Because this decaying magnetic field argument so cogently points to a recent creation
of the Earth, we can expect return fire from those on the other side.
often comes in the form of muddied water, smoke screens, disinformation and other forms of confusion.
Let common sense prevail - this idea is so common sense, we may tend to be shy. Don't be!
The concept of Earth's decaying magnetic field matches so well our real world experiences.
Humphreys notes tremendous energy is contained in Earth's magnetic field.
And this energy
amount is decreasing surprisingly rapidly.
We are familiar with wind-up and battery powered toys
from our childhood, and with power equipment of our adulthood's.
Some great phenomenon is involved
in powering earth's magnetic field -- it is very reasonable God got it going as good as was reasonable, and then let
-- It has been running down ever since. Understandable!
try to CONFUSE the issue by talking about magnetic field reversals.
Humphreys includes this idea of reversals with regard to violent earth movements of Noah's Flood ONLY,
but NOT otherwise.
A ball dropped on a hard surface will bounce, repeatedly
reversing motion until it runs out of energy and stops.
After this, it WILL NOT,
spontaneously start bouncing again. It has run out of energy.
Yet, many suggest just
this ridiculous idea concerning Earth's waining magnetic field.
- where is the energy to come from, where is the boot, it would need to suddenly spring back to life, after it has run out
of energy and stopped?
By far the most reasonable and consistent with Biblical
chronology is that God got it going real good at the beginning and let go -- and it has been decaying ever since.
And by ever since, we understand it could not have been too long ago, even though the earth and its magnetic field
Humphreys reasons 10,000 years max.
who initially began researching and writing on the subject in 1971, thought about 8,000 years.
figures are reasonable considering the Biblical chronology of about 6000 years.