Much attention has been paid to Mars, and Saturn but the moon reveals a nice amount interesting features as well! Some of which should be explored in more dept over time. A Japanese lunar satellite KAGUYA found volcanic rock which evolutionists have estimated is about 2.5 million years old.
According to the evolutionary model, the moon was suppose to cease it’s lunar volcanism a few billion years ago. The hypothesis says, the moon would have cooled down enough over a span of 1.5 billion years to supposedly freeze out any lunar volcanic activity. Evolutionists are now scratching their heads with this new discovery of the moon which may in fact cause some modifications in their model.
The implications are enormous as so-called evolutionary theories need massive amount of time. It’s the only framework they follow religiously. To observe younger features on the moon which are much younger than the so-called theory allows, destroys the requirement of a very long naturalistic process.
It’s true, if the moon was active for a period of time, the coldness of space would eventually freeze the heat energy solid. There is no dispute there, it’s basic physics. It’s like when you have a cup of coffee in the morning and then let it sit in a room for a while. Eventually the heat from the coffee dissipates reducing itself to room temperature.
Same concept with the moon, it’s hard to believe that for more than 4 billion years the moon has been sitting in the cold while erupting with lava until 2.5 million years ago. I believe, moon exploration is so badly needed. Not only could it be a great source for potential alternative fuels such as helium 3 depending upon what is actually found and innovation, but we would also have important data from the moon to evaluate and glean from especially in the area of creation science!
While it’s true that the moon is not as glamorized as looking for little green men on Mars is. Oops, I mean little blobs of possible microscopic alien life forms. Now I’m not saying exploring Mars is a waste of taxpayer’s money, because there is certainly some value in learning about the planet. But I believe the moon being closer with more potential to help mankind, and just the exploration of man being there in person is way better!