From Largest to Smallest in the Universe and Back; How Big is God?

by Steve Ray on February 24, 2012

How important are we in the big picture? What is the biggest thing in the universe and if you delve down, what it the smallest? This is a well-done sliding, interactive “video” show that you control. Click on each item along the way for further information.

Force yourself out of your little world and see what God has done. Click on the image below to enter the incredibly small and immensely humungous the universe is. Ask yourself, “How did God make all of this?”

Click on this image to explore the Universe

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Mr. Patton February 26, 2012 at 6:25 PM

I didn’t see where God was located on any frame of this very simplistic scaled presentation to determine how “Big” God is.

Pepin the Short February 27, 2012 at 4:15 AM

Cold have been amazing but fails to be because it confuses size with distance…

sliver1935 February 27, 2012 at 11:03 AM

Still, it zeroes in on its prime message; God created the Heavens and the Earth, and you and I. Well done.

Rick DeLano February 27, 2012 at 1:07 PM

The first sentence is a good one.

It is the only one that matters.

If one uses this amusing app to answer this question “not very”, then the Enlightenment has won.

One will be seen to have adopted the anti-Catholic metaphysics of the Lodge.

Most Catholics would seem to have done exactly that.

But a very stubborn and resurgent (Catholic!) view states just the opposite conclusion:

The observations related in the above app (moving toward the cosmological end of the scale, at least) are misconstrued, just as Pepin suggests.

It is the relationship between scales that is important, and it is shockingly at variance with the foundational Principle of modernity, the foundational Principle of the Lodge’s metaphysics, the “Copernican” or cosmological Principle:

“You’re nothing special”.

But we are.

The Copernican Principle has been (observationally) falsified, and once this is more widely appreciated, one can, at last, hope for a return to the sane, healthy, normal state of affairs between Catholic and Luciferian metaphysics:

Open warfare.

James Phillips February 28, 2012 at 12:16 PM

Pepin, I understand what you are saying, but still I am somewhat amazed at your saying that this display is not amazing. I find it to be incredibly amazing in so much as one can see a truly immense degree of comparison in sizes, even if the magnitudes involved might on the concrete level seem almost beyond our imagination let alone our comprehension.

James Phillips February 28, 2012 at 12:21 PM

I would only add that, of course, it is good for the viewer to make the proper distinction between size and distance when viewing the display, but that need not lessen the informative impact and fascination of the display.

King Truth July 8, 2012 at 4:44 AM

Your so called god is the creation of the human mind and most people don’t have talents or actions to be proud of so they turn to celebrate football games or relgions for reasons to be found in the fundamentals of group dynamics. Wake up! It’s not the Middle Ages any more!

Jon Newsom December 6, 2014 at 5:14 PM

Where is God in this scale? He is everywhere from one end of the universe to the other end of the universe and beyond all ends of the universe to the smallest parts of every corner of his creation. Without him none of it would be …

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