Secular scientists have pondered where earth’s water originated from. Genesis 1:1 clearly spells out that on the first day of the creation week the essential make-up of earth was water.

The earth was formless and void, and darkness was over the surface of the deep, and the Spirit of God was moving over the surface of the waters (Genesis 1:2).

This is contrary to evolutionary thinking, suggesting that the earth started off as molten rock.

So, where did the water come from according to secular scientists? The most prevailing theory is that water came from icy comets bombarding the earth over millions of years thus seeding the earth.

However, recent samples from the Philae probe (which landed on Comet 67P in from the Rosetta spacecraft) reveal that comets didn’t deliver our planet’s water.

The probe’s instrument found that the molecular makeup of the water on Comet 67P is very different from the water found in Earth's oceans.

This throws a major hitch into the theory that comets brought water to the Earth after the solar system formed.

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