2:1 Thus the heavens and the earth were finished and all the host of them. This is God's metaphor for saying that the plasma of creation had now cooled enough (~3000 degrees) so that the simplest
This is God putting the cart before the horse here, again. As he laboriously yet gloriously gets the timeline of creation wrong and wrong again, in his infinite wisdom. - but, it is true to say, God (the metaphor) had a cosmos with all the fundamental ingredients and physical laws required to build and host all of them. One billion years into creation (or six days by Gods count) and neither the heavens (space/time), nor the earth were anywhere near finished (by the cosmic calender).
2:2 and adam lived 130 years. God admits this is speculative work regarding the specific age or time of occurrencea. And the lord said, to himself, My spirits shall not always strive with man, for that he also is flesh, yet his days shall be 120 years.
On the seventh day God ended his work which he had made, and he rested on the seventh day. In the near billion year old cosmos it was busy. Space continued to cause the energy and matter to recede away from one-another as space expanded. However gravity pulled using the inverse square law the "dark matter", and the visible matter together as space/time evolved and filled up into itself. The three simplest atomic elements of nature, made before the first star, were almost entirely in the form of hydrogen. Hydrogen having one proton and one electron and being held together using Gods electromagnetic force, where protons with a positive charge were capturing the 2000 times' less massive, but negatively charged electrons to make hydrogen and the tiny amounts of helium and Gods mood stabilizer Lithium.
2:3 God blessed the seventh day, but nature was busy using Gods strong nuclear force to hold three quarks together inside the proton and neutral neutron which then attracted electrons all obeying quantum physics. Atomic nuclei felt the resistance, whilst moving through the higgs field and blessed gravity for bringing more and more hydrogen atoms together into ever growing clumps. The clumps were gravitating, over hundreds of millions of years, to larger clumps of dark matter which had assembled and the galaxies and stars were about to shine.
2:5 and Noah was five hundred years.
Thanks, by Yahweh and Brady. Assistants Jesus, Noah.