Lunar Magnetic Field Should Have Dissipated

Evolutionary cosmologists insist on accepting only the evidence that, to them, shows the universe to be billions of years old. If contrary evidence does not fit their presuppositions, they attempt to force-fit the data to fit. 

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New models and theories are proposed, which raise more questions for them to dance around with even more theories. Creationists do not have this problem.
The 1969 moon landing was one of the crowning achievements of mankind. And magnetic moon rocks were some of its most mysterious discoveries, showing that they hardened in the presence of a magnetic field.
But if the moon is billions of years old, it should not have had a magnetic field. It is too small to generate its own field. Ever since the moon landing, theorists have been trying to figure out how the moon could have been magnetized.
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