Skip to comments.The Big Bang Never Happened
Posted on 03/07/2011 1:44:47 PM PST by wendy1946
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Niether of those explains why the Uranium ore we find consistently has daughter elements present consistent with billions of years of decay.
From under the Earth’s crust, not from the core.
Where did "What's under the Earth's crust" come from? Why are there heavy elements present in magma? Shouldn't it be composed of only the very lightest of elements?
Still waiting for an explanation of why all the uranium ore has all the required daughter elements, in just the right proportions to be consistent with billions of years of decay, after only a few million years.
A very concise summary of the past 30 years or so since I’ve been following this, beginning with my college astronomy classes. It was great to see so many of the astronomers and physicists I’ve read about all together in this presentation. Some day some folks making rude comments on this thread (who, strangely, seem to be the usual suspects known for snide pooh-poohing) will perhaps come back to the core of science, which is making observations and then devising testable explanations for those observations. I think one of the speakers who criticized the American post-doc system as aggravating the problem of entrenched orthodoxy was exactly right.
Mammoths, Mastodons, Sabre Tooth Tigers, Great Deer and Elk are not dinosaurs, they are mammals which died out about 10,000 years ago due to the retreat of the glaciers after the last ice age. they are the ones you see in petroglyphs and cave walls.
The last of these to die out was a population of small mammoths that died out in about 3500 BC on an island in the Arctic.
That’s about right. I see a lot of what is called physics today going away within the next ten or fifteen years.
What say you?
There is a curious analogy you could make to the idea of God wanting or having reasons for obeying the basic laws of physics. Genghis Khan saw at an early age that the peoples he forged into his empire had developed military capabilities beyond anything the rest of the world had but remained poor and divided precisely for lack of any sort of organization which could be defended logically, or a basic set of laws which could create order amongst them. Thus the Yasaq, or great Mongol legal code and system, was his most major work in life. He also saw that such a system could only work, if EVERYBODY including himself and his family and everybody else in leadership echelons obeyed it and agreed to be bound by it every bit as much as the lowliest person in the empire and after creating the Yasaq, he obeyed it at all times himself.
That arrangement held together for about 100 years, three or four generations, which is about as long as the empire itself held together, before starting to unravel. I believe that the situation with God and the laws of physics has to be similar, and that God will never violate those laws.
I generally do not see things I'd view as supernatural in the Bible. I see PARANORMAL things, and things outside the realm of our present experience, but they all work within the confines of physical laws.
Note: this topic is from 3/07/2011. Wendy1946 got the zot late last year, but I'm pretty sure he or she has been back under at least one new nick'.
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