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Yet, the mind of man is also magnificent. For example: New engines will create a magnetic field that will exude from a spacecraft for miles. This magnetic field will be like a balloon, carried at up to 800 kilometers through space by the solar winds, enabling us to reach Jupiter in 475 days. We can't create anything greater than what we can conceive. How great was God's mind to have created this Universe and us in it! More on plasma propulsion – http://www.popsci.com. Even newer engines than that are now feasible, such as engines that use electromagnetic radiation to get more thrust.

God knew exactly how far to set the Sun from the Earth; a few million miles more or less and life as we know it would be impossible on this Earth
    Our Sun is a close star. Stars have thermonuclear reactions which consume fuel. Once a star uses up its hydrogen fuel, its core contracts, raising the temperature to the point where helium fuses. Helium fuses into carbon, carbon to neon, and neon to oxygen. Carbon and oxygen combine to form silicone. 
    Stars convert silicone to iron. A star's core collapses upon itself when thermonuclear reactions are no longer able to resist the relentless force of gravity. Massive stars collapse into neutron stars, a star with the density of pure neutrons. As this occurs so fast that the rest of the star has no time to adjust, the overlying shells fall inward to the star's core. A short wave is produced, the result of which is a supernova, where the outer layers of the collapsing star get ejected into space. Some scientists believe the resulting energy radiation (Gamma ray bursts) collides with Earth's atmosphere and showers the Earth with nitrates, however, so far, no evidence of nitrates has been found in Greenland ice and the Antarctic, but found elsewhere! Isn't the quest for discovery endless!
    80% of supernovae occur in stars eight times as massive as the Sun. Questions: Why is it evincive that the chemical makeup of the solar system shows less abundant elements-(hydrogen, helium, neon, argon) than the cosmic rays? Why such high levels of refractories? And why, undergirding the elements (hydrogen, helium, oxygen, carbon, etc.) and the mysterious dark matter that's everywhere in the Universe, are the invisible strings? Why also do supernovas (also spelt supernovae)-contribute to refutation of evolutionary theory?
    Interplanetary dust:-Meteors and meteorites have been the source of dust on the Moon. Dr. Harold Schlusser said that the dust that is deposited on the Moon is doing so at the rate of 14.3 million tons per year. After 4 to 5 billion years the layer on the moon would have been extremely deep. So the NASA scientists constructed the lunar lander to be able to land on that blanket of dust without sinking through it, by equipping it with huge feet. When Neil Armstrong set foot on the Moon, everyone at NASA was amazed that there were only 3 inches of dust. They couldn't explain why. But 3 inches comes much closer to the biblical/creation view of our existence, the remaking of the Earth and systems affecting it for man's habitation. 3 inches equates to about 7,0009,000 years. 
    No one is sure if planets are the result of condensation of fragments of nebula, or are built up by accumulation of smaller particles, or put there as designed by God.
    The moon always keeps its back from us. The moon's same side always faces Earth. It revolves once on its axis-(the same time it takes to complete one orbit of Earth) every 27 days, 7 hours, 43 minutes and 11 seconds.
    The Moon travels 2,287 miles each hour. Its diameter is 2,162 miles.
    The moon is moving away at 2 inches a year. Is that why it seems smaller when high in the sky, as compared to just over the horizon? No. That's just our perception. Objects closer to land seem larger. The moon's always the same size and distance from us. What is causing it to move away, as the gravity of the Earth should tend to pull it toward Earth?
    Some astronomers believe that this could be because of the Kuiper Belt, a frozen realm of comet like objects (KBOs for Kuiper belt objects), more of debris (approximately 100,000 icy 'minor planets', ranging between 100 and 1,000 kilometers in diameter and an even greater number of smaller ones, occupying a region extending from Neptune's orbit, further out into space by about twice the amount of Neptune's distance from the Sun), orbiting the Sun beyond Neptune, thought to be because of the Plutinos, which are an estimated 10,000 objects bigger than 62 miles (100 km) in diameter with orbits similar to that of Pluto.
    And what of the magnetic field the moon has? How did it get that way? Science News, 101(22):346-347 (May 27), "Paul W. Gast of NASA's Manned Spacecraft Center – "It would be much simpler to explain most of the things we understand about the moon, if we could somehow dispose of this magnetic field....One of the exciting things about this paradox or enigma is (that) perhaps behind all of this is an explanation that none of us are thinking about today."-...continues

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