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oldmanintheskydidntdoit



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(Permalink) Posted: July 13 2007,08:02   

I was trawling through some sites (I feel dirty) and found this
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Anomalous acceleration of Pioneer spacecraft.  A creationist cosmology explains why itís happening.


They also claim
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Some of the other topics dealt with in the latest Journal of Creation 21(2) include:

   * Journal of Creation Volume 21(2) Cover Granite formation. It is now recognized that slow-and-gradual ideas inhibited research and that granite formed suddenly.
   * The origin of oxygen. It turns out to be more complicated than evolutionists have thought.
   * Jurassic animals. Latest findings show they were more diverse than previously believed.
   * Sea-floor sedimentation. How can a large area of the Pacific Ocean escape sediment deposition for 85 million years?
   * Anomalous acceleration of Pioneer spacecraft. A creationist cosmology explains why itís happening.
   * Genetic code optimization. How the creationist framework explains the behaviour of genetic information.
   * Book Reviews. Dawkinsí The God Delusion, and The Devilís Chaplain; Darwin Strikes Back; Darwinís Proof: The Triumph of Religion Over Science. These are just a few of the contemporary books reviewed in this issueóreviews that develop your skills and keep you up-to-date on the issues.
   * Hamilton Cave. Tell-tale clues in this underground tourist site in West Virginia point to unusual formation processes.
   * And lots, lots more.


But the Pioneer issue holds most hope for disconfirming the creationist point of view.
Creationontheweb

Any subscribers to "Journal of Creation" can shed some light on the issue?

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BWE



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(Permalink) Posted: July 13 2007,17:54   

I'd be more interested in:
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* Sea-floor sedimentation. How can a large area of the Pacific Ocean escape sediment deposition for 85 million years?


Um... Just because.

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Henry J



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(Permalink) Posted: July 13 2007,23:32   

Re "The origin of oxygen. It turns out to be more complicated than evolutionists have thought."

Do they explain what astrophysics has to do with evolution, or why it would be "evolutionists" who think about it?

Re "Jurassic animals. Latest findings show they were more diverse than previously believed."

Last I heard, it was previously believed that there were way too many exitinct species for all of them to have lived on one planet within a time frame of a few millinia. Ergo, more diverse undercuts their claims, not those of science. :p

Henry

  
BWE



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(Permalink) Posted: July 18 2007,23:59   

I am an evilushonist and I think oxygen is simple.

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Who said that ev'ry wish would be heard and answered
When wished on the morning star
Somebody thought of that, and someone believed it
Look what it's done so far

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Arden Chatfield



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(Permalink) Posted: July 19 2007,00:04   

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I am an evilushonist and I think oxygen is simple.

No fooling. You breathe it, you live, you don't breathe it, you die. What's complicated?

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stevestory



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(Permalink) Posted: July 19 2007,00:09   

Since science slowly unravels the complexity of the world around us, the nitwits will always be able to say "reality is more complicated today than the scientists thought!"

   
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