Creationist view radiometric dating
• Contact Us • Technical Problems • LINKING shortcuts • Creation Super Library THE GREAT DINOSAUR MYSTERY On-line is brought to you by Films for Christ, a non-profit educational organization. “The Great Dinosaur Mystery” is a trademark of Films for Christ. All are copyrighted by us or our licensors under U. / Statement of Faith / The content in this site is partially based on our popular book and video The Great Dinosaur Mystery™. upright, oblique (or at an angle) or prostrate (or perpendicular) to the surrounding strata: and very often with their Could it be that the way the media "reports" on this, or by the facts they choose NOT to report on, has had a detrimental effect, not only on the perception of the public at large, but also on our courts and children, -- who are still being taught in public schoolsof the American Public agrees with evolutionary theory as it is still taught in our Public Schools -- And that the Scientific Evidences for Creation (and/or against evolution) should also be taught in Public Schools?Several thousand years ago, a small tribe of ignorant near-savages wrote various collections of myths, wild tales, lies, and gibberish.Because of the assertion of divine involvement, the many people who agree with science on deep time and evolution but think that a God of the gaps created the universe or influenced reality at some crucial instances (e.g.The simplest form of isotopic age computation involves substituting three measurements into an equation of four variables, and solving for the fourth.The equation is the one which describes radioactive decay: If one of these assumptions has been violated, the simple computation above yields an incorrect age.
Creationism is a belief that asserts a God or gods created reality (the universe and/or its contents) through divine intervention.
Therefore, to seek the truth of how we got here is to search for our Maker: either God or nature.
And in this regard, 'scientists' are supposed to aid us and NOT dictate what (they believe) the truth may be BEFORE they know it to be true, and can demonstrate it to be a Fact.
There are three standard creationist responses: First, creationists assert that current rates (Y) are different than past rates.
It is possible that these rates changed — but under uniformitarianism, which is necessary for science to function, we must assume that rates did not change unless there is evidence for this change.
Third, creationists ignore the evidence and deny that [X] exists altogether or assert that belief in a Young Earth is based on faith, not science. These ages weren't just made up — or, worse, accepted to "give evolution enough time".