The recent news article on the Kuiper Belt, posted on Nature, is another great example of how evoltuionary theory must constantly change because the evidence poses problems to their flawed presuppositions.  Note in the article that they state, “One reason for caution is that for Kuiper objects to have emerged in situ would require them to have formed more quickly than traditional theory predicts.”

The cold and shadowy fringe of the solar system known as the Kuiper belt is generating increasing debate among scientists as data accumulates on the growing population of objects discovered there. Now, two new studies of Kuiper belt objects presented 5 October at a meeting of the American Astronomical Society’s Division for Planetary Sciences in Pasadena, California, may reveal a crucial hole a prevailing model of the solar system’s early history.

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