Titan is Old, Ignore the Contrary Evidence

Russell Watchtower, who heads up the Ministry of Truth at the Darwin Ranch, is a mite perturbed. He is contacting planetary scientists to offer his assistance. We have seen numerous times how cosmic evolution stories are constantly being refuted by information sent back by space probes, such as Saturn and its moons.

Titan is the largest of Saturn's moons, and it has an atmosphere. The stripped-down explanation is that what is observed is not consistent with an old solar system, but Mr. Watchtower is excited about a new effort to get around the facts and keep Titan appearing ancient.

Observed data show that Saturn's moon Titan is far younger than secularists want. Another effort has been made to ignore the facts and pretend it is still very old.
Artist's concept of Cassini and Titan, NASA / JPL-Caltech (usage does not imply endorsement of site contents)
The methane in Titan's atmosphere should have periods where it converted into ethane and other things. Over 225 million Darwin years, it would have formed significant ocean. Cassini found a little but not what was expected, since the truth is that the universe was created far more recently than secularists want to admit. The new effort to explain away what has been seen is a convoluted "what if" thing that involves — wait for it — global warming.
We’ve reported a number of times about the distraught looks on scientists’ faces when no ocean was found. But one should never underestimate the dogmatism of scientists, and their creativity when it comes to finding rescue devices for favored theories.

The assumption they refuse to give up is billions of years. According to the ruling consensus, the solar system is 4.5 billion years old. We call this belief (qua Daniel 6:8) the Law of the Misdeeds and Perversions, because they treat it like a law that cannot be repealed. The belief has required numerous bandages to observations throughout the solar system. Hardly any planet or moon in the solar system looks that old: not Pluto, not Mercury, not Venus, not Enceladus, not Io or Europa, and certainly not Earth (e.g., Grand Canyon).

To read the whole thing and be amazed at how their commitment is more toward the narrative than to science, fly over to "How to Keep Titan Old Despite Evidence."