MYS121: Supporters of a young Earth challenge the scientific consensus on the dating of the Earth and the universe, claiming radiometric dating doesn’t say what others claim and that distant starlight isn’t billions of years old. Jimmy Akin and Dom Bettinelli examine the claims and give their bottom line.
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Links for this episode:
- Michael Brooks’s book 13 Things That Don’t Make Sense
- Institute for Creation Research
- Creation and Earth History Museum
- Radiometric Dating
- Radiocarbon Dating
- Creation Science
- Young Earth Creationism
- Age of the Earth
- 101 Evidences for a Young Age of the Earth and the Universe (with response)
- What Actually Happened at Mt. St. Helens? (video)
- Young Earth Presentation on Radiometric Dating
- Table of Nuclides
- Alpha (Fine-Structure Constant)
- Short Video on the Oklo Nuclear Reactor
- Natural Nuclear Reactor
- Time-Variation of Physical Constants
- Review of the RATE Project
- Jimmy’s article “Is God Telling Us Fictions About the Past?”
- Variable Speed of Light
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