everything was once made perfect
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There is proof that God made everything perfect.Then over time without gods influence. Things slightly became flawed.
rats body clock run on a 23.5 scheduled on average.Humans body clock runs on a 24.5 scheduled.
It appears that all animals clocks were perfectly set to 24 hours. But over time it got slightly off.Without gods influence
The moon is in the sky for 12 hours and the sun is out for around 12 hours.
it is like the body clocks sometimes the moon is out for 12 hours and 5 minutes and the sun is out for 11 hours and 55 minutes.This is not actual numbers unlike the body clocks
It appears to have been set perfectly but over time it slightly reared off course
The body clock, or circadian clock, is an internal clock that keeps track of time. Circadian comes from "circa-diem" meaning "around a day". So in a mouse for example it is about 23.5 hours and for a human its about 24.5 hours.
If you are kept in constant darkness your body will still work to around a 24-hour cycle. It is not just being driven by light and dark. It is an intracellular clock so if you look in individual cells they are all able to keep time as well. If you put cells in a dish they will show 24-hour changes in gene expression
Because of the Earth's rotation, the moon is above the horizon roughly 12 hours out of every 24. Since those 12 hours almost never coincide with the roughly 12 hours of daylight in every 24 hours, the possible window for observing the moon in daylight averages about 6 hours a day.
the Sun is roughly 400 times larger than the Moon. But the Sun also happens to be 400 times further away than the Moon, and this has created an amazing coincidence.
From our perspective, the Sun and the Moon look almost exactly the same size. This is why we can have solar eclipses, where the Moon passes in front of the Sun, just barely obscuring it from our view.
the Moon to slowly drift away from the Earth at a rate of 3.8 centimeters per year.