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Author Topic:   Creationist problems with radiocarbon dating
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Message 18 of 194 (556514)
04-20-2010 8:10 AM
Reply to: Message 14 by slevesque
04-20-2010 1:02 AM


Re: RATE
AbE We should get Baumgardner here and do Great Debate with KBerstche (I know Baumgardner used to sometimes visits forums like this one when asked to)

Yeah, and he ran like a rabbit, never to return, from Dr. Bertsche already. RATE and Radiocarbon

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Message 26 of 194 (556551)
04-20-2010 10:53 AM
Reply to: Message 13 by Flyer75
04-19-2010 11:49 PM


Re: RATE
Also, real quick and I hope this is the right spot to ask this, Henry Morris did a study a few years back that collected all the uniformitarian ways to rate the age of the earth, outside of radiocarbon dating (is that the right word?), and I think he came up with 66 or 67 other means, such as earth's magnetic field decay rate being one of them.

That was quite a bit more than a few years back. He also did not collect "all the uniformitarian ways to rate the age of the earth", he collected only those ways which disagreed with the ways mainstream science actually uses to measure the age of the Earth (see The Age of the Earth for an overview). Morris's table was demolished by Dalrymple in 1984: see How Old is the Earth: SOME CREATIONIST AGES OF THE EARTH.


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Message 90 of 194 (642190)
11-26-2011 12:26 PM
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11-26-2011 7:12 AM


Re: Snelling's experiments
You might also be interested in Andrew Snelling and the Iron Concretion?.

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