Discussion in 'Earth Science' started by IceAgeCivilizations, Apr 16, 2007.
There are many more than 20, how naive of you!
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Okay, maybe 30.
Hey Zogbee, why don't you poll them?
Here's another of Baumgardner's findings: "Using a simplified version of GEMLAB, Bunge, Baumgardner and their colleagues were able to show that it takes about 150 million years for plate material to travel from the surface to the mantle-core boundary."
So, IAC. That 150 MILLION YEARS, a bit longer than you were expecting?
They were obviously not using the template of Baumgardner's model, as he believes the GFM (his term) and the roughly 6,000 year old Earth and Universe.
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Very nice, Benauld. LOL, the GFM problems just keep flowing in.
Just ask him.
He works at the Institute for Creation Research now.
As my boy Greg Neyman has pointed out on various occasions on his website, the Flood Model advocates are constantly contradicting each other with all their different, absurd Flood Hypotheses. It's great to watch all the arguments crumble to the ground like a house of cards.
The Institute for Creation Research. I think that says it all.
Why has Neyman failed to show up here?
Well duh, he worked up his runaway plate tectonic model at Los Alamos.
I contacted him by email, and he said he would probably get on here and debate. But it took him about a week and a half to respond to my first email since he gets overflooded with emails on a daily basis. I can understand.
In any case, he has registered on the site by the username: GNeyman.
IAC, it takes 6000 light years to get from here to a region of space known as W3 in the Perseus arm, which is part of the Milky Way. So, if it takes that long for light to travel that distance, how is it that we see light from other, more distant galaxies.
Optical illusion maybe?
I originally gave him the wrong link to the thread we were debating on (The Noah's Ark one) and he couldn't find the actual debate. So he was never able to really see where the argument was.
I replied to his reply and gave him the correct thread, and have been waiting for about a week for a response.
Gravitational Time Dilation action.
Get out of here! You're just stringing random words together...
No, it's true.
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