Our Solar System Birth Included Planet Earth
Once upon a time, billions of years ago, there was a big, lonely cloud of swirling dust. It had no home. So, it floated and drifted all around the universe with no particular place to go. But then, one day, it got tired of being lonely. And it decided to condense into a solar system. In fact, the was OUR solar system birth. It included our beautiful, blue planet Earth, and Mars, and Venus, and all the rest. And it was like a miracle. Because all the planets started circling the sun without bumping into each other. And while they circled the sun, they each began to spin around, too. Before you could say “Darwin, come down out of that tree!” little moons were formed. The little lights sparkled with glee. And the solar system lived happily ever after.
Did you enjoy the solar system birth story boys and girls?
With the humongous amount of data we now have, and can get every day, how can anyone believe in the evolution fairy tale? Well, I don’t know how…but I do know why. Because they don’t wanna believe in God.
When you don’t believe in the Creator God, you’ll imagine the wildest things. Like how “evolutionists claim that the solar system condensed out of a vast cloud of swirling dust about 4.6-billion years ago.” But if that’s true, then why isn’t the solar system a lot dustier? (aah…aah..achoo!)
Then again, maybe I’m just a dufus Christian musician who only wants to write songs and poems about an “invisible guy in the sky.” Yeah, maybe I have an agenda. And maybe I don’t know or even understand the deeper things like science and technology. Ok, so don’t take my words and music for it. But I think you should at least check out the “Poynting-Robertson Effect” before you dismiss me altogether.
According to actual science, that “dust” I mentioned should still be falling into and burning up in the Sun’s atmosphere. And that should be giving off a nice infrared glow. (Wouldn’t that be pretty to watch as you sip margaritas on the beach?) Uh-oh, sorry to burst that bubble, but measurements have been taken during a recent solar eclipse. And that pretty infrared glow just ain’t there. Darn!
So, the story of how our beautiful solar system was born millions of years ago is a fairy tale.
Don’t get me wrong. I’ve always enjoyed fairy tales and fiction. (Can you say, “Avengers?”) But I don’t put my faith in them. Then the illusion becomes a delusion. And that can lead to millions of years of misery.
It’s a much better idea to go where the science truly leads. And you’ll discover there’s a Rhyme and Reason to life because God made you.
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