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Creationist Cults

Note: the author failed to understand the distinction of isochrons and psudo-isochrons, which yields his conclusions in error. Write to him and ask him to look at isochrons, not psudo-isochrons.

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Evolutionists believe...

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No they don't. Scientists don't "believe" anything. They will either accept or reject a notion based upon scientific method however they don't apply "beliefs" to science.

Here you have the ICR cult trying to pretend that scientists employ the same level of willful ignorance that cultists do in a vain attempt to try to drag science down to the creationist's level, it looks like.

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...that the oldest rocks on earth are meteorites.

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And as always if the cult can find rock samples that are "domestic" he or she should present the find to the scientific community rather than complain about it in a propaganda rag.

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Lead-lead isochron plots are the current way that evolutionists have estimated the age of the earth at 4.6 billion years....

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And in fact the cultist is just plain wrong. Evolution deals with the origins of species, not with the age of the Solar System. Planetologists -- not biology scientists as this cultist asserts -- together with geologists and paleontologists are the scientists that examine and investigation the age of the Earth. Cosologists are the scientists that investigate the age of the Solar System, the planets, stars, and the universe in general.

This cultist seem to want to pretend that all the endless sciences which debunk creationist nonsense are some how some kind of conspiracy that has its roots in the biological sciences. In a word: stupid.

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As a creationist I find these series of assumptions more than I can accept.

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And yet the cultist believes the Epic of Gilgamesh is some how true, it looks like.

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I am even offended.

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To the point of insanity, it looks like, to me -- unless that damage was caused by an unfortunate beliefe in mythology. Here we have a large number of sciences which have applied numerous methodologies which are all in agreement as to the age of the Earth. This unfortunate individual looks at one method, doesn't understand it by all indications, claims it some how doesn't work, and then glibly proclaims the following:

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It seems that one has to buy an evolutionary cosmology before one can determine the age of the earth to be 4.6 billion years!

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How utterly stupid. As if the directly observed fact of evolution some how disappears because this nut doesn't understand science.

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Steven Austin, Ph.d
Institute for Creation Research
PO Box 2667
El Cajon, CA 92021

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