As we like to quip on Real Science Radio, secular scientists continue to do Dr. Walt Brown’s work for him. One of the more curious discoveries was made by Russian scientists aboard the International Space Station. Mission head Vladimir Solovyev said the results of the experiment “are absolutely unique… Plankton in these stages of development could be found on the surface of the oceans”.
Dr. Walt Brown’s hydroplate theory is the only explanation for sea life in space. His theory proposes that the breaking up of the “fountains of the great deep” as described in Genesis 7:11 of the Bible resulted in a huge amount of debris reaching escape velocity that entered space. So, objects like comets and meteors are remnants of Noah’s flood floating around our solar system. We already know that comets are just big snowballs in space, and many recent discoveries have confirmed that meteorites also contain water. Comets also have large rounded boulders, another confirmed prediction of the hydroplate theory. The breaking up of the “fountains of the great deep” also helps explain why the near side of the moon has more and significantly larger scars than the far side. Hence the discovery of sea plankton floating around in space and landing on the International Space station is no surprise at all to Bible-believers. While the Bible isn’t a science book, scientific discoveries consistently confirm its claims (for more, see our Scientific Evidence chapter).
The following video presents a good summary of the hydroplate theory.
For an exciting and thorough presentation of the hydroplate theory, I highly recommend Bob Enyart’s The Global Flood and Hydroplate Theory available for streaming or download here.