“The world, when you look at it, it just can’t be random. I mean, it’s so different than the vast emptiness that is everything else and even all the other planets we’ve seen, at least in our solar system, none of them even remotely resemble the precious life-giving nature of our own planet.”
The Amazing Universe that God Created
Our universe is so spectacular that it is difficult to comprehend. Our solar system consists of the sun and our eight planets and is part of our galaxy called The Milky Way. Our sun is just one of about 300 billion stars in our galaxy! In fact, if you were to shrink the universe down so that our solar system was the size of a quarter, our galaxy would be the size of North America. After you try to get your head around the vastness of our galaxy, think about that fact that there are over 100 billion galaxies. In the entire universe, there are 70 billion trillion stars… more than the grains of sand on the entire earth. Truly, the heavens declare the glory of God (Psalms 19:1). For more details about our phenomenal universe, check out this video from the Creation Museum:
The Big Bang Myth
All those stars in the universe present a huge problem for evolution. If the universe evolved on its own over the last 14 billion years, it would have had to form about 160,000 stars per second, yet we have never witnessed a single star being formed. Most people think that the big bang theory fully accounts for everything in the universe, but when it comes to star formation the big bang falls short.
“The truth is that we don’t understand star formation at a fundamental level.”
Abraham Loeb, Harvard’s Center for Astrophysics
In order to account for star formation, evolutionists have to come up with big bang fudge factors like dark matter and dark energy that have never been observed in space or recreated in the laboratory and run completely contrary to everything we have been able to observe about physics.
“The scary part is that if none of us knew in advance that stars exist, front line research would offer plenty of convincing reasons for why stars could never form.”
Neil Degrasse Tyson, Evolutionary Astrophysicist [Read more…]