Modern Astronomy is a pseudoscientific validation of the Star Trek universe for the purpose of making you think that Biblical prophecy about stars falling to Earth is ludicrous.
Current cosmological models of the universe appear to show that 80% of the mass of the universe is missing. There's no physical reason why the cosmos maintains its current stable state.
We have considered the dubious nature of the Great Permian Contrivance. The Permian, and its supposed date being millions of years ago, isn't a testable hypothesis, so it's not, technically, scientific.
One of the ways that popular science (SciPop) attempts to be rigorous and hold itself accountable is through use of something called the scientific method. It's a systematic approach to investigation.
Knowledge and facts are things which ought to be true regardless of what we believe about God or the origin of the universe. Therefore, something which is only true in the popular science paradigm (SciPop) isn't knowledge.
The popular science (SciPop) rationalization for the liquid outer core is an ephemeral strand of wispy logic. It predates Stephen Hawking but it's an example of the Hawking Effect. All it has to do is sound plausible.
If it's plausible it's possible. If it's possible it happened. It has to have happened because we exist. The chances of us existing are so remotely tiny that our existence proves our hypothesis (whatever it is).
One of our favorite books is "A Brief History of Time," by Stephen Hawking. In this and his other books Hawking expands use of the scientific method as an inductive tool. He opened up the realm of plausibility.
Kids are taught from the time that they can look at a screen that the earth is an insignificant little speck which is orbiting an insignificant speck. The underlying message: you're insignificant.
IF Agape gravity is a force propelling us up to heaven (Z bosons) AND Mosaic gravity is a force pulling us down into the core of the Earth (W bosons) THEN is there something affecting whether we go to heaven or hell?