Universe Battles answers one of the most searched questions of our time. Answers in Genesis Founder and CEO, Ken Ham, makes a special appearance, along with Astronomer and AiG speaker, Dr. Danny Faulkner, Dr. Jason Lisle, and additional scientists, Russell Humphreys, Spike Psarris, David Rives, and Jay Seegert.
Cassini was a complex exploratory spacecraft launched in 1997. Its mission was to study Saturn, its rings and moons. One of the many surprising discoveries was the observation of geysers spraying miles into space out from its icy moon, Enceladus.
Most astronomers date the solar system to 4.6 billion years. Since objects eventually reach equilibrium with their ambient temperature, Enceladus is too small to be geologically active after billions of years. Universe Battles provides numerous observable evidences that the Solar System is not billions of years old.
"In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth." Genesis 1:1