Wednesday, September 9, 2015

YES - the Young Earth Science podcast 2079

How old is the earth?  Does it matter?  On today's podcast we will see how radioactive dating supports a young planet.  Click here to learn more.  Consider this shocking admission from R.L. Armstrong writing in the New Zealand Journal of Geology and Geophysics:  

This is an inherent uncertainty in dating young volcanic rocks: anomalies may be detected only by stratigraphic consistency tests, independent dating techniques, and comparison with the known time scale of geomagnetic reversals during the last five million years. [1]

If radiometric dating has an epic fail on historic lava flows, how can we trust it for old rocks supposedly billions of years old?  Let’s labor to spread the news about a youthful world.  The Truth is out there – fight the Deep Past.
What is your reaction to these words of H.G. Wells (War of the Worlds)?  “The past is but the beginning of a beginning, and all that is and has been is but the twilight of the dawn.” – H.G. Wells

What evidence would be required to verify a young earth?  Let us hear from you:
Learn more about Young Earth Science (YES) by getting the bold new fully documented book.


1) “K-Ar Dating: Late Cenozoic McMurdo Volcanic Group and Dry Valley Glacial History, Victoria Land, Antarctica” by R.L. Armstrong, New Zealand Journal of Geology and Geophysics, vol. 21 (1978), p. 692, emphasis added.