for resources - Bolivia's leaders are currently negotiating to nationalise the mining operation. As of 2009, the U.S. Geological Survey lists the total world reserves of lithium at 9,900,000 tonnes.
Professor Cortie believes despite concern about the supply of minerals, consumer demand will drive commercial competitors to work together to come up with a solution.
"I think they [manufacturers and commercial competitors] realised to stay ahead of the game, they have to have the latest technology and if there's a problem with the material, they need to find something better or a solution."
Professor Mudd says better infrastructure for recycling minerals could go a long way in preserving elements and ensuring longevity of supply.
Electronic industries and manufacturers have previously collaborated to recycle minerals. Copper and gold used for wiring on electronic equipment for example are successfully recycled at electronic waste recycling plants. Gallium is already extracted from scrap metal.

"And he answered and said unto them, I tell you that, if these should hold their peace, the stones would immediately cry out.(Luke 19:40)

Raw Minerals use for electronic device 
Man Invinted  radio a "electronic device"
From earth minerals man pruduce a device that create sound and Music  

" I am become as sounding brass, or a tinkling cymbal.(1 Cor.13:1)

Dross is a mass of solid impurities floating on a molten metal. It forms on the surface of low-melting-point metals such as tin, lead, zinc or aluminium oralloys by oxidation of the metal.(Psalms 119:119)



Surely there is a vein for the silver, and a place for gold where they fine it.


Iron is taken out of the earth, and brass is molten out of the stone.


He setteth an end to darkness, and searcheth out all perfection: the stones of darkness, and the shadow of death.


The flood breaketh out from the inhabitant; even the waters forgotten of the foot: they are dried up, they are gone away from men. As for the earth, out of it cometh bread: and under it is turned up as it were fire.


The stones of it are the place of sapphires: and it hath dust of gold.(Job 28:1-6)