A Reuters news article from 9/5/07 begins, “A collision 160 million years ago of two asteroids orbiting between Mars and Jupiter (one 105 miles wide and the other 40 miles wide) sent many big rocks hurtling toward Earth, including the one that zapped the dinosaurs.” Sounds very definitive, doesn’t it? However, this refers to the unproven theory that a six-mile-wide asteroid impacted near the Yucatan Peninsula causing global atmospheric catastrophe. These findings came from “computer simulations calculated to a 90 % probability.” How can they determine the exact age and diameter of these asteroids from a 90% accurate computer simulation? One scientist shamelessly referred to this as “clear evidence.” Evolutionary scientists often make it sound as if they had a stopwatch and tape measure for their data. Notice how many times words like “probably, likely, suggested, believed/thought to be, generally accepted” appear in reports such as these. Hardly sounds definitive or certain. Darwinists and atheists would never allow Christians to get away with such vague, faith-based language posing as science.
Posted by: Rob Lester | April 5, 2010
Asteroid most likely…probably…certainly killed off dinosaurs (maybe)