Creationist arguments against radiocarbon dating
They believe that with enough time and chance - just maybe some unscientific reactions may beat the odds and "improve all by themselves." God can then be ignored and evolutionists can claim to be logical and forward thinking in their ignorance of what's most important in this life.But if the long eons just weren't there in the first place then evolution falls like a house of cards.Accelerated nuclear decay could have produced it during early Creation week and the year of the Genesis Flood. This week I have been making my way through a list of old and debunked creationist arguments put together by Michael Snyder (a young-earth creationist), giving the old arguments new life on social media. But for strict evolutionists lots and lots of time is required ... Creation theory can survive either way - either 6,000 years, or long ages that "God" started and put into motion.Every example brought up to support irreducible complexity, however, has been falsified.The questions themselves are misleading because no one component had to evolve first.
(And thus, evolution never had time to "happen" all by chance.) Evolution remains a spiritual deception cloaked in "science, falsely so called." ... similar to the age predicted for spiral galaxies (in time dilation cosmologies such as that of Humphreys or Hartnett) to wind up ... 1984, a meteorite (ALH84001) was discovered in Antarctica and was overlooked for 10 years before it was determined to be of Martian origin (Kerr, 1996). Amino acids are the building blocks of proteins, which are essential for life ... openly admitted that the parade was largely manufactured evidence ... robustus, Homo erectus, Neanderthal man, Cro-Magnon man, and modern man ... Japanese Kaguya spacecraft has taken a series of “Earthrise” photos from lunar orbit ... the anthropic principle, cosmology and astronomy ... For in Matthew -39 He treats it as historical fact ... Scopes Trial in 1925, when William Jennings Bryan and Clarence Darrow faced off in Dayton, Tennessee ... Debate exists within the scientific community about evolution ... In truth, it does not matter if most scientists accept or dispute the theory of evolution. quite unclear how evolution could have occurred at the biochemical level ... decomposition half-lives of the RNA bases were approximately 1 year for adenine and guanine, 12 years for uracil, and, in the case of cytosine, 19 days ... the markings located on the inside of the horse’s legs ...
The next five points that Snyder raises are all variations on the same theme: #30 Which evolved first: blood, the heart, or the blood vessels for the blood to travel through?
#31 Which evolved first: the mouth, the stomach, the digestive fluids, or the ability to poop?
This is the fourth and final installment of this series of posts.
You can find the others here: Part I, Part II, and Part III.