Tuesday, March 21, 2017

YES Sports Fans, there is Young Earth Science (Blake Griffin)

According to Rob Tannenbaum, "Blake Griffin is one of the five or six best players in the NBA, and certainly the funniest ..."   Griffin's father is black  and his mother is white.  Griffin won the slam dunk contest as a rookie and has the special talent of jumping over cars.

In 2014, Griffin was interviewed by Rolling Stone magazine:
You were home-schooled until the seventh grade. Are you Team Creationism or Team Evolution?
"I was raised in a Christian household and went to a Christian high school, so I believe in creationisim, for sure."
So you think the Earth is only 6,000 years old?
"I don't want to do the math, but somewhere around there."
Homeschooling is great and we support the efforts of the new Education Secretary Betsy DeVos to promote school choice:

Let the education dollars follow each child, instead of forcing the child to follow the dollars. This is pretty straightforward. And it’s how you go from a closed system to an open system that encourages innovation. People deserve choices and options.

According to Neal McCluskey (Center for EducationalFreedom),

With federal money comes federal rules, and the point of charter schooling is to have innovative institutions unfettered by red tape and instead held accountable by parents choosing them.  The last thing we want is not just more red tape, but tape from a single dispenser: the federal government.
if you have not had a good laugh lately, don't pass up Blake Griffin's funny commercials!
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Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Prepare for the ICE AGE

This is our private stockpile for the Ice Age.  Subarctic temperatures will force us underground for a billion, billion years. - Dodo (Ice Age)
Is another Ice Age coming?  I doubt it.  But what about the Ice Age of the distant past?  Young Earth Science (YES) holds that this planet is thousands of years old (not billions).  Many geo theorists claim that the multiple layers in ice cores in Greenland pose a problem for the YES idea of one Ice Age.  However, the layers are not always annual – many layers can occur in one year.  J. Southon writing in Quaternary Research freely admits, “… the GISP2 (Greenland Ice Sheet Project) ice contains many subannual structures which mimic annual bands …”  R. B. Alley et al. stated in the Journal of Geophysical Research, “… it is almost certain that variability exists at the subseasonal or storm level, at the annual level… We certainly must entertain the possibility of misidentifying the deposit of a large storm or a snow dune as an entire year…”  We propose that there were tremendous storms in the past partly due to extreme global volcanism (including the oceans) at the time of the global cataclysm that world legends testify too.

Mainstream science cannot explain the Ice Age and over 60 theories have been proposed.  J. K. Charlesworth explains that there are “… an absolute riot of theories ranging from the remotely possible to the mutually contradictory and the palpably inadequate.” [1]  After the worldwide catastrophe of a few thousand years ago volcanic ash cooled the earth; tremendous eruptions in the seas heated up the oceans. This combination of higher precipitation, caused by the hot seas, and cooler summers produced the Ice Age. This is the only model that successfully predicts huge ice sheets.
Big Science should take a hint from former aeronautical engineer and award winning SciFi author, James Hogan who said, “A comparatively young word [thousands not millions] – in the sense of the surface we observe today – is compatible with unguided Catastrophist theories…” [2] Hogan states that conventional dating, “was more a product of materialism’s fight with religion than an empirical construct … [it was] manufactured to provide the long time scales that Lyell and Darwin needed.” [3] Hogan maintains that, “Mountain uplifts and other formations show indications of being younger than conventional geology maintains.” [4] One example that Hogan presents that challenges standard dating uses thermoluminescence of lunar material which was dated at less than 10,000 years. [5] If the Moon is thousands of years old, then maybe the Earth is too!
The Ice Age is apparently referenced in the Walam Olum (Red Recordthe tribal chronicle of the Lenni Lenape or Delaware Indians. [6] 

1) The Quaternary Era Vol. 2 by J.K. Charlesworth (Edward Arnold, London, 1957), p. 1532.
2) Kicking the Sacred Cow by James Hogan (Baen, New York, NY, 2004), p. 47.
3) Ibid., p. 175, Note: Hogan is endorsing Velikovsky’s opinion.
4) Ibid., p. 174.
5) Ibid., p. 206.
6) The Lenâpé and their legends : with the complete text and symbols of the Walam olum, a new translation, and an inquiry into its authenticity (1885) by Daniel Brinton & C.S. Rafinesque (Kindle), loc. 3489, 3490.

Sunday, January 29, 2017

The Evolution of Evolution (Part 1)

In President Donald J. Trump's inaugural address he said this:

And whether a child is born in the urban sprawl of Detroit or the wind-swept plains of Nebraska, they look up at the same night sky, they will their heart with the same dreams, and they are infused with the breath of life by the same Almighty Creator. (1-20-17)

Does the Donald Deny Darwin?  What do Richard Milton (Mensan, agnostic, science journalist), Anime, typing Shakespeare, Annette Funicello, the Mayan Calendar and Catastrophism have to do with Darwin's pet theory?  Find out here and see our latest video.  Please subscribe ‼

Thursday, January 12, 2017

Is Evolution Wrong?

President-elect Donald Trump said he will be the “greatest jobs producer that God ever created” in a recent press conference (1-11-17).  Does the Donald Deny Darwin??  In a prior post we discussed how Pence views evolution.

If the earth is young, then Darwinism must be a distant memory.  How does radiometric dating work?  If certain fundamental constants of physics have varied, could this alter radiometric decay rates?  What about the sun?  Is this planet really 4.5 billion years old?  What is the significance of the human footprints discovered by Mary Leakey in Africa in 1976?  Does history, geology and biology support Young Earth Science (YES)?

Check out our latest video and find out.
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When dealing with origins research many related questions arise:
If Aliens arrived wound they deny Darwin?
Do the folks in Roswell, New Mexico hold to a young earth?
Has the universal gravitational constant ever varied?
How many of the Apollo astronauts accepted evolution?
Is there a conspiracy to keep YES out of the public square?
Does the Mayan calendar favor a youthful planet?
Can cryptozoology shed light on the old earth/new earth controversy?
Why are there worldwide traditions of a global watery catastrophe?

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**special thx to Paul Humber for pointing out the Trump quote

Friday, November 18, 2016

Speaking of YES (Intro, 1) - podcast

Were you aware that Charles Dawson was proven to be the man behind the Piltdown hoax?  How old is the earth and why does it matter? If only we could go back in time to answer this question. 

If we could see the past we could find out how old our planet is.  What lines of evidence support a youthful planet?  Most historical records, based on king lists, only go back to around 2500 BC.  Find out more in our latest podcast.  It is now available in iTunes. ☺
Here we have a clutch of Alberts.  What do Albert Einstein and the geologist Albert Engel have to do with a youthful planet?  

Even Ben Carson answers "YES" to the query "Is a Young Earth Possible" (IYEP)?

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Saturday, November 12, 2016

What is the Age of Your Sample?

Suppose you found a piece of charred wood that was buried 100 feet deep.  Now you want to date it at a radiocarbon lab.  Could your sample be a thousand years old?  Maybe ten times that!

The most advanced method to obtain radiocarbon dates is AMS (Accelerator Mass Spectrometry).  If this really gives an absolute age why do I need to answer the question "what is the age of your sample?" on the submission form?   

The Oxford Radiocarbon Accelerator Unit (UK) have this in the instructions for their sample submission form: "Period (required) - indication of likely age of the sample: e.g. Bronze Age, Paleolithic, Holocene etc."  If 14C dating gives the exact time when the specimen died, why ask?

Check out this form from the University of Waikato (New Zealand)*:

Likewise, note a similar pattern from the Keck AMS Lab (UC Irvine):

Stuart Pocock (Clinical Trials) said that, "randomized controlled trials are an  essential tool for testing the efficacy of therapeutic innovations." [1]  Why don't we apply the same standard to radiometric dating?

Philosophy professor Alex Bird (Univ. of Bristol) explains the "double blind" procedure**:
... neither the patient not the clinician knows whether the patient is receiving the treatment.  This is often done in conjunction with the use of a placebo, which is a harmless substitute equivalent in appearance to the treatment. [2]
What if we dated samples (even dino fossils) using the double-blind method?  Mark Armitage has made a riotous LOL video on this topic (worthy of SNL).  Armitage sent shockwaves through establishment academia when he found soft tissue in dino remains and later lost his job‼  In February 2013, he published his astonishing research in Acta Histochemica, a mainstream journal on cells and tissue.  Two weeks later, he was fired from California State University - Northridge where he managed the biology department’s electron microscopy.  He was apparently let go because of his young earth views.

*forms modified slightly, see link for the exact format, no wording was changed (e.g. "what is the age of your sample?")
** special thx to Tom Shipley for the "double blind" aspect

1) quoted in Philosophy of Science by Alexander Bird (McGill-Queen's Univ. Press, London, 1998), p. 256.
2) Bird, p. 257, emphasis added.
FYI: I heard Ray Charles live at the 1989 Olympic Festival which was held in Oklahoma City & surrounding areas.  Ray Charles (d. 2004) was an avid chess player.

Wednesday, October 12, 2016

All the News is Fake (film @ 11)

Earlier this month Hillary Clinton had a town hall in Pennsylvania and was asked a question by 15 year old Brennan Leach, who is actually an actress and has appeared in political TV ads!  This was an obvious setup as she read from a script and had a red ribbon in her hair so that she could be easily selected.  Brennan's father is Pennsylvania Democratic State Senator Daylin Leach.  She was clearly a plant in the audience and this was not a spontaneous event.  The major media completely missed this - no wonder they are not trusted.

In a recent study by the American Press Institute, only 6% have “a great deal of confidence” in the press.  About 52% said they have “some confidence” in the press and 41% said they have “hardly any confidence.”  Truly, we have found the 6% solution - go to the web and do your own research.

Could it be that many are iffy about Young Earth Science (YES) due to the overly biased media?  If you google "young earth science" you get about 27K hits.  Many of the items on the first page look at YES in a positive light.  DuckDuckGo also provides some helpful results.  If you search on Yahoo! you can reach a number of pro-YES sites.       

Let's look at some examples of the slanted press.  The Boston Globe labels YES viewpoint as "indefensible and even embarrassing."  They further quote Bill Nye's claim that human-dino coexistence is "completely unreasonable."  Yet 41% of Americans believe humans and dinosaurs shared the planet. 

Another story in the Boston Globe quotes Christiana Peppard (Fordham University) who denies that we live on a youthful planet.  Globe journalist  Brandon Ambrosino had this to say about the young earth view:

Most scientists would disagree, since those who believe the earth is billions of years old don’t come to that conclusion by guesswork, but rather by, among other methods, radioactive dating ...
But this statement is not documented.  We are actually crowd funding an effort for an age-of-the-earth poll.  Many scientists that are pro-YES are pressured to keep their opinions under their hat (Expelled anyone?).  Brandon should read our book YES - Young Earth Science where we refute radiometric dating and other old earth arguments.  Neil Young spoke at the  Natural History Museum of Los Angeles earlier this year (we visited last year).  Maybe Neil Young (Earth ♫) should read our book too.     

Michael Patrick Leahy, writing in the LA Times, dissed Sam Harris' (Waking Up) view that half of Americans accept that the earth is only thousands of years old.  Leahy seems to be unaware that a full 36% doubt that the Earth is 4.5 billion years old.  Michael - please read my book.

On the positive tip, the NY Times was kind enough to publish a letter from a medical doctor who bashed the NYT staff ethicist for calling a young earth Ph.D. candidate's views "nonsense" and "nuttiness." 

Walter Cronkite (CBS) used to say "and that's the way it is" at the end of his news broadcast.  In early TV, breaking news was announced at 5pm and then later at 11pm a video report was presented.  Hence the phrase "film at 11."

Nietzsche said "worship the earth" - what do you think?  Let us know >>

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