They say the tape measure never lies. I would like to revisit what they call the speed of light. They claim that they measure the speed of light, but darkness is not the ruling authority. On Day One God separated the light from the darkness, making them separate entities. And God gave the sun "ruling" authority to govern the day and the moon "ruling" authority to govern the night, and together the sun and the moon are set to measure the days and months and years. Darkness does not have those measuring qualities, nor does it have the "rulering" authority to measure light , as given by God.
I don't have anything against Albert Einstein, I actually like him, however the record needs to be corrected and I figure he would agree. When he viewed the eclipse he chose his own alternative view of the universe and declared that everything is warped. He looked off to the side, instead of looking at what was right in front of him, which was the perfect alignment of the sun, moon and earth, which is an example in heaven and down to earth, of plumb true relativity. Now think of a plumb line, it forms a connection, and when that plumb line is dropped, that spec of dirt on which it landed previously had no meaning, and now has great meaning and value, just like earth in the beginning and when God called Abram and Jacobs ladder as Jacob said in that moment that this is the house of God. How was Jacob doing just prior to that moment. God's house is constructed of His children, the sons and daughters of Israel, the true Jews would agree, because they are not disconnected random people, the true builder uses a plumb line which has a very important formed connection, just as God called Abram and Abram called God, God Most High and which resulted in the birth of Isaac.
I don't buy the warped view of the universe. God set the stars in their places and if they were warping and moving around, those navigating the ocean's in the olden days would have lost there bearings out at sea and been lost at sea.
There is a writing that I hope to write soon, hopefully when the time is right.