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Thursday, May 19, 2005

Natural Phenomena Conflicts with Theory of Universe Billions of Years Old

A paper recently published by D. Russell Humphreys, Ph.D for the Institute for Create Research lists 14 natural phenomena that point to a young universe. Some of the analysis includes:
  • The inner and outer stars of a spiral galaxy rotate at different speeds. If galaxies were billions of years old, they would not have spiral arms but would be featureless disks.
  • Comets have been in existence since the origins of the universe. Each time a comet circles the sun, it loses material. If the universe were billions of years old, there would be no comets left.
  • The Earths magnetic field decays at a fixed rate per year. Based on the current magnetic field and the rate of decay, the Earth could not possibly be billions of years old.

The natural phenomena all indicate the age of the universe is between 7,000 and 20,000 years.

Evidence for a Young World

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