|Dear Fellow AGU member,
I am writing to tell you about ... the National Center for Science Education, Inc., (an) organization of scientists ... that defends ... rational science education. ... The problem is the fundamentalists' opposition to ... evolution. I know it's hard to believe that evolution can still be a problem in 1992, but the opposition to evolution throughout the US and Canada has actually increased during the last year.
The movement called "scientific creationism" is composed of Biblical literalists who claim to have scientific evidence that the world was created all at one time ... only a few thousand years ago. ...Some of our colleagues thank that the scientific creationism movement can be ignored, but I think they are wrong...
The movement is beginning to affect some college classes, too, as members of Genesis Clubs enter class rooms with disruptive (and difficult to answer) questions. How would you answer a student who announced in your class that the 2nd Law of Thermodynamics doesn't permit evolution?
Or that the presence of Polonium halos in granite demonstrates that granite had to have formed suddenly (i.e.. . was specially created?... ) Singed by Brent Dairymple, Nov. 1992.
|It turn out that uranium
halos also get into the act. Evolutionists claim they take hundreds of
millions of year to develop. What they haven't realized is that they
are actually coloration thermometers that tell they could not have
developed slowly under the assumptio of a constant decay rate and hot
conditions deep in the earth.Why is this? Because heat anneals
the halo coloration when the temperature is above 150 degrees C.
- At surface the halos coloration looked normal.
Granite Cores Taken From Deep Drill Hole
We also find confirmation of this conclusion by mass analysis of tiny zircons extracted from granite cores taken from drilling a 13,500 foot deep hole into granite rock at Fenton Hill, New Mexico.
This shows that we could not have a ancient earth.
Beginning, without form and void, the Foundations of the Earth, Adam
and Eve, and the morning stars and sons of God singing together
In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. The earth was without form and void and darkness was upon the face of the deep; and the Spirit of God was moving upon the face of the waters. Genesis 1:1-2
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Is your report
published in any peer magazines for peer reviews?
So many worship man made up theory for satan and do not have any proven scientific facts or believing there is a Creator. It only shows me the level people that exist at this time and that GMO foods will kill billions and billions of them in the near future. There are hundreds of passed prophecies written hundreds of years before the event (s) and this is only 1 of them. http://living-water.info/7/bible/007.htm
Here's some things I've written about Baillieul's article:
The TalkOrigins article you cite, written by a fellow that I believe is a Unitarian Universalist, cites Lorrence Collins, and claims:
You write, "As far as my view the halos are discredited, and aside from your point, there is endless material on the net about them. The naysayers seem more cogent to me. I've placed a link to a sample below. http://www.talkorigins.org/faqs/po-halos/gentry.html." Have you personally read Gentry's published reports, his peer-reviewed articles, or just the criticisms of his naysayers? My guess based on your reply is that you haven't read his published reports.
As I already mentioned, unitarian universalist Thomas Baillieul cited Gentry's 1968 paper on fossil alpha recoil tracks as if he had read that report, and then proposed a Rn migration hypothesis without explaining why the alpha recoil tracks are missing. Oversight or incompetence or dishonesty? That it wasn't a simple oversight by someone knowledgeable about the topic is clear from the fact that Baillieul also stated that Rn-222 and Po-210 rings are indistinguishable, when for decades it has been known that this is false for fluorite.