S C I E N C EP R O V E S G O D

ROGUE WAVE PROVES NOAH’S FLOOD
PART II
- Year Pattern
The Science of Wave Dynamics
(posted: March 2014)

* All scripture references are from the New King James Version (NKJV) of the Bible, unless otherwise noted.

  1. The largest rogue wave in recorded history was encountered on February 7, 1933 by the US Navy ship Ramapo as it sailed from San Diego to Manila. The identifying features of the wave can be found in chapters 7 and 37 of the appropriate books in accordance to the day pattern formula. Everything in those chapters, beginning with Noah’s flood in Genesis 7, is then authenticated by the giant wave’s generation in parallel to the numbered chapters in the word of God.

  2. Day Pattern for February 7, 1933 (Chapters 7 and 37 in the Books of Moses, Major Prophets, Gospels, and book of Acts.)
    1. Genesis 7:1, 4, 11, 17, 18, 23 [Noah’s Flood authenticated]
           1. Then the Lord said to Noah, “Come into the ark ...
          4. For after seven more days I will cause it to rain
               on the earth
      forty days and forty nights, and I will
               destroy from the face of the earth all living things
               that I have made.”

      “In February 1933, ... the US Navy ship Ramapo was caught in the teeth of a relentless storm.” 1

      “On the seventh day (February 7) of the storm, with the wind howling at sixty knots, the swells grew to an average of fifty feet.” 1

    11a. ... on that day all the fountains of the great
              deep were broken up, ...

    “For centuries, sailors have reported giant walls of water rising up out of nowhere ...“ 2

    “The Europeans are continuing their study, hoping to find what causes these mountainous waves to arise suddenly on a calm sea.” 4

    [So evident even an atheist can see it.]

        b. ... and the windows of heaven were opened.

    “The Ramapo was caught in the teeth of a relentless storm. On the seventh day ... .” 1

    [So evident even an atheist can see it.]

     17. ... The waters increased and lifted up the
             ark,
    and it rose high above the earth.

    “(The wave) caught the ship from behind, lifted its stern toward a towering crest ...” 1

    [So evident even an atheist can see it.]

    18a. The waters prevailed and greatly increased
               on the earth, ...

    “(The rogue wave) was high as an eleven story building, wide and long as a shopping mall.” 1

    “(Rogue waves) are often described as ‘mountains of water’ ...” 3

    [So evident even an atheist can see it.]

        b. ... and the ark moved about on the surface
             of the waters.

    “The ship fit neatly into half the wavelength of the rogue, and was allowed to pass." 1

    [So evident even an atheist can see it.]

     23. ... Only Noah and those who were with him on the
            ark remained alive.

    “This synchronicity of factors allowed the captain and his crew (who were with him on the Ramapo) to reach Manila (remained alive) and to relate the tale of the largest reliably recorded wave ...” 1

    [So evident even an atheist can see it.]

    1. Genesis 37:5, 7, 24 [Joseph and his brothers authenticated]
         5. Now Joseph had a dream and he told it to his brothers ...

    7a. “There we were, binding sheaves in the field.
              Then behold, my sheaf arose and also stood
              upright; ...

    “Since sailors have been riding the seas, they have reported walls of water rising up out of calm sea.” 2

    “For centuries, sailors have reported giant walls of water rising up out of nowhere ... .” 2

    [So evident even an atheist can see it.]

         b. ... and indeed your sheaves stood all around
               and bowed down to my sheaf.”

    “(On) February 7, a wave far larger than the others. ...” 3

    “A rogue that ... grew to twice the size of its neighbors.” 1

    [So evident even an atheist can see it.]

       24. Then they took him out and cast him into a pit.
               And the pit was empty; there was no water
               in it.

    “The trough preceding a rogue wave can be quite deep what nautical lore calls a ‘hole in the sea.’” 4

    “(Rogue wave) ... troughs are described as ‘holes in the sea.’” 3

    [So evident even an atheist can see it.]

    1. Matthew 7:13, 14, 24, 25
         13. Enter by the narrow gate; for wide is the
                gate and broad is the way that leads to
                destruction, and there are many who go in by it.

      “... during the past 20 years, more than 200 super-carrier cargo ships have been lost at sea.” 4

      “Sizable ships are lost on an average of two a week ... .” 4

      “The (Ramapo) fit neatly into half the wavelength of the wave and was allowed to pass.” 1

      [The Ramapo entered by the narrow gate.]

       14. Because narrow is the gate and difficult is
               the way that leads to life, and there are few
               who find it.

    “This near vertical wall of water is almost impossible to ride over - the wave just breaks over the ship.” 5

    “... during the past 20 years, more than 200 super-carrier cargo ships have been lost at sea.” 4

       24. Therefore whoever hears these sayings of Mine
               and does them, I will liken him to a wise man who
               built his house upon the rock:

       25. And the rain descended, the floods came,
              and the winds blew and beat on that house;
              and it did not fall, for it was founded on
              the rock.

    “In February 1933, the US Navy ship Ramapo was caught in the teeth of a relentless storm.” 1

    “The Ramapo was allowed to pass.” 1

    [So evident even an atheist can see it.]

  1. Conclusion

    Jesus is the rock. He is the narrow gate. No one comes to the Father except through the Son. Authenticated by the US Navy ship Ramapo and the great rogue wave of February 7, 1933.

Amos



“Who can this be that even the winds and the sea obey Him?”

                                                                                          Matthew 8:27


  1. Rogue Waves: Indomitable Wanderers of the Sea; Ross Laird; www.rosslaird.info; 2005
  2. Super Waves Sink Ships; Geotimes; www.agiweb.org; October 2004
  3. Dashing Rogues: Freak Ocean Waves Pose Threat; www.freelibrary.com/dashingrogues; November 2006
  4. Rogue Giants at Sea; William J. Broad, New York Times; www.nytimes.com; July 2006
  5. Freak Wave; BBC Two, Thursday, 14 November, 2002

 

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