Proof Hell Is Real

Up until a few minutes ago this video came wrapped in exhaustive commentary. Stepping away was all it took to come to my senses – no need to beat obvious on the head, it speaks for itself. Before clicking “play”, I’m obliged to inform sensitive viewers – clear young children from the room and proceed with caution. Scientific proof of hell is terrifying.

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13 thoughts on “Proof Hell Is Real

      • Well, thank fully, science has also determined the Heaven is hotter than Hell… the math just doesn’t lie. Heaven, according to Isaiah 30:26, is where “the light of the moon shall be as the light of the sun and the light of the sun shall be sevenfold as the light of seven days.” Taken as read, Heaven receives from the moon as much radiation as the earth does from the sun, and in addition 49 times more, meaning fifty times in all. Using the Stefan-Boltzmann fourth power law for radiation [(H/E)4 = 50 where E is the absolute temperature of the earth 300°K (273+27)] gives the temperature of H (Heaven) as 525°C. Hell, according to Revelations 21:8 is where the “fearful and unbelieving shall have their part in the lake which burneth with fire and brimstone.” Now here’s the fun part. A lake of molten brimstone (sulfur) means that its temperature must be at or below its boiling point, 444.6°C. Above that point and it’d be a vapor, not a lake. Heaven (525°C) is therefore hotter than Hell (<444.6°C).

      • Now everything makes sense, tardigrades came from heaven. Holy crap I just figured it out, the KIC 8462852 anomaly proves Kepler discovered heaven. Alien command posts aren’t making suspicious flickerings on a distant star. That’s heaven reveling in a solar cauldron. Oh man – tardigrades must be angels! Suddenly everything makes sense.

  1. I believe in heaven and hell, but I doubt that hell is merely 4.4 km into the earth. Interesting sounds however. I think they are simply the plates shifting, water movement, and wind noises. And for John Z., I believe Isaiah is talking about brightness, not heat.

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