Problem with a Natural Origin for the Moon?

Problem with a Natural Origin for the Moon?

Posted on Mar 8, 2018 in Creation Nuggets | 0 comments

  “Apparently, there is no credible alternative at the moment, and extreme, untested physics seems to be required: “The simulations of a Moon-forming impact have yet to produce a moon that fits all the puzzle pieces, geochemical and otherwise. … We are attempting to model processes of physics that are extreme as compared to current Earth conditions. We have never observed these processes in nature or in the laboratory.”7 Older theories are still seen as implausible:...

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Where Do Dirty Snowballs Come From?

Posted on Jan 25, 2018 in Creation Nuggets | 0 comments

Comets are dirty snowballs that…as we would expect…burn up as they go around the sun! So if billions of years are true as many suggest, then why do we still have comets? When I (Brian) was in a college Astronomy 101 course at a large secular University, my teacher did answer that. She said that there is a Kuiper Belt or an Oort Cloud around the solar system that occasionally throws in a new comet. I thought to myself “Oh, okay. That makes sense.” But a few years later as I...

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Secular Theory for Moon’s Formation Receives Another Blow

Posted on Dec 20, 2013 in Think & Believe Newsletter | 0 comments

Where did the Moon come from? Was it created by God, or did it come into existence by natural processes long ago? Among secular astronomers, the standard model is the ‘giant impact’ theory. Supposedly, a Mars-sized object crashed into the Earth about 4.5 billion years ago. This alleged collision was catastrophic. A large amount of the Earth was blasted into space as debris. Supposedly, some of the debris fell back to Earth. The rest of it turned into our Moon. A...

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Comets (Still) Shouldn’t Exist

Posted on Dec 20, 2013 in Think & Believe Newsletter | 0 comments

On my Solar System DVD, I included a chapter on comets. According to the evolutionary model, comets are leftovers from the Solar System’s formation. Once the Solar System is formed, no more comets can be made. Thus, according to the model, comets are roughly the same age as the Solar System. Problem: Many of the comets we see today can only be a few thousand years old. Specifically, ‘short period’ comets revolve around the Sun in a short time (200 years or...

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New ‘Alien’ Planets Create Big Problems For Evolutionary Theories

Posted on Dec 20, 2013 in Think & Believe Newsletter | 0 comments

Over the last few years, improved technology has allowed us to see farther into space than ever before. One of the results has been an explosion in the number of newly-discovered “exoplanets” (planets orbiting other stars). So far, over 1,200 planets and candidates have been found. These planets are NOT conforming to the expectations of evolutionary astronomers. Evolutionists have always assumed that our Solar System is a good model for solar systems overall....

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Messenger Space Probe Arrives at Mercury

Posted on Dec 20, 2013 in Think & Believe Newsletter | 0 comments

NASA/Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory/Carnegie Institution On March 17, the Messenger spacecraft entered orbit around Mercury.  This begins the first-ever orbital study of the planet. Creationists are eagerly awaiting the results of the Messenger mission. Among other things, this probe will map out Mercury’s magnetic field in much more detail than we had before. In my Solar System DVD, I explained that if Mercury were really billions of years old, it...

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New Planet is Just Right for Life…Oops, Maybe Not

Posted on Dec 20, 2013 in Think & Believe Newsletter | 0 comments

This story was *all* over the news last month. A new planet, named Gliese 581g, was found outside our Solar System. Unlike all the other exoplanets we’ve found, this one is in the ‘Goldilocks zone’ around its star. Apparently, all the conditions there are ‘just right’ for life. The initial reports were breathless. Scientists were “truly excited” about this new discovery. There was a lot of speculation about the chances for life on...

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A Journey To The Land Of Make Believe

Posted on Dec 20, 2013 in Think & Believe Newsletter | 0 comments

Evolutionary astronomer Hal Levison admits that “The standard model can’t produce anywhere near the number of comets we see.” [1] Levison and others have calculated that the standard evolutionary model for our Solar System could only produce about 1/100th the number of nuclei that are needed to keep producing comets for billions of years. But that’s not a problem, says Levison. He believes that the comets we see weren’t made in our Solar...

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Earth Used To Have Two Moons Trash / duplicate ???

Posted on Dec 20, 2013 in Think & Believe Newsletter | 0 comments

This one was all over the Internet recently. According to this idea — which some people are taking quite seriously — the Earth used to have two moons instead of one. Hmm. Why is there only one today? Because the second one perished by crashing into the Moon we see today. Why are these researchers suggesting this? Because some of the mountains on the Moon’s far side are higher than the ones on the near side. To explain this fact, the researchers made a...

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An Alien Attack is Coming!

Posted on Dec 20, 2013 in Think & Believe Newsletter | 0 comments

(You’ll Never Guess Why) I wish I were making this one up. But alas, I’m not. Three scientists – one of which works for NASA – recently published a paper (1) categorizing the various things that will happen when some form of ETI (extraterrestrial intelligence) finally contacts humanity. Some of the possible encounters would have happy endings. I especially liked the scenario where the Earth is attacked by a powerful group of aliens, which of course...

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SecularAstronomy and Logical Fallacies

Posted on Dec 20, 2013 in Think & Believe Newsletter | 0 comments

Evolutionary astronomers claim to have solid scientific backing for their beliefs. But over and over again, their claims often contain the same logical flaw — a flaw to which they seem blind. Here are a few recent examples of this flaw at work. See if you can spot it. ———- Example 1: The planet Uranus has a strange characteristic. Instead of spinning like a top as it orbits the Sun, it rolls along sideways like a ball. This contradicts the secular...

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