New Ceres Data Defies 4.5 Billion Years

This has been and is going to continue to be a reoccurring theme! As we explore the solar system, Planetary scientists who believe in evolution are going to have to come up with new speculation on why the data is not confirming billions of years. Here is a prediction, when New Horizons passes by its next object in deep space, it too is going to discover youthful features that will surprise scientists much like Pluto did, much like other planets and moons did in our solar system.

So what is the new data which defies 4.5 billion years? Here take a look at this picture…

ceres bright-spots

You noticed bright spots on the surface. These bright spots on Ceres have stunned planetary scientists because of their implications. The bright spots as you see here are epsom salts which came from water-ice. Occator is the name of the crater where we see here the epsom salts. Planetary Scientists believe this crater is 80 million years old, however, the bright spots they say in their own words, “should not have lasted nearly that long.”  They are quite right, because you have a dwarf planet with no atmosphere, and over millions or even billions of years would have long gone. Water evaporates very rapidly with no atmosphere and what they say would be left is…“magnesium sulphate spots.” So if Ceres was that old, we wouldn’t be seeing what we are seeing today! But if Ceres is younger then what they say, these features are a confirmation rather than a data conflict! There is no doubt, the evidence suggests that Ceres is younger than its assumed old age.

Since this conflicts with planetary evolution, evolutionary scientists have to work on their story on how the impossible just happened before their eyes and then fit that back into their belief system. This is why it takes more faith to believe in evolution than it does believing in God!  I love space exploration, I hope to see a lot more, these discoveries are very exciting and also a confirmation of creationism.


2 thoughts on “New Ceres Data Defies 4.5 Billion Years

  1. Science is not a belief system its a method of probing reality to find useful information.
    Unfortunately some are more attached to the information than its usefulness. Knowledge for the sake of knowledge. In fairness to science it has led to life-style improvement but many have been left far behind.

  2. Hello kaptonok,

    Your confusing operational science with the science of origins or as some would call it, “historical science”…Operational science is based on experience, experiments which are repeatable in the present and technology. The science of origins assumes the experience, extrapolation, while focusing on the past, and also contains a vast amount of unrepeatable stories about what happened in the past.

    New Ceres data is not a life-style discovery, the speculation on how that salt remained there so bright over a long period of time with no atmosphere is not a life-style improvement discovery nor will it ever lead to that back here on earth. Rather, it’s the science of origins which contains a belief system. Those conclusions are what is an issue rather than operational science.

    Advancements in technology are awesome and have improved the quality of life! We are also learning about things that previous generations could only dream about at the very most. But this is not a knock on operational science rather it’s being praised. It also shows that assumptions about its reality (supposedly billions of years old) is in conflict with reality.

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