Monday, March 13, 2006

The Magnetic Fields of the Planets

“By the word of the LORD were the heavens made…”
PSALM 33:6

Many of the planets of the solar system have strong magnetic fields, which are caused by electrical currents. These Saturncurrents decay with time. Every year earth’s magnetic field, like all magnetic fields, gets weaker and weaker.

If the solar system was billions of years old, the magnetic fields of the planets should be very weak by now. Yet they are not. The outer planets, in particular, have very strong magnetic fields.

The secular scientist’s favorite explanation is the magnetic fields are reversing. There isn’t any evidence of this.
The most reasonable explanation is that the planets are only a few thousand years old, as the bible teaches.

Food for thought: Ecclesiastes 1:7 “All the rivers run into the sea; yet the sea is not full; unto the place from whence the rivers come, thither they return again.”

The writer of Ecclesiastes describes the water cycle… something that wasn’t known until Galileo in 1630.

In the water cycle, water is evaporated from the oceans and becomes clouds. Clouds rain or snow water onto the mountains. That water flows into rivers, which travel back to the oceans. Starting the process all over again.

Ecclesiastes is believed to have been written around 1000 B.C., 2,500 years before Galileo.

3 comments:

Elizabeth Ellen Moore said...

Zachary,
It seems so simple, doesn't it? Their eyes must be blind to the truth. It is amazing that the world was put together in such a way as to have these marvelous illustrations of a young earth!

Elizabeth

Sparky said...

I sent you an e-mail.

MVB said...

Very good points!

Ungodly scientists will believe anything BUT the truth of the Bible. They are so dead-fast against it, that they will take obvious works of the Creator and explain them away by the theories of evolution.