More And More Walmarts Coming: The Earth Has All The Natural Resources Needed.
by Jack Hectorman
Some say if you think that the worlds resources are unlimited you are only deluding yourself. They say that while agreeing that we humans have probably only tapped maybe one percent of the Earth’s total resources. But to think the earth will keep providing for us til the end of time is almost impossible for them to believe, so they cry “Shortage, shortage, shortage.”
I would reply that God is Sovereign and He had a detailed blueprinted plan for this Earth before He created it and He has been working out that Plan gradually and incrementally since He started this grand project.
God is Intelligent and a Person, and all intelligent persons draw up precise blueprints before they start to build huge gigantic projects.
** Persons who fail to blueprint are considered incompetents. ** What would have been said to the builders of the Empire State Building if they had showed up to start construction without a precise detailed blueprinted plan? “Just put the cornerstone where ever you think it will look the best, and hope we get the other stones we were promised.” and “Just start putting the steel up over there somewhere, it will probably all work out okay, even though nobody knows if we will have enough steel to finish this particular job or not.”
The Sovereign God is Intelligent and most certainly would have included 100% of all natural resources needed to finish this huge project down here on the Earth. One of we befuddled humans might have developed a plan and forgot to include the needed resources, but as you look up into the Heavens on a stary night, does the Creator of all that you see strike your mind as the type of Person that forgets things?
Its reasonable to believe that all the resources will be there as they are needed because the Sovereign God put them here when He created the Earth and started this project. Its unreasonable to believe otherwise.
At this point in our unfolding history it is utterly impossible for we humans to know what God has buried in the Earth. We cannot know how much either.
** Earth:510.072 million sq km total: **
Here, according to the CIA World Factbook, is the World’s Land and Ocean Area in Square km: total: 510.072 million sq km total (…land: 148.94 million sq km …water: 361.132 million sq km …70.9% of the world’s surface is water, 29.1% is land.)
Not only is all that very very wide, its also very very deep. 21st century men do not know what is down there buried under the Ocean’s floor or buried under the floor of the Amazon Jungle or the Sahara Desert. The claim that the earth has “limited resources” is a liberal Enviro faith position.
The only way their claim can be scientific is for them to personally visit, say 5 miles down throughout the Earths 510,072 million sq. km That they cannot do. Nor can their scientific instruments reach down there either. The truth is they do not know what is down there.
So far we have only drilled some 7 miles down into the Earth. (The Kola Superdeep Borehole)
** [SIZE=3] The Kola Superdeep Borehole **
The Kola Superdeep Borehole is the result of a scientific drilling project of the Soviet Union on the Kola Peninsula.
The project attempted to drill as deep as possible into the Earth’s crust. Drilling began on 24 May 1970 using the Uralmash-4E, and later the Uralmash-15000 series drilling rig.
A number of boreholes were drilled by branching from a central hole. The deepest, SG-3, reached 12,262 metres (40,230 ft) in 1989, and is the deepest hole ever drilled, and the deepest artificial point on Earth.
For two decades it was also the world’s longest borehole, in terms of measured depth along the well bore, until surpassed in 2008 by 12,289 m (40,318 ft)…
The Kola borehole penetrated about a third of the way through the Baltic continental crust, estimated to be around 35 kilometres (22 mi) deep, reaching rocks of Archaean age (greater than 2.5 billion years old) at the bottom.
21st century men regularly discover natural resources deposits that were previously unknown to them.
Additionally, in the not to distant future there may be new scientific discoveries that allow humans to make new hybrid materials that when blended together in various combinations will duplicate every single resource we need. We may have already discovered those materials and just do not know right now about what their blends will yield.
Scientists find new species (plants, animals, insects, sea creatures) regularly they did not know existed. No human can know what up-ward mobile postive constructive discoveries may be yet ahead. In the year 2200 A.D. gold may sell for 30 cents per pound.
Here is some very interesting chronology relating to when elements were discovered: Timeline of chemical elements discoveries - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
One other thing, no human can know what scientific discoveries the Sovereign God has decreed for men to find in the coming years and decades. You do not know that 75 years hence mankind will not be using sand to fuel his automobiles and to power his cities. Sand, the same stuff one finds in the Sahara Desert. I don’t say yea or nay because I don’t know, but I do know the Sovereign God put a mind-boggling amount of sand on this planet for a reason, I just don’t know what that reason was.
God’s blueprinted plan may have decreed that men learn how to use sand and sea water to power their cities ?
Remember, they told the Wright Brothers they’d “never get that thing off the ground.”
** I Close With A Little Humorous Fun: **
Then too this is the 21st century, the Epoch of my friends the Klingons! Translation? Space travel Mr. Reader, as in zooming out to the planets any day now /grin to pick up a load of Zxzxzxqqzxqxz-88-B and ZxZxzXZXzxXZX-36 which when combined with Earth’s sand and water produces QsQSqA-Y-88-36 a material so potent that I dare not tell you it’s capabilities. Hint: One ounce will power the New York City of 2200 A.D. for 25 years. Sure, that sound silly right now, but something like that is very possible, even if we have to wait a few more centuries, as you well know because you were Captain Kirk in a previous life.
Many of you are far more knowledgeable than I am about any of that tech stuff I mentioned up there, and your contributions will be greatly appreciated.