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Every year, the moon moves an inch or so farther away from earth. It may not seem like much, but that tiny movement puts a big limit on the moon’s age.
Tiny Mercury has much to say about the origins of our solar system.
Neptune is the eighth of the nine known planets in our solar system. It poses many problems for those who wish to deny Creation.
Unusual in many ways, Uranus and its moons pose big problems for evolutionary theories of planet formation, and can be seen as an exciting testament to the Creator.
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