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Author Topic:   What's the creationists thought on this?
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From: Phoenix
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Message 97 of 136 (619973)
06-13-2011 3:28 PM
Reply to: Message 95 by Mazzy
06-13-2011 3:03 PM

Carbon Dating Rocks
'd just like to bring this research to your attention in response to your assertion that carbon dating is accurate.

I hope you're not suggesting that radiocarbon dating is applied to non-organic, very old rocks. That would show a complete ignorance of the subject.

Do you know where, why and how radiocarbon dating is used and its level of accuracy when appropriately applied?

[abe] Disregard. Coyote beat me to it.

Edited by AZPaul3, : No reason given.

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Message 120 of 136 (620362)
06-15-2011 7:15 PM
Reply to: Message 113 by Mazzy
06-15-2011 5:30 PM

Point Pressie!

What that research does demonstrate is that evolutionists are always grabbing at straws. These evo researchers really have no idea......


Oh Mazzy, Mazzy. You really screwed up this time.

You read the article on your dear Creationist site and it said just what you wanted to hear, didn't it!

You did not bother to follow or read the original works this intentionally misleading lying creationist screed was supposed to be reporting, did you.

Mazzy, inre Pressie:

I think you are rude and your horns are showing.

Well since your own cited source was indeed an outright misrepresentation of the facts then Pressie told the truth in his message, didn't he.

It's always easy to debunk creationists, as they only have one method: deceiving by outright lying. They project their way of thinking on others, because they think that everyone is as ignorant (or plain stupid) as they are themselves.

Message 101

Maybe in polite social circles over cheese and a fine wine telling an unpleasent truth may be considered "rude" but not in a science forum on EVC.

Deceiving by outright lying. And then you go and give a glaring example of precisely his point.

Well done, Mazzy!

As for the horns part, well I don't know Pressie that well but if done right horns can be very fashionable.

Edited by AZPaul3, : fix link

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