Howard College Mathematics Professor Jay Hall Weighs In
Earth is the only planet we know of that can support life but have you ever wondered what the true age of the Earth is?
Our planet is teeming with vitality and is home to billions of plants and animals that share a common evolutionary track. How and why did we get here? What processes had to take place for this to happen? The fact is, no one has been able to come close to knowing exactly what led to the origins of life. After billions and billions of years of Earth’s formation and evolution, the evidence may have been lost.
Still, at the core of the evolutionary theory lies this big assumption that life somehow arose from non-life, which by pure chance and the right chemicals happened to be in the right place, in the right arrangement, at the right time, under the right conditions, and by some mysterious, still unknown electrochemical process BANG! Life created itself like an unabridged dictionary is resulting from an explosion in a printing shop.
The history of evolution is indeed a strange phenomenon as soon as you place it under a magnifying glass. Events suddenly overlap each other and dates contradict each other. They seem not to match up. The time-line of human evolution is starting to look…um, well…pretty messy.
I am your host Maria Anna van Driel… and you’re listening to “The Next Truth; Where Science and Myth Meet”… and this week I am speaking with Howard College (Big Spring, Texas) Mathematics Professor Jay Hall… about if Big Science could have misdated the earth’s age due to the tremendous influence of a relativistic bombardment, coming from the sun, on the fragile nature of Earth’s environment. Do we have to re-think the evolutionary theory?