Evolutionists believe that in the Big Bang theory: Nothing exploded, creating everything. The dust resulting from the explosion coalesced into bigger and bigger chunks, eventually becoming the sun, planets, and moons. This process resulted in very hot planets, which are cooling to this day. According to evolutionists, the universe is about 15 billion years old. Is it a foregone conclusion that the planets of our solar system came about in this way?
Mercury is so dense that it is thought to have an iron core occupying ¾ of its diameter. This density conflicts with the evolutionary model of slow formation and gradual cooling. How do evolutionists explain this? An evolutionary miracle! The planet was struck by a large object that removed all of the less dense material.
If Saturn were billions of years old, it wouldn’t have rings. Furthermore, the rings are thought to be made of particles that are coated with reflective ice. The ice wouldn’t take too long to accumulate dust, and the rings would be much darker than we see them. These factors are thought to limit the age of Saturn’s rings to 100 million years (about 1/150th of the suspected age of the universe). How do evolutionists explain this? An evolutionary miracle! Saturn used to have a moon that was struck by a large object, shattering the moon, and creating the rings.
Evolutionary scientists believe that at one point Mars’ atmospheric pressure must have been 1 to 5 bars. The pressure now is .008 bars. This means the atmosphere used to be much thicker. How do evolutionists explain this? An evolutionary miracle! The planet was struck by a large object that blew the atmosphere away.
Uranus’ axis of rotation is offset 90° from the other planets; it appears to rotate on its side. The magnetic field on Uranus is tilted and offset from the center of the planet, relative to Uranus’ axis. This is contrary to the evolutionary models. How do evolutionists explain this? An evolutionary miracle! The planet was struck by a large object, knocking it off kilter.
While Uranus’ axis is tilted 90°, Venus’ axis is tilted 180°, and it rotates the opposite direction of the other planets. The law of conservation of angular momentum would indicate that the Big Bang would cause all planets to rotate in the same direction, but this isn’t the case with Venus. How do evolutionists explain this? An evolutionary miracle! The planet was struck by a large object, causing it to rotate in the opposite direction.
The planets we see today disprove the evolutionary model. When a theory of the planets’ beginnings is proved wrong time and again, it’s not scientific to stick dogmatically to that model, invoking miracles to explain the model’s veracity. The scientific thing to do is to throw out the Big Bang, and move on to a different theory.