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Author Topic:   Peanut Gallery for Great debate: radiocarbon dating, Mindspawn and Coyote/RAZD
xongsmith
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Message 129 of 305 (711849)
11-22-2013 9:08 PM


skeptical about this...
What is this?
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http://consciouslifenews.com/...proof-recorded-history-wrong#

http://www.wakingtimes.com/...kli-tepe-and-its-message-to-us

Carbon dating in use to destroy YEC. Or pseudo-science?

Let's see how this plays out....


- xongsmith, 5.7d

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xongsmith
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Message 176 of 305 (712255)
11-30-2013 7:23 PM
Reply to: Message 174 by JonF
11-30-2013 6:33 PM


Re: reference
We both got it...unpacking now....

Thanks, Jon.


- xongsmith, 5.7d

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xongsmith
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Message 262 of 305 (713101)
12-09-2013 4:38 PM


In Message 87, RAZD writes:

For example, the Hasu River enters Lake Mikata where the sediments suspended in the river, even during a large flood, will fall out.

(emphasis mine)

Later, in Message 92, Mindspawn writes:

Summary:

A) Lake Suigetsu, you went to great lengths to explain how the river sediment is suspended and therefore deposits seasonally and then in post 87 you quoted contradictory information regarding how they chose the Lake due to the LACK of suspended sediment, and your quote actually supports my position:
" The result of this is that the waters of Lake Suigetsu have very little suspended sediment"

Hello? Mikaka is not Suigetsu, right??

Where did RAZD go at "great lengths to explain how the river sediment is suspended" - what message was that?


- xongsmith, 5.7d

  
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Message 283 of 305 (713314)
12-11-2013 11:00 PM
Reply to: Message 282 by Tanypteryx
12-11-2013 7:11 PM


Re: Lake Suigetsu and creation "science"
It is as if confronted with a yardstick when all he has ever seen is a ruler, that the markings on the yardstick must dwindle in size, getting extra markings within each real inch, in order to still be only 12 inches long.

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