as we can see here, connected with the Bible.
A scientific approach can very well be a mathematical approach, which corresponds with the many counting, computing, computers of today. The word 'science' has to do with the greek 'mathema' and what I write here is a mathema-tical approach. I rather think in this simple verifiable scientific approach instead of a way with excavations. When you read my posts everywhere on the forum you will find many connections between biblical text and the creation itself, without the need of an archaeologist. And in every scientific area the scientists work with numbers. Not only scientists of course, everyone does it, for example when we look at the calendar and clock.
The six days of creation are written in 434 hebrew words*. The wordvalue of DaLeTH 4-30-400 is 434 and daleth means door, so the creation is a door. 434 is also the value of teled meaning 'to bare'. At birth we enter the creationdoor and our senses become developed. Where the beginning was before our birth, we can't tell. You can think about it, think back a bit, like how come your parents met, or how your forefathers life was, but already soon this going back stops in the material world. What we can see is the third or fourth offspring here in the material (some do).
The three and four
Daleth is also 4ever 'four', and in the first four times 'God says"** come the first three days into existance and they are the base for the next three days. The first three days are also mathematically the base for the six days: the 4 has the six in it: 1+2+3=6. And there are ten creation acts, mathematically seen this is 'with the 4 we come to the 10': 1+2+3+4=10. This may seem new to you and is explained here.
One of my posts of nature-science and Bible can be found here. We can put Biblical announcements in a sceme. You can do the same with minerals gold, silver etc. you don't need to be a rocket scientist to do that.
Psalms 24:1-2 speaks of the earth (eretz) and world (tebel) who are founded on seas (yam) and rivers. Yam is written as 10-40 and so this is the ratio 1:4. The formation story of Gen. 2 starts with the mist, written as 'd, a-d, 1-4, so this is also 1:4. I think the sea is written as plural because the 1:4 appears on more places, like in Gen. 2 and throughout the Bible. And not only in the Bible, but also in our bodies and other parts of the physical world. I have written in detail about the 1:4 ratio on other parts of the forum. By researching the hebrew word of the Word we make the connection. After the knowledge was lost about Psalms 24:1-2 they started to draw a picture of it: the earth as a disk floating on an ocean with fish around it stinging their heads out of the water. The water-nature is the left-nature, slow. The fire-nature is the right-nature. It is also like Abraham has to do with fire in his Biblical life (Sodom etc.) and Isaac has to do with water (finding his woman at a well etc.). Hebrew reads from right to left. And of course the right side of the creation story of Gen. 1 is about light and fire and the left side is about the waters and life in it. In the first word of the Bible 'bereshit' we can already find the word for fire: esh. And also covenant: brit. Here we have a covenant with fire (also in Maleachi 3:1-2). But that may be too brit-esh, british, for you dear reader. We understand that not everyone is British. Britain was the empire where the fiery sun never set.. Great Britain.
There is really no need to say that the Bible text can't be scientific, mathema-tically researched. A scientist can't produce a book or books (Biblia) like it with the gematria in it and the scemes related to the creation itself in it and with a structure like the Bible Wheel in it. I think they are not getting payed for proper research. Ivan Panin researched the New Testament in a scientific way and published his findings in the NEW YORK SUN, November 21, 1899. Of the nine noted rationalists, one was not 'interested' in the writer's 'arithmetical doings;' two 'regretted' that they had 'no time' to give heed thereto; another 'did not mean to be unkind, but...'; the rest were silent. Don't be amazed that scientists today are also... silent. I don't think this will change. But we can communicate about this knowledge by internet now, internet setup by scientists to communicate about knowledge.
* It is normal to count the words of a related passage, and also the letters thereof, and other aspects like how many times 'God says'.
** There is something about the letters of this word 'says' I have read about. They are the first letters of the word water, fire and air or something like that, in Hebrew of course.