Discussion in 'Earth Science' started by IceAgeCivilizations, Apr 16, 2007.
Your universe relies upon a lot of quirky factors doesn't it IAC?
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In every direction at once? I thought that phenomenon depended upon an aggregation of supermassive blackholes such as at the centre of galaxies?
It's the "White Hole" scenario of Humphreys, great mass in the center at the beginning, bounded Universe, space is a "fabric."
Humphrey's postulates an initial ball of water, two light years in diameter, from which the Universe sprang. He predicted the composition of Jupiter, confimed by Voyager, with this model.
"Dr. Russell Humphreys, or David Russell Humphreys, Ph.D., is an author and physicist. Dr. Humphreys was awarded his Ph.D in physics from Lousiana State University after receiving a B.S. from Duke University. Before graduating with his Ph.D., he was a believing creationist."
I think this is all we need to know about Humphreys.
Yes, that obviously says it all.
Humphreys was a lead scientist at Sandia Labs for many years.
I'm happy for him.
Why do creationists always argue from authority in scientific matters?
Seriously: this is not just a chicken and egg problem - it actually makes a difference in the debates.
Ice Age: You're a nutcase. When you speak of "deluge," equate it with "delusion," because that it the mental illness that you suffer from. You need professional psychiatric help.
Since you can't successfully argue your case, Valich, you call me nutcase and that I supposedly need psychiatric help, is this you modus operandi when you get your ass kicked in debate?
IAC, could you tell us how Baumgardner's theory of a 6000 year old universe; which you appear to advocate, explains findings from the field of dendrochronology which produce continuous tree ring data extending back ten thousand years to the end of the last ice age? Or do you merely discount this evidence because it does not fit into your theory?
Just to put your mind at rest, at its simplest this is counting (and adding up) tree rings… something which I’m sure, even the most ardent creationist is capable of grasping.
As a slight aside, the oldest tree yet discovered (a bristlecone pine, Pinus longaeva) called Prometheus, was at least 5000 years old when felled in 1964, Great Basin National Park, Nevada. That’s 83.33% of the age of your Universe. Now that really was one OLD tree!
BTW when did that Flood of yours happen again? Shouldn’t that pine have drowned!?
If you think tree rings necessarily denote years, then I've got some investment property for you in Sudan.
Lol! That's all you could come up with!? :roflmao: I think you should click on a few of those links and do some reading Icey... you seem deficient in SO many areas.
N.B. No real answer given in rebuttal of the points I have raised from IAC.
Would you like to buy some investment property in Sudan?
In any case, regardless of whether I think they denote years you can't dismiss the findings from a whole field of science, in one or two scentences I might add, their findings remain the same...
N.B. I'm guessing the same might be true again...
Are you interested in property in southern or central Sudan?
Could I ask a moderator to step in here please?
Either IAC would like to debate these matters, (which is why I assume he bothers to log in) in a useful and meaningful fashion; or not - in which case he should refrain from posting such puerile nonsense.
P.S. If you highlight all of the text in my previous post, you can see that I have predicted such a childish modus operandi.
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