Comment on Creationist students find little support from LSU by Mark Houston.
@Eddie: Most scientists’ answer “to where did all the matter and energy come from?” is “I don’t know”. Science is not so much about knowing but about trying to figure out more and more. And Genesis 1:1 does not really give too many details about the early universe.
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Creationist students find little support from LSU
@Pastor Randy Brehms: “Evolutionists” in the strict sense are usually biologists who have nothing to say about the Big Bang(!) – and why should (the theory of biological) evolution explain where matter came from in the first place? The problem is: there IS overwhelming evidence that the earth is *way* older than 6000 years and (to my knowledge) no serious evidence to the contrary. Ironically the widely (not universally to my knowledge) accepted model of primordial nucleosynthesis (“where did the early heavy atomic nuclei come from?”) indicates that the very fabric physics (and the universe) is made of was woven by a designer.
Besides, the accelerator in Switzerland is not a linear one.
The reason why it was built was to look a little deeper into the aforementioned fabric. Besides I like the idea of spending some billions of dollars/euros for a multi-national and completely peaceful project.
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Excuse me, but have you studied the full extent of Walter Veith’s “lectures”? He is an embarrassment (my favorite lecture unearths a conspiracy somehow connected to the “fact” that every American president since Abe Lincoln or so is the descendant from some royal European bloodline). Why does his name turn up here again and again?
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I hope you realize that camels are perfectly adapted (or created- doesn’t matter) to a post fall (are probably post flood) environment.
The strong nuclear force is the one you see released during a fusion reaction.
…No no no – ouch! The strong nuclear force is *not* “released” during a fusion reaction (or at any other time) – this quote is a clear demonstration of a significant lack of physical knowledge (to put it in friendly terms).
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@David: If you call the strong nuclear force “god” it would only be fair to give that name to electromagnetism, gravity and the weak nuclear force, too. But, whichever naming scheme you choose, this seems a bit pantheistic.
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A sudden extreme cold snap is not necessarily related with a cold period causing glaciers to extend down south to Illinois. If all frozen mammoths really died quite exactly at the same time, they all should give the same age when dated with whatever method available. Even if the absolute age was off, the same “radiometric” age for all the mammoths we’re talking about would support your theory.