The World Our Eyes Cannot See

Scientists have been searching for the world our eyes cannot see for over seventy years to find something they call ”Dark Matter”. They do not understand what holds the universe together. We know that gravity is the force that keeps us from flying off the face of the earth and holds the planets of our solar system in orbit around the sun. The amount of gravity is dependent upon the mass of matter in the universe, and there is not enough observable matter to create enough gravity to hold the universe together. Since the universe is holding together, scientists postulate that something called “dark matter (because it can’t be seen or detected” actually holds the universe together. They know it exists, but it is not made of atoms.     Share this  Teaching Series on Facebook

“By faith we understand that the universe was formed at God’s command, so that what is seen was not made out of what was visible.” (Heb 11:3 NIV)