Here are 20 more reasons why evolutionary theories about the origin of our solar system are unworkable and imaginary:
CONTENTS: Origin of the Solar System: 2
More Basic Problems: 7 additional facts disproving solar system evolution
Facts about Planets and Moons: 7 additional basic facts about those bodies which defy the possibility of accidental planet and moon formation
Facts about Saturn: 3 unusual facts about Saturn which militate against its accidental formation
Facts about Our Moon: 3 special reasons why our moon could not be placed there by mere chance
Page numbers without book references refer to the
book, ORIGIN OF THE SOLAR SYSTEM, from which these facts are
summarized. An asterisk ( * ) by a name indicates that person is not
known to be a creationist. Of over 4,000 quotations in the set of books
is based on
, only 164 statements are by creationists. You will have a better understanding of the following statements by scientists if you will first read the web page, Origin of the Solar System.
1: These theories do not explain where stars, planets, and moons came from.—p. 13.
2: The theories assume that the complicated and carefully balanced orbits and distances of planets and moons came about by chance.—p. 13.
3: How could each one be so different, structurally and chemically, from the others?—p. 13.
4: None of these theories agree with the laws of physics, including the laws of thermodynamics.—p. 13.
5: Nowhere in the universe are such events occurring, as required by these theories.—p. 13.
6: None of the theories explain what produced the careful balancing and orbits of the various spheres.—pp. 13-14.
7: Hydrogen never pushes itself into solids.—p. 14.
There are other facts about the planets and moons which disagree with the various evolutionary theories of origins—p. 14.
More reasons why the theories are not true:
1: Nearly all the sideways movement is in the planets, yet nearly all the mass is in the sun! The theories require the opposite.—p. 14.
2: The orbits of Mercury, Pluto, asteroids, and comets are not in the same level plane as the others.—p. 14.
3: Both Uranus and Venus rotate backward instead of forward. Uranus is literally rolling along!—pp. 14-15.
4: A third of the sixty moons orbit backward not forward. No theory of self-origin can possibly explain that.—p. 15.
5: One example would be Triton, one of Neptune's inner moons. It revolves backward, has a nearly circular orbit, and is so close to the planet that it should fall into it.—p. 15.
6: There are many differences between the various planets and moons. Yet, if they came from the same gas, they should all be alike.—p. 15.
7: The elements in the sun are very different than in the earth or other planets.—p. 15.
The rings of Saturn are mainly ammonia, yet it should vaporize away. How could those rings have been formed? Why do its 17 moons never collide with its rings? How could Phoebe, the farthest moon, not collide with the others?—pp. 15, 17.
1: The moon is very different than the earth.—p. 17.
2: Our moon should not be orbiting the earth! It should, long ago, have crashed into us. Our moon is the largest moon that encircles its planet. Yet it is just too close! Even a man-made satellite's orbit, if not frequently readjusted, decays and then the satellite crashes.—p. 17.
3: New evidence indicates the moon is only a few thousand years old!—p. 17.