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Author Topic:   Solar flares affect radiometric decay rates?
Dr Adequate
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Message 4 of 67 (672251)
09-05-2012 6:19 AM
Reply to: Message 3 by PaulK
09-05-2012 5:51 AM


Anything YECs can misinterpret helps them.

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Message 6 of 67 (672259)
09-05-2012 9:23 AM
Reply to: Message 5 by Percy
09-05-2012 8:33 AM


Ah, spoilsport. But I fear you may be right.

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Message 8 of 67 (672263)
09-05-2012 9:33 AM
Reply to: Message 7 by PurpleYouko
09-05-2012 9:23 AM


* cracks knuckles *

The synoptic gospels describe three hours of darkness accompanying the crucifixion. As a solar eclipse is impossible at Passover (which occurs at full moon, whereas a solar eclipse happens only at new moon) this is only possible if the sun itself stopped shining, during which period there would have been no decay-retarding emissions from the sun at all, so obviously the decay rates of particles would have sped up in just such a way as to make young-earthers appear to be completely wrong.

It also caused the existence of intermediate forms, why not? Flood geology is so passe.


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Message 18 of 67 (677913)
11-02-2012 2:30 PM
Reply to: Message 16 by kbertsche
11-02-2012 11:49 AM


I'd bet on an instrumentation problem ...

That's what I was wondering.

4) one of the main signals that these guys see is an annual variation. Annual variations can have any number of alternative explanations.

Yes. I read a story (which I would be grateful if anyone could track down for me, I've tried and failed) about a group of scientists in, I think, Germany, who thought they'd found an annual variation in the gravitational constant.

It turned out their university had a large coal cellar which was filled up at the start of every winter ...


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