Will the telescope hear Jehovah talking, and is homosexuality normal, are questions that belong in a similar sort of category.
Will China's Giant New Radio Telescope be able to hear YHWH and JESUS conversing?
Well, with those telescope we call attention to ourselves. Hopefully the strangers have heart for us. If not, arrival of those aliens could be starting point for the big A. They might actually the forces who in G's name execute the worldwide innihilation of Armageddon of all evildoers by radiation (Lösch) and finally do the disgusting work of destruction of all nations that are not accepting the "real" kingdom of Jesus.
" It will crush and put an end to all these [human] kingdoms.” (Daniel 2,44) WT 2017 No.5
Well we human will feel it and see it. Maybe firstly for quite a while the aliens would cooperate and the nations would call out "peace and security" between them and them but then they would do their strange work anyway, that G'd would have planted in their alien "hearts" after all. I thinks so because the United Nations have become toothless and week (Syria). Could the U.N. ever teach the "human" kingdoms this strange lession? "Therefore all evidence and indication speaks for the assumption" that aliens will in due time take over this last task of divine kingdom scenario.
Sorry no it wont for Jehovah and Jesus was man made invention here on earth but it most likely will hear some blabbering religoius charlatans like the WTS.
TWoY: "Well, with those telescope we call attention to ourselves.
really,? they are not radars that send out signals bouncing off aliens.They are just bigger ears. Anyway, all we see, hear is from the past. the very distant past in this case. What J&J aficionados want is " new light", not old, so leave the deities out of it.
If what is heard is from the distant past, then Yahweh would not have yet been invented by man, and the Nazarene was not yet born, by a long way.
Phizzy : If what is heard is from the distant past, then Yahweh would not have yet been invented by man, and the Nazarene was not yet born, by a long way.
Good point, Anyway (to keep my silly point going)- some interpret 1 Corinthians 13:1 to mean that there is a different language in heaven, so being 'unbelievers' its unlikely the Chinese will understand 'God speak,' although the leadership of the Christian Taiping rebellion (that nearly conquered China in the mid-nineteenth century) believed that they could (literally) converse with YHWH and Jesus
A good assessment of the new Chinese Radio Telescope, including the drive to build it, and the associated difficulties, can be found in the journal, SCIENCE. (published by the American Association for the Advancement of Science).
The web address for the article is - http://science.sciencemag.org/content/353/6307/1488
But you may need a Library's assistance to read it all.
The summary says:
The biggest ear
- Dennis Normile*
Vol. 353, Issue 6307, pp. 1488-1491
- China's awesome Five-hundred-meter Aperture Spherical radio Telescope, the world's largest of its kind, will be able to peer further into the past than previous radio telescopes to gather weaker and more distant signals that promise to provide clues to the origins and evolution of the universe, probe gravitational waves and dark matter, and listen for transmissions from extraterrestrial civilizations. Building the instrument required solving a host of engineering problems, ranging from dealing with a remote, barely accessible site, shielding the dish from radio frequency interference that would drown out the signals from cosmic objects, and developing a first-of-its-kind method to pull a portion of the spherical dish into a gradually moving paraboloid to aim at and track astronomical targets as Earth rotates. Fulfilling the telescope's promised capabilities will mean solving one more engineering challenge in getting that shape-shifting scheme working as planned.
Will China's Giant New Radio Telescope be able to hear YHWH and JESUS conversing? - if China's radio telescope is as well made as North Korea's nuclear weapons, then absolutely not.