An Evaluation of Astronomical Young-Age Determination Methods I: The Solar

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However, if the world is only thousands of years old, then the relatively high crater density on the lunar surface requires that the cratering rate in the past must have been many orders of magnitude higher than is inferred from the assumption of an age that is billions of years old. A much higher cratering rate in the past would account for the many ghost craters that exist in the lunar maria. Therefore, this is a good argument for recent origin.

And no one saw anything of the sort! How can that be?

On another note, I’ve seen this term ‘evolutionist’ misused by AIG before, and it bothers me.

How do evolutionists suggest ring systems form?

Say, how do you biologists explain planetary ring systems? Let me guess, random mutations and natural selection.


Gravitational drift.

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