Amazing Top 10 Design Perfect On Earth
This principle reveals that every detail is there in the universe has been designed with perfect accuracy to enable man to live. Small example of the anthropic principle can be found on the facts relating to the existence of the earth.
In this case, an American astronomer Hugh Ross in his book "The Fingerprint of God, Recent Scientific Discoveries Reveal the Unmistakable Identitiy of The Creator 'has made its own list as follows.
1. Distance of earth to the sun
Distance sun to the earth is 149,669,000 kilometers (or 93 million miles). This distance is known as the astronomical unit and the usual rounded (for simplification count) to 148 million km.
Compared with the earth, sun diameter of approximately 112 time. Sun's gravity is about 30 times the force of gravity. Sunlight 8 minutes travel time to get to earth.
Planet Earth will be too cold for a stable water cycle.
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Planet Earth will be too hot for a stable water cycle
2. Gravity at Earth's surface
Surface gravity of an astronomical objects (planets, stars, etc.) is the acceleration of gravity in effect at the surface of the object. Surface gravity depends on mass and radius of the object. Often the surface gravity is expressed as a ratio to the provisions in force in the earth.
Earth's atmosphere would hold too much toxic gases (ammonia and methane)
If you are weaker:
Earth's atmosphere would be too thin because many air loss
3. The period of rotation of the earth
The rotation of the earth refers to the movement of planet Earth rotates on its axis and movement in its orbit around the sun.
If more time:
The temperature difference on the day and night too large
Wind speed is too high in the atmosphere
Albedo is a quantity that describes the ratio of sunlight that arrives at Earth's surface and are reflected back into space with changes in wavelength (outgoing longwave radiation).
Wavelength difference between incoming and reflected can be associated with how much solar energy is absorbed by the earth's surface.
Ice age would happen uncontrollably
Uncontrolled greenhouse effect will occur
5. Earthquake Activity
An earthquake is a vibration or shock that occurs on the surface of the earth. Earthquakes are usually caused by movement of the earth's crust (tectonic plates). The word earthquake is also used to indicate the origin of the earthquake occurrence.
Our Earth is solid though, always moving, and earthquakes occur when the pressure is happening because the movement was already too large to hold.
Too many creatures perish
Foodstuffs seabed will not be recycled into the mainland through tectonic uplift
6. The thickness of the crust
The crust is the outermost layer of the earth is divided into 2 categories, namely the ocean crust and continental crust. Oceanic crust has a thickness of about 5-10 km, whereas the continental crust has a thickness of about 20-70 km.
The author, a major oceanic crust is basaltic rock, whereas the continental crust rocks are the main constituent is a granite, basalt rock that is not crowded. The earth's crust and part of the lithospheric mantle to form layers with a total thickness of approximately 80 km.
Berpidah too much oxygen from the atmosphere to the Earth's crust
Tectonic and volcanic activity would be too big
7. Earth's magnetic field
Earth's magnetosphere is a region in space whose shape is determined by the extent of the internal magnetic field of the earth, the solar wind plasma and interplanetary magnetic field.
In the magnetosphere, a mixture of ions and free electrons from the solar wind and Earth's ionosphere and magnetic force is limited by the power that is stronger than gravity and collisions.
Electromagnetic storms would be too damaging
If you are weaker:
Lack of protection from harmful radiation coming from outer space
8. Gravitational interactions with the moon
Month drawn by the force of gravity does not fall to the earth caused by the centrifugal force arising from the moon's orbit around the earth.
The amount of centrifugal force the moon is slightly larger than the gravitational force attraction between the earth and the moon. This causes the moon further away from Earth at about 3.8 cm / year.
Tidal effects on the ocean, atmosphere and the rotation period of further damage
Indirect changes in the orbit cause climate instability
9. Levels of carbon dioxide and water vapor in the atmosphere
Earth's atmosphere consists of nitrogen (78.17%) and oxygen (20.97%), with a little argon (0.9%), carbon dioxide (variable, but approximately 0.0357%), water vapor and other gases.
The atmosphere protects life on earth by absorbing ultraviolet radiation from the sun's rays and reducing temperature extremes between day and night.
75% of the atmosphere within 11 km of the planet's surface. The atmosphere does not have a direct line tapat borders, but rather thin gradually with increasing altitude, there is no definite boundary between the atmosphere and outer space.
Uncontrolled greenhouse effect will occur
The greenhouse effect is not sufficient
10. Levels of ozone in the atmosphere
Ozone consists of three molecules of oxygen and very harmful to human health. Naturally, the ozone generated by ultraviolet light mixing with the earth's atmosphere and form an ozone layer at an altitude of 50 kilometers.
Ozone is concentrated in the lower stratosphere between 15 and 30 km above the earth's surface, known as the 'ozone layer'.
Ozone is produced by various chemical compounds, but the main mechanism for income and transfer in the atmosphere is the absorption of ultraviolet (UV) from the sun.
Earth's surface temperature too low
Earth's surface temperature too high, too much ultraviolet radiation
The list above is just a few examples of the many abundant data about the anthropic principle.
However, even this is little enough to destroy the myth that materialist scientists believed, namely that the existence of the earth and its life have happened by chance to him through a series of random events without planning.
Anyone who studies these data will not fail to come to the conclusion that the earth is a place that has been designed with an unimaginable level of complexity and with a perfect fit for the continuation of life in it.
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