Can you feel the changing of a season? Can you feel a season coming on mid-way, nearing the end or on the cusp of the season you’re in now? If you can feel the changes what are the seasons doing to your body?
Seasons affect change in the body. Body adaptations to cold-hot-mild-extreme and in-between weather and it’s anomalies changes body functions. The fluctuations and changes in weather can increase free radicals and cause inflammation. This could mean that people age from the season’s pull on the body.
People would not be days older but seasons older, not a year old but four seasons old. Being born in the beginning, middle or the end of a season may affect age & disease if at the time the weather of the season is normally pressured by storms or of calm seas.
Stormy weather may produce an increase in free radicals and inflammation where calm weather produces less free radicals and inflammation. Changing of the seasons might have affected the outcome of the longevity of the Bible’s Adam & Eve.
There is a possibility that Adam & Eve had no seasons and they lived longer because of this. The debate that it didn’t rain until Noah, which caused the great biblical flood, could hold true that there wasn’t any seasons at the time of Adam & Eve and that there wasn’t any weather change in the Garden Atmosphere, which allowed the fruits of the garden to flourish.
Although there could be a debate of the garden having seasons since the birth of a planet is volatile and changing. The pull of the moon, lava flow, water flow and natural gases may have had a much stronger affect on the evolving seasons of Adam & Eve’s time. The purity of the atmosphere might have had much to do on the longevity of the first gardener’s. The seasonal breakdown of the body could have taken longer to affect them because of longer seasons. One season could have equaled to a whole year or more so the pull of the seasons would have been subtle in their attack on the body.
When and if seasons starting taking place during Adam & Eve’s time this may have been when they left the garden. There could have been seasonal drought or perhaps the rivers starting rising and overflowed into the garden. Periods of extreme heat and intense cold could have done much to discourage the first gardener’s, which may have destroyed their crops. Mid to mild weather may have hurt yields if it produced favorable conditions for insects. Seasonal weather could have forced Adam & Eve to leave the garden in search of a steady climate to grow their crops.