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Posted by Mario Dovalina on August 8, 2002 21:02:12 UTC

"You only read half the arguement!"

Oops. But regardless, you are not supplying a counterposition. You're simply assuming that creationism is the only alternative to explaining unknown phenomena.

"Evolutionist claim that the reason the Earth's magnetic field is not decaying is because of the Earth's rotation, creating a 'dynamo' effect (This is my understanding). But this theory can not be used for Uranus's magnetic field because the rotational and the magnetic axis's are so far apart"

I'm not totally familiar with this effect, please elaborate.

"Titania is the largest moon of Uranus. It is about 50% ice. I just looked up a whole lot of info about asteroids, and I found asteroids rarley have ice, and when they do it would not be anywhere near 50%. So Titania would not have been an asteroid."

Well, as far as I know, Uranus has almost no water/ice/vapor. So, the next logical possibility is that Titania was a large comet.

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