Saturn, Enceladus, and Blue Stars

Saturn is too hot for its evolutionary age. It should’ve cooled off if it were 4.5 billion years old. What can we learn about the age of the universe from our solar system? How can biblical creationists confidently assert a young age for celestial objects like blue stars?

 

Other episodes in this series:

Rocks, Ice Cores, and Bill Nye

Stretchy Dinosaur Soft Tissue

Mutation Rates Debunk Human Evolution Story

Where Did All the People Come From?

                  
 

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