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2 Big Bang vs. Creation Origin of Stars Solar System: Evidence of Design Age of the Cosmos Are we being told all the evidence or just selected information to support a particular idea? Creation Cosmology

3 Days of Creation in Genesis One Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5 Day 6

4 Name (NIV) Age Upon 1 st Son Age at Death Years LivedReferences Adam Genesis 5:3-5 Seth Genesis 5:6-8 Enosh Genesis 5:9-11 Kenan Genesis 5:12-14 Mahalalel Genesis 5:15-17 Jared Genesis 5:18-20 Enoch Genesis 5:21-24 Methuselah Genesis 5:25-27 Lamech Genesis 5:28-31 Noah The Flood occurred on the year 1656Genesis 7:11 Biblical Chronology

5 u Luke 3: Now Jesus himself was about thirty years old when he began his ministry. He was the son, so it was thought, of Joseph, the son of Heli, the son of Matthat, the son of Levi, the son of Melki, the son of Jannai, the son of Joseph, the son of Mattathias, the son of Amos, the son of the son of Naggai, the son of Maath, the son of Mattathias, the son of Semein, the son of Josech, the son of Joda, the son of Joanan, the son of Rhesa, the son of Zerubbabel, the son of Shealtiel, the son of Neri, the son of Melki, the son of Addi, the son of Cosam, the son of Elmadam, the son of Er, the son of Joshua, the son of Eliezer, the son of Jorim, the son of Matthat, the son of Levi, the son of Simeon, the son of Judah, the son of Joseph, the son of Jonam, the son of Eliakim, the son of Melea, the son of Menna, the son of Mattatha, the son of Nathan, the son of David, the son of Jesse, the son of Obed, the son of Boaz, the son of Salmon, the son of Nahshon, the son of Amminadab, the son of Ram, the son of Hezron, the son of Perez, the son of Judah, the son of Jacob, the son of Isaac, the son of Abraham, the son of Terah, the son of Nahor, the son of Serug, the son of Reu, the son of Peleg, the son of Eber, the son of Shelah, the son of Cainan, the son of Arphaxad, the son of Shem, the son of Noah, the son of Lamech, the son of Methuselah, the son of Enoch, the son of Jared, the son of Mahalalel, the son of Kenan, the son of Enosh, the son of Seth, the son of Adam, the son of God.

6 u Recession of the moon u Comets u Age of the sun u Supernova remnants u Recession of the moon u Comets u Age of the sun u Supernova remnants Evidence for a Young Cosmos

7 Heavens Declare Moon

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11 Recession of the Moon u This causes the moon to accelerate in its orbit so that it slowly spirals away from the earth (4 cm/ year) u Earth’s force of gravity pulls on the moon u The moon pulls back on the earth (Newton’s 3rd law of motion)

12 Moon Recession

13 Lunar recession u The Moon is receding at about 4 cm (1.5 inches) per year u Looking backwards in time, the recession rate was faster u The Moon would have been touching the Earth just 1.5 billion years ago u The Moon is receding at about 4 cm (1.5 inches) per year u Looking backwards in time, the recession rate was faster u The Moon would have been touching the Earth just 1.5 billion years ago

14 1,000 years ago125 feet closer 1 million years ago28.4 miles closer 10 million years ago284 miles closer 100 million years ago2,840 miles closer 1 billion years ago28,400 miles closer 1.4 billion years agocontact 1,000 years ago125 feet closer 1 million years ago28.4 miles closer 10 million years ago284 miles closer 100 million years ago2,840 miles closer 1 billion years ago28,400 miles closer 1.4 billion years agocontact Earth – Moon Distances

15 Recession of the Moon 1.0 bya Time Distance from Earth 1.4 bya today

16 Origin of the Moon “The origin of the moon is still unresolved.” A. Snyder Ruzicka and L. A. Taylor, “Giant Impact and Fission Hypotheses for the origin of the moon: a critical review of some geochemical evidence, International Geology Review, 1998, p The best explanation is the moon was created in its present orbit about 6,000 years ago International Geology Review, 1998

17 u Recession of the moon u Comets u Age of the sun u Supernova remnants u Recession of the moon u Comets u Age of the sun u Supernova remnants Evidence for a Young Cosmos

18 Comets

19 Long-period comets Short-period comets Long-period comets Short-period comets

20 Kuiper belt and Oort cloud

21 Oort Cloud and Kuiper belt

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23 Comets and the Oort Cloud “Many scientific papers are written each year about the Oort Cloud, its properties, its origin, its evolution. Yet there is not yet a shred of direct observational evidence for its existence.” Who said this? Carl Sagan and A. Druyan, Comets, 1985, pp. 201.

24 Comets and the Oort Cloud “Though the Oort cloud has yet to be observed, the theory accounts so well for the distribution of comets’ orbits that most astronomers today accept its existence,…” Timothy Ferris, The Whole Shebang: A State- of-the-Universe Report, 1997, p Definition of faith An unquestioning belief that does not require proof or observation.

25 Oort Cloud and Kuiper Belt “Since it cannot be detected, the Oort cloud is not a scientific concept. This is not bad science, but non-science masquerading as science. The existence of comets is good evidence that the solar system is only a few thousand years old.” Danny Faulkner, Ph.D. Astronomy, More problems for the ‘Oort comet cloud’, 2001, TJ 15(2):11

26 Oort Cloud and Kuiper Belt “The existence of the Kuiper belt and the Oort cloud of comets has not been verified. Perhaps there is an alternative: The presence of comets may be evidence that the solar system is not as old as is often assumed.” Don DeYoung, Ph.D. Physics, Astronomy and the Bible, 2000, p – 500 km KBO Comets (10 km)

27 Kuiper Belt Objects

28 Dirty Snowballs Wild 2 (about three miles in diameter)

29 They come in two flavors u Long-period: more than 200 years to orbit the Sun. u Short-period: less than 200 years u Short period comets burn out quickly, can’t last for hundreds of millions of years u So why are there still so many short-period comets left? u Kuiper Belt objects are too big and too few u Long-period: more than 200 years to orbit the Sun. u Short-period: less than 200 years u Short period comets burn out quickly, can’t last for hundreds of millions of years u So why are there still so many short-period comets left? u Kuiper Belt objects are too big and too few

30 What you aren’t being told about comets u No proven source for short-period comets u Shouldn’t be there, unless the Solar System is only thousands of years old u No proven source for short-period comets u Shouldn’t be there, unless the Solar System is only thousands of years old

31 Protective Magnetic Field

32 Causes of Magnetic Field?

33 Dynamo Theory “The mechanism for generating the geomagnetic field remains one of the central unsolved problems in geoscience.” quoting the report from the National Geomagnetic Initiative, as of 19 Dec 2002

34 Young Magnetic Field u Since its first measurement in 1829, its total energy has fallen by 14%. Loses half its energy every 700 years or so. u Archaeomagnetic and paleomagnetic measurements show wild fluctuations of polarity in the past. u Field can only be tens of thousands of years old, not billions u (Dynamo theories can’t explain these facts.) u Since its first measurement in 1829, its total energy has fallen by 14%. Loses half its energy every 700 years or so. u Archaeomagnetic and paleomagnetic measurements show wild fluctuations of polarity in the past. u Field can only be tens of thousands of years old, not billions u (Dynamo theories can’t explain these facts.)

35 Planetary Magnetism “Magnetism is almost as much of a puzzle now as it was when William Gilbert ( ) wrote his classic text ‘Concerning Magnetism, Magnetic Bodies, and the Great Magnet, Earth’ in 1600.” Taylor, Destiny or Chance: our solar system and its place in the cosmos, p “Magnetism is almost as much of a puzzle now as it was when William Gilbert ( ) wrote his classic text ‘Concerning Magnetism, Magnetic Bodies, and the Great Magnet, Earth’ in 1600.” Taylor, Destiny or Chance: our solar system and its place in the cosmos, p

36 u Recession of the moon u Comets u Age of the sun u Supernova remnants u Recession of the moon u Comets u Age of the sun u Supernova remnants Evidence for a Young Cosmos

37 The Early Faint Sun Paradox u The Sun is burning by thermonuclear reactions. Over time, this changes the composition of the core of the Sun, and alters its temperature. u If the Sun is 4.6 billion years old, it should have brightened by nearly 40% over this time. u Life supposedly arose 3.8 billion years ago. Back then, the Sun would have been 25% dimmer.

38 Faint Sun Paradox cont’d u The average temperature on Earth would have been about 30 degrees F: below the freezing point of water. u Earth would have been an ice planet. u Yet evolutionists believe the average temperature of Earth hasn’t changed. u Of course, this isn’t a problem if the Sun is really thousands of years old.

39 The Early Faint Sun Paradox  Energy by thermonuclear fusion  The core of the sun should alter and the sun should grow brighter with age  If the sun is 4.6 billion years old, it should have brightened by about 40% 40% Brighter

40 The Early Faint Sun Paradox Earth average temperature (59 O F or 15 O C) A 25% increase in brightness increases the average temperature by about 32 O F (18 O C) (59 o – 32 o = 27 o F (-2.78 o C) Avg. temp

41 V838 Mon The Alternative

42 u Recession of the moon u Comets u Age of the sun u Supernova remnants u Recession of the moon u Comets u Age of the sun u Supernova remnants Evidence for a Young Cosmos

43 Supernova remnants (SNRs) Crab Nebula Light from the supernova reached the earth in 1054 Crab Nebula Light from the supernova reached the earth in 1054 Evidences for a Young Universe

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45 Supernova Remnant

46 Supernova Remnant Stages First stage - (free expansion ) debris hurtling outwards at 7000 kilometers per second. Characterized by constant temperature and constant expansion velocity. It lasts a years and reaches a diameter of 7-21 light years. Second stage - material begins to decelerate and cool. Characterized by mixing that enhances the magnetic field, and is a very powerful emitter of radio waves. Lasts from thousand years and reach a diameter of about 350 light years. Third stage – (snowball stage) begins after the shell has cooled down to about 106 K (-167C). At this stage, electrons and atoms begin recombining with the heavier atoms making the SNR shrink and become more dense. The velocity decreases, outward expansion stops and the SNR starts to collapse under its own gravity. This lasts a few hundreds of thousands of years. After millions of years, the SNR will be absorbed into the interstellar medium at a diameter of about 1800 light years.

47 1 st 300 yrs 2 nd 120 K 3 rd 1-6 mya Stage Billions of years old 7000 years old Supernova remnant Number of observable SNRs predicted if our galaxy is: Actual number observed Evidences for a Young Universe

48 1. The plain reading of the text 2. Words used to indicate time 3. Day with a number 4. Evening and morning 5. Genesis 1:14 (ref) ref 6. Sabbath - Exodus 20:11 (ref), 31:17 (ref) ref 7. Sentence structure 8. Statement by Jesus - Mark 10:6 (ref) ref 9. Genealogies - Gen 5, 1 Chron 1, Luke Plants and sunlight 11. The sun 1. The plain reading of the text 2. Words used to indicate time 3. Day with a number 4. Evening and morning 5. Genesis 1:14 (ref) ref 6. Sabbath - Exodus 20:11 (ref), 31:17 (ref) ref 7. Sentence structure 8. Statement by Jesus - Mark 10:6 (ref) ref 9. Genealogies - Gen 5, 1 Chron 1, Luke Plants and sunlight 11. The sun The Bible and the Time of Creation

49 Creation Cosmology

50 u Light Created in Transit u Variable Speed of Light u Gravitational Time Dilation u Light Created in Transit u Variable Speed of Light u Gravitational Time Dilation Proposed Solutions

51 Gravitational Time Dilation General relativity predicts that gravity field would slow time. The stronger the gravitational field the greater the effect on time. The atomic clock in Boulder Colorado runs 5 microseconds / year faster than the one in Greenwich England.

52 Space-Time Distortion

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54 Starlight and Time

55 Distant Starlight and Time u No explanation for the first star u The horizon problem (light-travel-time problem) u No explanation for the first star u The horizon problem (light-travel-time problem) A Major Problem for Evolution

56 Horizon Problem Early in the alleged big bang, points A and B start out with different temperatures. Today, points A and B have the same temperature A A B B Maximum distance light could travel B B A A

57 Closing Statements u The big bang is NOT a fact u Most evidence contradicts the big bang u The Bible does NOT teach the big bang u The Bible teaches a young earth (universe) which agrees with science u Many scientists (including astronomers) disagree with the big bang u The big bang is NOT a fact u Most evidence contradicts the big bang u The Bible does NOT teach the big bang u The Bible teaches a young earth (universe) which agrees with science u Many scientists (including astronomers) disagree with the big bang

58 Danny FaulknerPh.D. Astronomy John BylPh.D. Astronomy Tom GreenePh.D. Astronomy Dave HarrisonPh.D. Astrophysics James DirePh.D. Astrophysics Jason LislePh.D. Astrophysics John RankinPh.D. Mathematical Physics Keith WanserPh.D. Condensed Matter Physics Russell HumphreysPh.D. Physics Barbara HelmkampPh.D. Physics Don DeYoungPh.D. Physics Robert GentryPh.D. Physics Eugene ChaffinPh.D. Nuclear Physics Ron SamecPh.D. Physics John CimbalaPh.D. Aeronautics Andrew McIntoshPh.D. Combustion Theory Hee-Choon NoPh.D. Nuclear Engineering Jay WilePh.D. Nuclear Chemistry Danny FaulknerPh.D. Astronomy John BylPh.D. Astronomy Tom GreenePh.D. Astronomy Dave HarrisonPh.D. Astrophysics James DirePh.D. Astrophysics Jason LislePh.D. Astrophysics John RankinPh.D. Mathematical Physics Keith WanserPh.D. Condensed Matter Physics Russell HumphreysPh.D. Physics Barbara HelmkampPh.D. Physics Don DeYoungPh.D. Physics Robert GentryPh.D. Physics Eugene ChaffinPh.D. Nuclear Physics Ron SamecPh.D. Physics John CimbalaPh.D. Aeronautics Andrew McIntoshPh.D. Combustion Theory Hee-Choon NoPh.D. Nuclear Engineering Jay WilePh.D. Nuclear Chemistry Scientists

59 u God created trees mature with fruit u God created mature animals u God created Adam mature u Jesus fed the 5,000 u Jesus turned water into wine u Jesus withered the fig tree (Matt 21:18-19) u Instant learning of language (Tower of Babel) u Instant healing of soldier’s ear (Luke 22:51) u God created trees mature with fruit u God created mature animals u God created Adam mature u Jesus fed the 5,000 u Jesus turned water into wine u Jesus withered the fig tree (Matt 21:18-19) u Instant learning of language (Tower of Babel) u Instant healing of soldier’s ear (Luke 22:51) A God of Miracles

60 1. The plain reading of the text 2. Sentence structure 3. Words used to indicate time 4. Day with a number 5. Evening and morning 6. Sabbath - Exodus 20:11 (ref), 31:17 (ref) ref 7. Statement by Jesus - Mark 10:6 (ref) ref 8. Genealogies - Gen 5, 1 Chron 1, Luke 3 9. Plants and sunlight 10. The sun 1. The plain reading of the text 2. Sentence structure 3. Words used to indicate time 4. Day with a number 5. Evening and morning 6. Sabbath - Exodus 20:11 (ref), 31:17 (ref) ref 7. Statement by Jesus - Mark 10:6 (ref) ref 8. Genealogies - Gen 5, 1 Chron 1, Luke 3 9. Plants and sunlight 10. The sun The Bible and the Time of Creation

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