The same "winding-up" dilemma also applies to other galaxies.For the last few decades the favored attempt to resolve the puzzle has been a complex theory called "density waves." The theory has conceptual problems, has to be arbitrarily and very finely tuned, and has been called into serious question by the Hubble Space Telescope's discovery of very detailed spiral structure in the central hub of the "Whirlpool" galaxy, M51.By that scenario, they would have buried at least eight billion bodies. The usual evolutionary picture has men existing as hunters and gatherers for Yet the archaeological evidence shows that Stone Age men were as intelligent as we are.
According to secular scientific literature, that process presently removes only 1 billion tons per year.As far as anyone knows, the other 19 billion tons per year simply accumulate.This implies that the folding occurred less than thousands of years after deposition. Measurements of the mutation rate of mitochondrial DNA recently forced researchers to revise the age of "mitochondrial Eve" from a theorized DNA experts insist that DNA cannot exist in natural environments longer than 10,000 years, yet intact strands of DNA appear to have been recovered from fossils allegedly much older: Neandertal bones, insects in amber, and even from dinosaur fossils. With their short 5,700-year half-life, no carbon 14 atoms should exist in any carbon older than 250,000 years.This is not only evidence for the youth of the earth, but also for episodes of greatly accelerated decay rates of long half-life nuclei within thousands of years ago, compressing radioisotope timescales enormously. Yet it has proven impossible to find any natural source of carbon below Pleistocene (Ice Age) strata that does not contain significant amounts of carbon 14, even though such strata are supposed to be old.Some of the items on this list can be reconciled with the old-age view only by making a series of improbable and unproven assumptions; others can fit in only with a recent creation. The observed rotation speeds are so fast that if our galaxy were more than a few hundred million years old, it would be a featureless disc of stars instead of its present spiral shape. Evolutionists call this "the winding-up dilemma," which they have known about for fifty years.
They have devised many theories to try to explain it, each one failing after a brief period of popularity.
At that rate, erosion would deposit the present mass of sediment in less than 12 million years.
Yet according to evolutionary theory, erosion and plate subduction have been going on as long as the oceans have existed, an alleged .
The first Apollo astronauts on the way to the Moon peered out the window of their spacecraft and were enthralled by the beauty of the earth framed against the blackness of the heavens.
They stated, “Earth is like a Christmas tree ornament hung in space.” What makes the earth so beautiful?
Conventional carbon 14 laboratories have been aware of this anomaly since the early 1980s, have striven to eliminate it, and are unable to account for it.