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Offline distraff

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Re: Many Texas Schools Teach Creationism
« Reply #30 on: September 13, 2013, 06:06:25 PM »
Actually you have what they "believe" to be the radiation from the big bang.  It is still a theory, one that they teach as fact.
http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2010/06/100613212708.htm

Yes, but the big bang theory predicted that we would have a mostly uniform background very low frequency radiation, and that is what we see.  We know it is not coming from stars because it is too uniform.  So this radiation is an example of the big bang's predictive power.  Also stars have the hydrogen helium concentration that the big bang theory predicts.  The big bang theory has incredible predictive power and is able to predict things that we later find to be true.  So either all these prediction confirmations are all by chance or the theory is true.  The vast majority of scientists are confident of the latter. 

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Do you have any idea how long the people lived before the time of about Abraham? Methuselah at 969 years, was the oldest recorded in the Bible before the Lord started to shorten lifespans.  What happens to the human skeleton as you age?  Tell me that that could not easily be the skeleton of a very, very old person.  Gravity alone would make the hunch over time. 

Scientists can actually tell the ages of these skeletons through a variety of forensics methods.  Believe me, these people are a lot less than a few hundred years.

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http://www.foxnews.com/science/2013/09/12/climate-models-wildly-overestimated-global-warming-study-finds/

They may agree, but that does not make them right.  The great majority of scientists thought the world was flat too.

The reason why our predictions were wrong was because very little warming happened in the 2000's.  This is because the ocean cycles were cooler than expected, and the sun was also cooler.  See the images below.  However once we account for these factors, we see a constant rise in temperatures.  See the video below.

http://vortex.accuweather.com/adc2004/pub/includes/columns/climatechange/2012/590x331_02101703_feb10fig7.jpg
http://www.lunarplanner.com/Images/ssn_predict_l.gif


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Re: Many Texas Schools Teach Creationism
« Reply #31 on: September 14, 2013, 03:28:59 PM »
Actually you have what they "believe" to be the radiation from the big bang.  It is still a theory, one that they teach as fact.
http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2010/06/100613212708.htm

It was predicted before it was discovered.  "If the Big Bang theory is correct, this is what we should see..."  We see it.

 

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