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Monday, April 18, 2016

Of Age, Saturn's Moons, and Dinosaurs

Old universe advocates are getting a mite consternated about the rings and moons of Saturn, and cannot account for their apparent youth. They are proposing some very interesting ideas to deal with the idea that those celestial objects may be younger than the dinosaurs according to Darwinist years. But speculation is not the same as science, even if people have degrees and lab coats.


Secular astronomers are using a heap of guesswork to explain why, in their reckoning, the rings and moons of Saturn are "younger than the dinosaurs". Oh, boy.
Image credit: NASA / JPL-Caltech / Space Science Institute
Their excuses are, to borrow from Chris Rosebrough, ad hoc ergo poppycock. There are too many maybes and no actual evidence to back up their speculations, which are based on their deep-time assumptions. Why are we paying these people? They should realize that their conjectures are becoming increasingly outlandish, and admit that evidence shows that the Bible is right: everything was created recently, without the use of cosmic or any other kind of evolution.
Stunning admissions show that secular astronomers can’t keep Saturn’s moons billions of years old.

Elizabeth Howell printed the shocking headline on Space.com: “Saturn’s Moons and Rings May Be Younger Than the Dinosaurs,” based on modeling done by the SETI Institute. David Rothery on The Conversation echoed the refrain, adding, “So could life really exist there?” His answer is maybe; more about this below.

Really, though, why the change in thinking? The SETI Institute press release explains:
To find out about the press release and read the rest of the amazing "explanations", click on "Are Saturn’s Moons Younger than the Dinosaurs?"


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