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Dr. James Kennedy

“After the big bang, matter just got together and swirled around, and the inevitable products were our galaxies and stars and solar systems – this all just supposedly happened. It has been well said that evolution convinces all students who ignore the problems. One of the problems in the creation of our solar system according to currently popular theory is the retrograde axial rotation of Uranus and Venus. These two planets just happen to be rotating in the opposite diredtion of all the others. Modern presuppositions would have the masses of gases in the solar system coalescing and rotating in the same direction. If this were not enough of a problem, look at their satellites. All of the five moons of Uranus revolve around their planet in retrograde motion. The two satellites of Neptune go in two different directions. Strangest of all: Jupiter has 12 moons, and 4 of them (those numbered 8, 9, 11, and 12) revolve with retrograde motion, while number 10, right in the middle, goes the other way. There is no explanation for how the mass of gases coalescing to form our solar system could swirl around in one direction and then form planets and their satellites that are now going in the opposite direction.”

Walter T. Brown, Jr., In the Beginning

If the moon were billions of years old, it should have accumulated a thick layer of dust from meteoritic bombardment. Before instruments were placed on the moon, scientists were very concerned that astronauts would sink into a sea of dust—possibly a mile in thickness. This did not happen. There is very little space dust on the moon. In fact, after examining the rocks and dust brought back from the moon, it was learned that only about 160th of the one or two inch surface layer came from outer space. Recent measurements of the influx rate of dust on the moon also do not support an old moon.

Walter T. Brown, Jr., In the Beginning

Since 1836, over one hundred different observers at the Royal Greenwich Observatory and the U. S. Naval Observatory have made direct, visual measurements that indicate that the sun’s diameter is shrinking at a rate of about .1% each century or about five feet per hour! Furthermore, records of solar eclipses indicate that this rapid shrinking has been going on for at least the past 400 years. Several indirect techniques also confirm that the sun is shrinking, although these inferred collapse rates are only about 1/7th as much. Using the most conservative data, one must conclude that had the sun existed a million years ago, it would have been so large that it would have heated the earth so much that life could not have survived. Yet, evolutionists say that a million years ago all the present forms of life were essentially as they are now, having completed their evolution that began a thousand million years ago.

Walter T. Brown, Jr., In the Beginning

The moon has a hot interior. Since it has not yet cooled off, the moon is probably much less than a billion years old.


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