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"Radiometric dating methods do not prove millions of years. Radiometric dating was not developed until the early twentieth century, by which time virtually the whole world had already accepted the millions of years. For many years creation scientists have cited numerous examples in the published scientific literature of these dating methods clearly giving erroneous dates (e.g., a date of millions of years for lava flows that occurred in the past few hundred years or even decades). In recent years creationists in the RATE project have done experimental, theoretical, and field research to uncover more such evidence (e.g., diamonds and coal, which the evolutionists say are millions of years old, were dated by carbon-14 to be only thousands of years old) and to show that decay rates were orders of magnitude faster in the past, which shrinks the millions of years to thousands of years."
Originally posted by winofiend
Why do you spell Earth as EA*RTH ?
It's distracting from what ever point you are trying to.. make/observe?
if I need to be some sort of magician, don't worry about it.
Originally posted by Unity_99
reply to post by Ophiuchus 13
That would make earth much much older, and everything else. Much older cycles lost.
Originally posted by dianashay
We learned in Archaeology that salinity effects the decomp of organics thus showing a variation of thousands of years, this most sites' results are inaccurate.