The coment “Wild 2” is living up to it’s reputation, the new elements of it’s stucture collected by Stardust mission has evolutionists scratching their heads as they been taking a closer look at it…
“A new analysis of dust from the comet Wild 2, collected in 2004 by NASA’s Stardust mission, has revealed an oxygen isotope signature that suggests an unexpected mingling of rocky material between the center and edges of the solar system. Despite the comet’s birth in the icy reaches of outer space beyond Pluto, tiny crystals collected from its halo appear to have been forged in the hotter interior, much closer to the sun.” Science Daily
To evolutionary scientists, this disproves the hypothesis which claims material that formed the solar system allegedly billions of years ago has remained trapped in orbits around the sun.
“They were originally hoping to find the raw material that pre-dated the solar system,” explains Kita. “However, we found many crystalline objects that resemble flash-heated particles found in meteorites from asteroids.”
Where did all that raw material go, I wonder. Well the latest explanation is that cosmic material from asteroid belts between Mars and Jupiter can migrate outward in the solar system where it encounters a comet and messes up, oops I should say, mixes up all the raw material scientists were hoping to find.
“To their surprise, they found oxygen isotope ratios in the comet crystals that are similar to asteroids and even the sun itself. Since these samples more closely resemble meteorites than the primitive, low-temperature materials expected in the outer reaches of the solar system, their analysis suggests that heat-processed particles may have been transported outward in the young solar system.”
Obviously the observational data is not match up with the theory. This mission has been very valuable to creationism. It’s showing the comet (wild 2) as being young not old like billions of years but more like thousands of years old. The material is right there, right in front of them, the material that only a younger object would normally have. The idea that heat-processed particles in cold space would have been able to move millions upon millions of miles through space by itself to get to the comet is absurd.
It wouldn’t at all be surprised to me, if some of these scientists come up with some sort an hypothesis which claims the particles hitched a ride at some point in time by accident.
As space exploration marches on, so does the new discoveries which confirm God’s Word. I suspect we haven’t heard the last from the comet Wild 2…