Discoveries made by NASA’s Hubble and Spitzer Telescopes in 2004 appear to confirm the Genesis account of planet formation to be scientifically accurate. (This is a pressrelease from Christian Newswire )
ORLANDO, Sept. 13, 2011 /Christian Newswire/ — Since Biblical times, people have put their trust in the Genesis account of creation. In recent years however, some have challenged the account and say there is no scientific evidence to support Genesis. It appears now that discoveries made by NASA’s scientist are confirming that the Genesis account is scientifically accurate. The idea of no scientific evidence to support it is now being turned upside-down by the very findings made in 2004 by NASA’s Hubble and Spitzer Telescopes of proto-planetary disc that surround infant stars.
According to NASA scientist, data from these two telescopes is revealing that planets like the Earth are formed in the exact same fashion as described at Genesis 1:2, 3. According to NASA, planets form inside a proto-planetary disc of dust and debris, starting out in a formless and chaotic state in total darkness, as describe in Genesis verse 2. «Now the earth proved to be formless and waste, and there was darkness upon the surface of the watery deep.»
NASA’s scientists have discovered that as the planets mature inside their dusty cocoon they suck up all the dust between them and the sun so that the planets slowly emerge from darkness into the light as described in Genesis verse 3. «Let light come to be.» Then there came to be light.
This NASA produced video made from the combined discoveries by Hubble and Spitzer appear to simulate Genesis simple description of how the Earth was formed in darkness and how light appeared gradually as the planet matured over time according to author J. Paul Hutchins.
After doing a two year study of the data put together by NASA scientist from these two telescopes, Hutchins says he was astonished to learn how accurately this scientific data lined up with the simple description of planet formation recorded in Genesis.
For more details of his research click on NASA/Caltech links