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[From: Astronomy & Space] [author: ] [Date: 05-05] [Hit: ]
If the earth is really billions of years old like evolutionists claim, then how do you explain that the planet Pluto is young?Pluto is losing very large quantities of nitrogen into space. NASA reports that it is losing 500 tons per hour. If......

If the earth is really billions of years old like evolutionists claim, then how do you explain that the planet Pluto is young?
Pluto is losing very large quantities of nitrogen into space. NASA reports that it is losing 500 tons per hour. If Pluto were old, all the nitrogen would have been lost. Pluto cannot be 4.5 to 5 billion years old as evolutionists claim! Pluto has mountain ranges: one comparable to the Rocky mountains and one...

D g say: if god wrote the bible how come he used the hands of MEN instead of his own much more capable hands .. come on anyone can have something that is not true that they pull out of the hat trying to prove something..

KEEP to being a sheep .. stop using the internet that is for inteligent people

god forbade his followers to eat of the tree of knowledge its is much better to have STUPID sheep then to have people who ask questions
Rob say: What the math are you talking about?!?!? Pluto is not a planet because it doesn't have a atmosphere so how is it losing nitrogen?
Ronald 7 say: Everything in our Solar System is the same age as the Sun
4.5 Billion Years old
That includes Pluto
All the Planets and even moons have had all that time to develop into what they are now
Earth included
Pluto has been orbiting the Sun constantly at 4.4 and 7.4 Billion Kms
Well beyond the Ice line
Pluto is 40 % water ice that floats on an ocean of liquid Nitrogen
It has always sublimated Liquid Nitrogen at its Perihelion
At Apehelion it falls gently back onto the Planet like a very soft Snow
Confusion used to reign about the actual size of Pluto, ranging from 1, 000 to 6, 000 Km
This was before Sublimation, Charon and its other moons were discovered
John P say: The planetary status of Pluto was downgraded about 15 years ago. Pluto is no longer regarded as a planet. There are many objects in space in a similar orbit to Pluto, and of similar size. Do please keep up with the latest scientific notions if you are going to ask big philosophical or scientific questions!
daniel g say: Like the entire solar system, all the planets formed just over 4.5 billion yeas ago, including Pluto.
The loss of nitrogen or other gasses is not an indication of age or even related.
Although not fact, it is conclusive somthing on or in Pluto is generating nitrogen.
It is the solar winds that blow of gasses from all the planets without a geomagnetic protection.
NASA is still trying to conclude the presence of a thin atmosphere on Mars that has no such protection from solar winds, something is generating it.
What is exactly your source of information of the 'ice mountains' and even if viable, it is so cold, sublimation would indeed be an incredibly slow process.
ANDRE L say: HONEST people ask Science questions in the appropriate Science section.

DISHONEST people ask Science questions in R&S, because they don't WANT an actual answer based on Science.

Thank you for making it so clear which kind of asker you are.
Early data suggested that Pluto's atmosphere loses 1027–1028 molecules (50–500 kg) of nitrogen per second, an amount corresponding to the loss of a surface layer of volatile ices several hundred meters or several kilometers thick during the lifetime of the Solar System.[1][6][40] However, subsequent data from New Horizons revealed that this figure was overestimated by at least four orders of magnitude; Pluto's atmosphere is currently losing only 1×1023 molecules of nitrogen and 5×1025 molecules of methane every second. This presumes a loss of several centimeters of nitrogen ice and several dozen meters of methane ice during the lifetime of the Solar System.[10]
IOW, you're wrong and willfully ignorant.
tentofield say: Absolute twaddle! Pluto is the same age as the Earth and nearly all the other solar system objects as they all formed at the same time about 4.6 billion years ago, from a rotating disc of gas and dust, the remnants of a supernova. While nitrogen ice sublimates on Pluto into its very thin atmosphere, it also deposits from nitrogen gas in the atmosphere. The surface nitrogen lost to space is replaced by geological processes.

While Pluto has an atmosphere, the atmospheric pressure is about 10^−5 Pa or lower which is insufficient to allow volatility in water, methane, ammonia and carbon monoxide also found in ice on the surface. Only the nitrogen sublimates.

By the way, evolution is the change in organisms over time. It has nothing at all to do with atmospheric processes on Earth, Pluto or anywhere else. Pluto is a dwarf planet, not a planet.
Bulldog redux say: The nitrogen probably is coming to the surface from Pluto's interior. Even though Pluto is small, its mass is still about 1.3 x 10^22 kg. And by the way, Pluto is no longer considered to be a planet.
Huh? say: Why not ask this in a science area instead of religion? Are you not really interested in a legitimate answer?

It took me a few minutes of research to find this statement in an article, "a geological process pulling nitrogen up and out of Pluto's interior." as the most likely source of the nitrogen. There are other possibilities.
The Lord is my Shetland say: Evolution is not the study of the age of the universe, or the planets. If you want to make some kind of scientific claim, at least you should get your branch of sciences correct.
Robert say: Pluto could have been formed outside of the solar system from a newer star system. It may have drifted to our solar system and was captured by our sun.
Acetek say: doesn't prove your god skippy
Rowan say: Well, it could have been much larger in the past. It is one of the smallest planets, and has the least gravity because of that, which means it's hard to form an atmosphere, which protects it somewhat from evaporating by solar winds or whatever. It's kind of like a comet which formed a different orbit.
Riley say: Evolution has nothing to do with the formation of planets.
ReductioAdAstronomicus say: Well do the math. It's still vastly older than creationists claim.
poldi2 say: "NASA reports" - no it does not.
Yes, Pluto has mountain ranges - how does that prove anything.
"would have sublimed to the surface" - spoken by someone with no science education.
Everard say: "They could not possibly be ..."

What you really mean is...
I can't understand and
If I can't understand then
Neither can anyone else
Therefore GODDIDIT

LoLz ####
Anne say: Evolutionists??? Now tell what evolution has to do with plantatery formation? Oh and Pluto is not a planet
Climate Realist say: How much nitrogen is there on Pluto?

Do a calculation before you make claims that Pluto is young. At that rate, Pluto would have lost 20 quadrillion tons of nitrogen in 4.5 billion years.

The mass of Pluto is 1.30900 × 10^22 kilograms. It would only have lost about 0.5% of its mass in 4.5 billion years.
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