10 evolution facts they are too scared to at school
Evolution theory requires a very, very long time to happen. If the universe and the earth are not billions of years old, then scientists universally agree that evolution could not happen.
Below are ten facts that you won't find taught at schools because they offer direct evidence of a very young earth.
A supernova is an explosion of a massive star—the explosion is so bright that it briefly outshines the rest of the galaxy. The supernova remnants (SNRs) should keep expanding for hundreds of thousands of years. Yet there are no very old, widely expanded (Stage 3) SNRs in our galaxyor in its satellite galaxies. This is just what we would expect if universe was young.
The SETI (Search for Extra Terresital Intelligence) project spends millions of dollars every year looking into space for ‘information’ in the form of radio waves. Finding such would prove there is intelligence ‘out there’. Yet there is enough information in the DNA of a single cell to fill one thousand 500 page books. That is sure proof that the cell was created by an intelligent being, not by chance.
There is no where near enough mud on the sea floor. Each year, water and wind erodes about 20 billion tons of dirt and rock and deposits it in the oceans. However the average depth of mud on the sea floor is less than 400m. That means that the oceans could not be more than 12 million years old - proof that evolution has not occurred.
The law of biogenesis says that ‘life comes only from life’. No scientist has ever observed life coming from non-living material. In fact, the best scientists in the best laboratories in the world cannot create life. Yet evolution requires that blind chance can do what our smartest scientists cannot.