Of the short period comets which are 205 out of the 1000 known comets...within 10,000 years they will all be gone because Jupiter will sweep them all up. This is a huge problem for astronomers [who believe the universe is billions of years old]. And there has never been a new comet observed to form. All the comets we see are within the solar system's sphere of influence and we have never seen a new one built
The reason why Dr. Brownlee at the University of Washington convinced NASA to spend 200 million dollars to send the Stardust space probe up to the Wild 2 comet is because the Wild 2 comet was coming in for the first time and they thought it would be pristine and it would bring back all this - the beginning of the universe, big bang stuff that would be formed in the outer reaches near absolute zero cold space. Well, what it ended up bringing back are minerals that can only form in liquid water such as limestone. How can limestone be in liquid water that was supposedly out in the outer reaches of space its entire life where it's where it's minus 400 degrees or so farenheight?
* Kevin Lea Talks about Comets: Bob Enyart and Kevin Lea, a Washington state pastor with a background in nuclear physics, talk about comets: their size, speed, orbits, composition, and lifespan, and origin!
Most Christians worship the false god of Public Acceptance.
March 22nd, 2010, 10:22 PM
Originally Posted by Stripe
Make predictions and test them. That's how to do science.
Exactly. The evolutionists are constantly "shocked" at what they discover. Meanwhile, we Bible thumpers just yawned with boredom because we knew what the probe was going to discover from this comet before the probe was even launched.
The best part of this whole story is our anti-bible government which strives for the separation of church and state spent 200 million dollars that resulted in evidence for the truth of the Bible.
I thought you rejected relativity because it requires time dilation.
How I understand it only requires a few changes to a few labels. Clocks are affected by gravity rather than space. Doesn't make the world work any differently, just makes the explanation far more reasonable.
Although biology is a lot messier than physics, evolution also explains observations and makes predictions. Are you agreeing that evolution is also a scientific theory?
No .. evolution is a bad joke that's gone on too long. It's of zero use, remains untestable and is adhered to because of a blind devotion to .. something.
But what has this thread got to do with evolution?