Kent hovind carbon dating

Up to two clips per episode may be copied on any one channel.You are not permitted to monetize the video or attempt to profit from it in any way.The most obvious characteristic of the values listed in the table is their extreme variability — all the way from 100 years to 500,000,000 years.

n spite of conclusive evidence of the Earth’s antiquity, the proponents of “scientific” creationism stubbornly maintain that the Earth is only about 10,000 years old (Table 9). They have no consistent set of data that leads to any definite age for the Earth.

Their “evidence” consists of invalid criticisms of the legitimate scientific data, as discussed above, and of some calculations that supposedly show that the Earth is very young.

All are based on the same types of calculations and assumptions used by evolutionists on the very few systems (uranium, potassium, rubidium) whose radioactive decay seems to indicate ages in the billions of years.

As noted in items 25 and 26 in Table I, even these methods (when based on real empirical evidence) yield young ages.

In addition, Morris (95) and Morris and Parker (97) draw an unwarranted parallel between their calculations and radiometric dating.

Most of their “ages” rely on the assumption of constant rates for processes known to vary.

Nevertheless, all things considered, it seems that those ages on the low end of the spectrum are likely to be more accurate than those on the high end.

This conclusion follows from the obvious fact that: (1) they are less likely to have been affected by initial concentrations or positions other than “zero”; (2) the assumption that the system was a “closed system” is more likely to be valid for a short time than for a long time; (3) the assumption that the process rate was constant is also more likely to be valid for a short time than for a long time.

There are 68 types of such calculations listed in Table I, all of them independent of each other and all applying essentially to the entire earth, or one of its major components or to the solar system.

All give ages far too young to accommodate the Evolution Model.

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