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Originally posted by randyvs
What do I think ?
I think it's a waste of space when people post an article, a link, a video with out any of their own text,
As required by ATS guidelines. No SnF.
Originally posted by Farnhold
From OP's linked article:
With certain evidence that radioactive decay can be significantly affected by an unknown effect from the sun, much of science is turned on its head...
Originally posted by LadySprings
reply to post by Farnhold
Why is there no mainstream sources regarding this topic?
Originally posted by kennyb72
reply to post by DrHammondStoat
It doesn't actually require a scientist mind to understand the implications of such a huge revelation as this.
Science and the knowledge gained from it is only as good as the tools used to measure it. Scientists have now discovered that their 12 inch rule only measures 8 inches. What do you think this does to the volumes of equations that mathematicians have worked on for the past few hundred years.
To imply that the original statements by professor Sturrock and professor Fischbach sounded far less sensationalist than the OP doesn't diminish the impact of such a discovery. What are these men going to do, throw their arms in the air and admit that they have spent an entire lifetime driving down a blind alley.
Think about the implications yourselves, not what you are told to think. This discovery, now being revealed, is a game changer in every sense. This is NOT something to fear, this is something that all of us who believe in our spiritual immortality have always known and finally the proof is entering main stream scientific consciousness. I personally feel that this is the true mission of the LHC to try and figure out what is to become of us.
For the first time in years I feel optimistic for the future of mankind. That's how much impact it has on me.
Originally posted by benrl
Article from discovery
This article talks about carbon 14 and how its always been assumed the decay rate was the same, thats how we date objects.
Wouldn't this mean we could no longer trust any date gained by this dating method?