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Here are fourteen natural phenomena which conflict with the evolutionary idea that the universe is billions of years old. The maximum possible ages given are always much less than the required evolutionary ages, while the biblical age (6,000 years) always fits comfortably within the maximum possible ages.
The discovery of dark matter particles (of any kind) might tell us something about the present nature of the universe, but it would not prove the big bang actually happened. From the Bible we can already know the big bang idea is wrong: the Word of God in Genesis 1 says the earth was created before the stars.
Does the universe really look old, or have we simply been indoctrinated to believe it looks old? Would the Creator God really deceive us into thinking that the universe looks old when, according to the Bible’s account, He created it only about 6,000 years ago? What would a “young universe” look like?
Scientists confidently date the earth and universe at billions of years old. Does the observational evidence support this popular assertion?
This paper documents radioisotope dating for meteorites, achondrites, angrites, aubrites, mesosiderites, and irons to further discuss significance of the data.PDF Download
This third paper documents the radioisotope dating data for more meteorites, so as to continue the discussion of the significance of these data.PDF Download
This paper documents the radioisotope dating data for more meteorites, so as to continue the discussion of the significance of these data.PDF Download
Meteorites have been used to date the earth with a 4.55 ± 0.07 Ga Pb-Pb isochron called the geochron.PDF Download
Super-colliders looking for dark matter may be on a wild goose chase.
In the ongoing war over Texas school science standards, the age of the universe is the next battleground.
Did God create light from distant stars “in transit” to earth? Dr. Jason Lisle examines this argument from a biblical perspective.
Dark matter, a moderately evil-sounding, hypothesized component that is described as helping hold galaxies together, was all the rage just a few months ago. Now, a team of two astrophysicists is arguing that their modified theory of gravity explains the data and leaves no role for dark matter.
Here are fourteen natural phenomena which conflict with the evolutionary idea that the universe is billions of years old.
Astronomical theory has lately run into a series of problems. The most troublesome problem is the most recent calculation of the so-called Hubble constant using the repaired Hubble Space Telescope.
The background of astronomer Edwin Hubble and his famous expanding universe law are reviewed. The significance of the Hubble constant is explained, along with the ongoing controversy regarding its actual value. Finally, a creationist view of the usefulness and limitations of the Hubble law are given.