Stony Meteorites Stymie Secularists

Using uniformitarian ideas (slow processes over long periods of time), secular scientists have tremendous difficulties explaining the origin of stony meteorites (chondrites). Those other meteorites contain a great deal of metal, while chondrites are made of fine-grained chondrules. Secularists claim they provide clues to the origin of the solar system, but that is just whistling in the dark.

There are several stories told around the campfires at the Darwin Ranch about where the solar system came from, and Sherwood Tellit spins a find yarn about the accretion theory and chondrites.

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Since none of the theories about the origin of the solar system are plausible, scientists pick the best of the worst — the "best in field fallacy". Then they confirm their biases and interpreting data to make them fit. (Meteorites are considered remnants from the formation of the solar system and less contaminated than Earth rocks, so this is one of the first of many assumptions used to determine the alleged age of the earth.) There are several serious problems posed by chondrites. They would not exist if these scientists were not married up with naturalistic views and accepted recent creation — which is what evidence consistently indicates.
Meteorites are claimed by secular scientists to be the rocky debris left over after the formation of the solar system. Chondrites, stone meteorites, represent 85% of the rocks that fall on the earth; the remaining 15% mostly are iron meteorites. Uniformitarian scientists believe the inner four rocky planets of the solar system, including the earth, were formed largely or totally of chondritic rock. That is one reason for the intense study of chondrites.

To read the rest, see "The origin of meteorite chondrules".