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Author Topic:   Assumptions involved in scientific dating
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Message 156 of 222 (827474)
01-26-2018 8:06 AM
Reply to: Message 132 by DOCJ
01-23-2018 3:54 PM


Re: Questions
Dating methods are being disputed in the science community. Links provided.
The Science community is ANYONE practicing Science. LOL. You don't get to control what is and what is not science. As long as they are making observations, formulating ideas based on observations, testing their ideas, making predictions, and presenting their conclusions before a group of peers to have others repeat their claim, or attempt to falsify their claim, it is the science community.. I know you would just LOVE it if you could pick and choose based on your feelings but that is not science.
So, if I understand correctly, the point you were trying to make is that there are people on the internet who say radiometric dating is unreliable.
On this, I think, we are all in agreement.
Did you have anything else to discuss?

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