If I Hadn't Believed It, I Wouldn't Have Seen It The Mirage of Extra Solar Planets
by Sean Meek, Director of Project CREATION
For years evolutionist astronomers have been trumpeting their
"success" at finding planets orbiting other stars.
Newspaper and magazines have printed some very colorful illustrations
and thousands of words describing these planets that have been "found".
The only problem is that these claims are really just speculation
masquerading as science. "The first image of a planet
orbiting a star other than the sun may be only a year away, . . .
That's why researchers have so far inferred the existence of 80 or so
known extra solar planets only indirectly, by the wobble they induce
in the stars they orbit (emphasis added). ( Science News , January 26,
2002 p. 62)
Much of what is presented today as science fact is in fact nothing more than such speculation. The claims of finding extra Solar planets are just one example of this trend. The evolutionary worldview has corrupted science in all areas. When the speculation of evolution is treated as fact, it is not surprising that other speculations are also treated as fact. There may be planets orbiting other stars or it could be that the "wobble" that is observed in other stars is just be the result of dwarf stars orbiting them. Binary (double) stars are very common in the Universe. The truth in this question awaits the results from true science , actual observations that will find out what the facts really are.