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|While I can see the real issue we would or actually do have with putting a large rock in such an orbit, as we say in Church, nothing is impossible for God. If God willed it, then that's all that is needed.|
Of course, as Setterfield has pointed out in his C Decay model, perhaps as an artifact of the constants still in flux. We know from scientific studies in the past, light was much faster. This could also have affected gravity at the time.
Uh, no. There is no indication the speed of light changed.
And maybe, just maybe, if it got exactly right, a change in gravity at the exactly precise moment in time of the exactly right amount could turn an elliptical asteroid orbit into a circular one.
And then it would throw all the planets out of the solar system, and everything on earth would die.
(Well, maybe not completely out, but it would certainly fuck things up.)
To rebut creationism you pretty much have to be a biologist, chemist, geologist, philosopher, lawyer and historian all rolled into one. While to advocate creationism, you just have to be an idiot. -- tommorris