Still More Signs of Saturn's Youth

It is becoming increasingly difficult for secular astronomers and cosmologists to cling to their deep time belief systems. The more scientists search, the more they find that shows that the solar system is far younger than they want to believe, which indicates recent creation. For one thing, scientists are surprised at the existence of water in the inner solar system. Out yonder, things are also unpleasant for their views.

Four-moon transit of Saturn. Source: NASA / JPL / Hubble
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Not only is the orbit and tilt of Saturn important for Earth, the planet's rings and moons defy old age belief systems. Like biological evolution, cosmic things are "younger than expected". Those nice rings? They cannot be explained, and they cannot be so very old. The many geysers on the moon Enceladus do not fit the old-age paradigm. Then there are those strange stripes on the moon Dione. Space is fascinating, and wonderful for biblical creationists.

More discoveries of youthful phenomena contradict Gustav Holst’s musical tribute to “Saturn, the Bringer of Old Age.”

Recent analyses of Cassini data continue the theme of Saturn’s music, which is more like Peter Pan than Holst. As you interpret the following news stories, keep in mind that the moyboy ages are upper limits. They could be much lower. What surprises planetary scientists is that these phenomena exist at a time when humans can observe them. If they were billions of years old, how could that be?
To read the rest, click on "Saturn, the Bringer of Youth". For a related short article on those clean rings, see "Pristine Saturn problem".