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What does Moon Dust Teach us?

It is crucial for evolutionists to believe in long ages. In their
view billions of years would allow for the time needed for
evolution. However if that view was true, missing links
should be found everywhere. This site will present a variety
of evidence that we feel points to a young earth.  

Evolutionists believe (so do Creationists) that the earth and
moon are about the same age. (Genesis 1:1,9,16)  Even
moon dust reminds us of a young earth.

One of the reasons we sent a rocket to the moon was to see
how thick the dust is!  Sunlight continually hits the moon
with ultraviolet light and x-rays which destroy the exposed
rock.  The rock breaks down to dust at a rate of a few
ten-thousandths of an inch per year...in 5 to 10 billion years
you would have 20- 60 miles of dust!

NASA was concerned about sending men to the moon and
burying them in the dust. They sent an unmanned device
first that confirmed there were only 2 or 3 inches of dust on
the moon's surface.

Those 2 or 3 inches of dust confirm a young moon between
6000 and 8000 years.

Even after the initial dust research, Neil Armstrong was still
worried about landing in the dust!

Adapted from "The Evolution Handbook" pg 131-132
Moon pic: apod.nasa.gov

Let's make a device that creates evidence of someone
opening your mail.

Supplies: Cardboard, rubber bands, paper clips (or
brackets), scissors, tiny screw driver to punch holes.

(This experiment is adapted from the Sneaky Book series on
the left.) Cut four similar sized rectangles out of cardboard.  
Carefully poke holes at each end.  Lay the cardboard in a
square and attach each end.  Now stretch a rubber band
around opposite corners.

Collapse the device down and place it in an envelope.  When
someone opens the envelope it will pop open revealing
someone tampered with your mail!

If you want to learn more about how to know God personally:  Click here.

Stay tuned for more experiments from ScienceSplat.com that will share evidence
of a young universe.   Adam Thornton Copyright 2011 ScienceSplat.com
Creationist Museum Guide.
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