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Originally posted by CHA0SYes...it could be incorrect...but the problem is...Christians hardly ever bother to actually look at how the science behind this stuff works, and are unable to accurately decide how solid the science actually is...I don't think anyone could disagree that there are stars so far away, the light would take well over 10,000 years to get here...and the science involved in calculating the distance of stars is extremely solid. Christians find it so easy to dismiss well established scientific concepts...when they themselves are promoting absolute crap, with no backing what so ever...
Originally posted by exposethosesecrets
What if there was a great fire on earth, and carbon developed faster, making carbon dating look much older.
Carbon dating keeps debunking itself, and some honest scientists are admitting this.
How long does a molten material take to cool off and form into rock.
Days, maybe weeks. Not millions of years.
Originally posted by jws1935
These are supposed to be rational, intelligent humans who have been educated and taught and trained to reason things out, and the first thing they do is trash the laws of physics.
Because of the principles summarized by the Second Law of Physics, real functional complexity has a relentless tendency to break down, not build up except under highly specific conditions, the idea of evolution is really not even something to consider. I will show later by the Bible itself why that is true. The other thing is that another law of physics is that you never get order from chaos, therefore shooting the whole big bang theory down.
On the other hand I think I would be hard pressed to find a scientist who believes that if he just throws all his research papers into the air they will all come down in the proper order forming the correct solutions thus
solving his problems. But he probably believes in both the big bang and evolution. Tsk Tsk. What shall we do?