Backwards Comets

Jan 18, 2021 | Blog | 0 comments

Do you know that some comets orbit backwards?

Comets are balls of ice, gas and dust that fly through space. Recently two comets were found to be orbiting in the opposite direction to the planets. It was so odd to astronomers because it contradicts their “nebular hypothesis”.

This hypothesis proposes that the sun, Earth and solar system formed from a cloud or nebula of dust and gas. Such a collapsing cloud would have had objects orbiting only in one single direction. These two comets contradict this hypothesis by orbiting in the opposite direction.

These comets are no accident; they declare their Creator! God wants to make it abundantly clear that He, not time and chance processes, are what created the universe.

(Source: Inspired Evidence, Jonathan Sarfati & David Catchpoole Backwards’ Comets Perplexes Scientists, Creation Magazine, September 2009 pp.38-39)

0 Comments

Submit a Comment

Recent posts:

Evolution True or False

Evolution True or False

Is the evolutionary worldview truthful? The evolution creation debate is similar to debating the existence of air. No matter how much evidence we put forward as to the existence of air, the person refusing to acknowledge air’s existence would reject the evidence and...

Master Migrator

Master Migrator

Why do animals migrate? In the spring and fall, you've most likely noticed large flocks of birds flying overhead. What are they upto every year? Certain animals move from one place to another, in huge groups and It's called migration. Migration is necessary for...

Diamond Design

Diamond Design

What can we learn from the brilliance of a diamond?   Well, nothing sparkles like a diamond. Diamonds aren't only pretty to look at, they are also the hardest natural substance known to man. The word diamond comes from the Greek word that means unbreakable. Only...

FREE REPORT: Five Facts the Bible Discovered Thousands of Years BEFORE Modern Science

Success! Check your email to get your free report.

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This