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Based on Paul Garner's book: The New Creationism, which of the following are problems with the Solar Nebula Theory? (Note: You may choose more than one of the following)
[1] dust particles shouldn't accrete, they should spread apart
[2] the sun isn't spinning as fast as it should be
[3] some of the planets spin in ways not predicted by the theory

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