Awe-inspiring species’ skills…(music & movement)
Michael Dickinson, a professor of biology and insect flight expert at the University of Washington…”The whole question of how these little wings generate enough force to keep the insect in the air is resolved,”
Dickinson published a 2005 study in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences on the flight of the bumblebee after gathering data using high-speed photography of actual flying bees and force sensors on a larger-than-life robotic bee wing flapping around in mineral oil. He says the big misconception about insect flight and perhaps what tripped up Magnan is the belief that bumblebees flap their wings up and down. “Actually, with rare exceptions, they flap their wings back and forth,” Magnan said. ~excerpt Explained: The Physics-Defying Flight of the Bumblebee
Who taught the bumblebee his cool moves?:) check it out: celestial choreography
Our awe can only increase when we contemplate the size of galaxies. The Milky Way galaxy has been estimated to measure some 100,000 light-years across. Picture a beam of light traveling at the tremendous speed of 186,000 miles each second (300,000 km/sec). It would take that beam 100,000 years to traverse our galaxy! And some galaxies are many times the size of ours. The Bible says that Jehovah is “stretching out” these vast heavens as if they were mere fabric. (Psalm 104:2) He also orders the movements of these creations. From the smallest speck of interstellar dust to the mightiest galaxy, everything moves according to physical laws that God has formulated and put into effect. (Job 38:31-33) Thus, scientists have likened the precise movements of the celestial bodies to the choreography of an elaborate ballet! Think, then, of the One who has created these things. Do you not stand in awe of the God having such immense creative power? `excerpt: Creative Power–The Maker of Heaven and Earth
Is everything/universe/planet(s)/species, species’ skills, etc. (basically/simply): Divine Mind Music (aka Yahweh wisdom) at play (dance/work/set in motion)?
(published 1/7/15@9:47 a.m.)