Skip to comments.Ten Evidences for Creation
Posted on 09/18/2014 2:22:43 PM PDT by fishtank
Ten Evidences for Creation
For more information on blue stars: Blue Stars Confirm Recent Creation
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Cars ,Planes and Ships evidences of Evolution
This doesn’t require excerpting and linking. Is there a reason you did?
Origin of the Specious
Obsession, possibly profit:
Well since your first one shows complete ignorance in how and when stars are formed (hint, there are stars forming right now) there’s really not much reason to assume any of the other nine have even the slightest understanding of science or logic.
God certainly created everything...but to how long it took in human terms could be billions of years. A twinkle in Gods eye is a thousand years.
Food for thought. Thanks.
Big Bang is the leading theory for the whole universe. Stars are pretty well understood to come from collapsing clouds into the protostar state into main-sequence stars. Not really much theory in the star creation thing, given that they are constantly being created and dieing we can see it happen.
In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth. Genesis 1:1
Written in cartoon form. Interesting.
Scientists may have the peer reviewed evidence, but golly you clowns have the cartoons. Mazel tov!
"ar formation is problematic at best.3 Gas is very resistant to being compressed. On earth, gas always fills its container. In space, there is no container. So gas expands indefinitely. If the gas could be forced into a sphere that is very small (in comparison to a nebula) such as the sun, then the gas would be held together by its own gravity. However, in a typical nebula, the gas pressure far exceeds the miniscule force of gravity. Secular astronomers now believe that external forces, such as a shockwave from an exploding star, are necessary in most cases to trigger star formation.4 Observations confirm that gas clouds expand; they do not appear to collapse into stars.
Even if we could compress the nebula sufficiently to the point that the force of gravity was strong enough to prevent the gas from expanding, other effects would kick in, thereby preventing the formation of a star. Clouds of gas always have a weak magnetic field, which would be concentrated if the cloud were compressed. This dramatically increases the field strength. The magnetic pressure would halt a shrinking cloud and drive it to re-expand.5 Its a bit like trying to push the like poles of two magnets together.
Also, gas clouds always have a small amount of angular momentum; they rotate, if ever so slowly. But much like a skater who pulls her arms and legs in as she spins, a collapsing gas cloud would spin-up dramatically. The centrifugal force generated would tend to prevent any further collapse. Gas pressure, magnetic field strength, and angular momentum all work to prevent star formation. From a scientific perspective, naturalistic star formation appears unlikely at best. The evidence seems far more consistent with the biblical accountit appears that stars were supernaturally created only thousands of years ago. With blue stars scattered across the cosmos, our universe certainly looks young.
None of which makes creationism make any more sense. Yes we’re still working on it, but we do know that 7 days and WHAMMO is just plain silly. A fine line to sell to pre-scientific people, but not the truth of how things came to be.
Black holes blast your theory to smithereens.
Funny how those illerate, itenerant shepherds back 6000 - 7000 years got all of the sequences of creating (er, the Big Bang) and cosmology, and nuclear physics, and geology and plate tectonics, and erosion, and biochemistry and plant development, and the atmosphere clearing, and life into fish, bird-dinosaur-mammal development ... all in the right sequence of things.
hey! I’ll grant them a few decimal places off in their numbers. Heck a people that count count past seventy times seven and that has no zero’s yet will have a bit of a problem with powers-of-ten and decimal places....
Good thing we have an astrophysicist on site to debunk all this crap....
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