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Some arguments against Old Earth Creation science and theology are given in the links as the bottom of the If one accepts that God did create the world, it is possible that the world was created with maturity just as in the story of Jesus turning water into wine (The Bible, John, verses 1 to 11).
In this story, good wine that would normally take months to years to make, was made in an instant.
However, according to traditional thinking coal should be millions of years old and therefore not have any carbon 14 in it, since carbon 14 has a half life of 5730 years!
Picture on right from DVD "Thousands not millions." Rapid Coal, GEORGE R.
However nice such assumptions are, they are not true science but circular reasoning. Radioactive dating techniques rely on the fact that radioactive substances are unstableand break down.
For example uranium over a long period of time breaks down to form lead, thus we get uranium-lead dating.
If God is beyond time, perhaps it is beyond us to argue the details of this?
Species that are the same as their fossil ancestors are called "Living fossils".A possible mechanism for formation of these high rank coals could have been a short time, rapid heating event." [Six Hours], Chemtech, May, 1972, p. For more detailed analysis of radioactive dating techniques please get the above DVD, or follow some of the links and the bottom of this page or buy a suitable book.Below are a few interesting links, more at the bottom of the page:- "Excess Argon": The "Achillies' Heel" of Potassium-Argon and Argon-Argon "Dating" of Volcanic Rocks Geological conflict: Young radiocarbon date for ancient fossil wood challenges fossil dating Stumping old-age dogma The Fallacies of Radioactive Dating of Rocks What about carbon dating? The second half of Dr Paul Back's (a former Rhodes scholar) excellent book (Back, P., 2003) is devoted to time and the age of the Earth.For the theory of evolution to be true, the Earth must be millions or billions of years old.Uranium-lead dating at present puts the age of the earth at 4.5 to 5 billion years old (Ankerberg, 1998a).
Amongst other topics, Dr Paul Back comments on studies that suggest that the speed of light has been slowing down.