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Babel and the ark landing was on what we call Pangaea and radioactive decay 'dates'

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  • Babel and the ark landing was on what we call Pangaea and radioactive decay 'dates'

    It does make sense that for languages and religions and peoples and animals to spread out all over the world that the world would have been united. There is one thing mainly I would think that stands in the way of realizing the actual dates for Babel and Pangaea. That is radioactive dating. Basically all radioactive dating is based on is a belief that nature was the same as now, and that we therefore also had the radioactivity then and decay. That belief cannot be supported. However, this is a last call to allow anyone to try!

    newnature.ga

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    Originally posted by dad View Post
    It does make sense that for languages and religions and peoples and animals to spread out all over the world that the world would have been united. There is one thing mainly I would think that stands in the way of realizing the actual dates for Babel and Pangaea. That is radioactive dating. Basically all radioactive dating is based on is a belief that nature was the same as now, and that we therefore also had the radioactivity then and decay. That belief cannot be supported. However, this is a last call to allow anyone to try!
    Since both the Noah's Flood and Tower of Babel fables have both already been conclusively disproven by a few hundred thousand pieces of physical evidence your claims about radiometric dating are rather meaningless..
    "Ignorance more frequently begets confidence than does knowledge: it is those who know little, and not those who know much, who so positively assert that this or that problem will never be solved by science." - Charles Darwin

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Tim H View Post

      Since both the Noah's Flood and Tower of Babel fables have both already been conclusively disproven by a few hundred thousand pieces of physical evidence your claims about radiometric dating are rather meaningless..
      seconded.
      this nonsense that somehow reality was different before an unspecified date when gravity suddenly worked, is rather a disingenuous game
      When evil is powerful, good men are silenced.

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      • #4
        " this is a last call to allow anyone to try!"

        Goodnight Dad, you have had enough.
        As Saint Mark Twain put it "God created Man in His own image. And man has been returning the favor ever since."

        Reality rules - Honor the truth.
        In memorium, Chemist 99a

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        • #5
          Originally posted by dad View Post
          It does make sense that for languages and religions and peoples and animals to spread out all over the world that the world would have been united. There is one thing mainly I would think that stands in the way of realizing the actual dates for Babel and Pangaea. That is radioactive dating. Basically all radioactive dating is based on is a belief that nature was the same as now, and that we therefore also had the radioactivity then and decay. That belief cannot be supported. However, this is a last call to allow anyone to try!
          Imagine God creating a block of ice, half-melted and surrounded by a pool of water.

          Bringing it into existence that way in a split second of time.

          Academians would swear up and down the block of ice has been sitting there melting for some length of time.

          They could even get out their slide rules and calculate how long the ice has been sitting there by determining its rate of decay and how much water is present.

          And, of course, they would be wrong.
          THE BIBLE SAYS IT, THAT SETTLES IT.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Tim H View Post
            Since both the Noah's Flood and Tower of Babel fables have both already been conclusively disproven by a few hundred thousand pieces of physical evidence your claims about radiometric dating are rather meaningless..
            How long did it take them to collect all those "few hundred thousand pieces of evidence"?

            A week? two weeks? a year? a hundred years? how long exactly?

            Let's say it took them ... oh ... fifty years.

            In those fifty years, did they upgrade their equipment at all?

            And if so, did they go back to the beginning and re-examine all that evidence?

            Or was it good enough that their cheap, now obsolete, instruments fifty years ago returned what they wanted to hear? to wit: no flood?
            THE BIBLE SAYS IT, THAT SETTLES IT.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by D Laurier View Post
              this nonsense that somehow reality was different before an unspecified date when gravity suddenly worked, is rather a disingenuous game
              Our first graders know more reality than 100 empiricists with PhDs combined.
              THE BIBLE SAYS IT, THAT SETTLES IT.

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                Last edited by dad; 02-08-19, 12:27 AM.
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Tim H View Post

                  Since both the Noah's Flood and Tower of Babel fables have both already been conclusively disproven by a few hundred thousand pieces of physical evidence your claims about radiometric dating are rather meaningless..
                  I see. We should just believe you.

                  Lurkers, The truth is actually that no one has disproven that Babel existed, in fact it is accepted now due to recent discoveries. The issue is only whether they can try to make it appear that the tower of Babel was not the one in the bible somehow.

                  As for the flood, the lame attempts at attacking that were off target, strawman arguments that cannot stand the light of day. That is why they allude to some arguments rather than posting them. The arguments would of course be ripped to smithereens in moments. Then stamped on, and blown to the wind. Then laughed at.

                  Last edited by dad; 02-08-19, 12:17 AM.
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by D Laurier View Post

                    seconded.
                    this nonsense that somehow reality was different before an unspecified date when gravity suddenly worked, is rather a disingenuous game
                    Gravity? How about addressing the topic and not cooking up weird nonsense?
                    newnature.ga

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by AV1611VET View Post
                      Our first graders know more reality than 100 empiricists with PhDs combined.
                      Random non sequitur assertion.

                      Are you agreeing with Dan? Or are you just compelled to say something?

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by AV1611VET View Post
                        Imagine God creating a block of ice, half-melted and surrounded by a pool of water.

                        Bringing it into existence that way in a split second of time.

                        Academians would swear up and down the block of ice has been sitting there melting for some length of time.

                        They could even get out their slide rules and calculate how long the ice has been sitting there by determining its rate of decay and how much water is present.

                        And, of course, they would be wrong.
                        True. They don't know where to start and where to end. So they run wild with their religion.

                        I must say though, that if that was my religion I would offer some attempt at proving the radioactivity I claimed existed did exist. Has this board devolved into one where we get sniveling replies instead of reasoned debate?
                        newnature.ga

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by dad View Post
                          Gravity? How about addressing the topic and not cooking up weird nonsense?
                          This weird nonsense was cooked up by you. Aren't you the one that said there was no gravity in a previous state so that people could fly?

                          It's always good to keep track of your own nonsense

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by AV1611VET View Post
                            Imagine God creating a block of ice, half-melted and surrounded by a pool of water.

                            Bringing it into existence that way in a split second of time.

                            Academians would swear up and down the block of ice has been sitting there melting for some length of time.
                            No, because they would have seen it poof into existence.

                            Unless you're saying that at the same time God created this block of ice, he also created adult academicians with false memories of years of training, family life, employment, peer-review publishing, etc. At that point, these academicians might be fooled into thinking the block of ice had been sitting there for some time, due to the deceptive manner in which they were created.
                            "I cannot conceive of a world in which my religious beliefs aren't necessarily true. My brain is still working."

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by barchan View Post
                              This weird nonsense was cooked up by you. Aren't you the one that said there was no gravity in a previous state so that people could fly?

                              It's always good to keep track of your own nonsense
                              No. Sorry. Try to focus.
                              newnature.ga

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