Date: 2018-01-11 06:17
Yes, there is little point to repeating ourselves. All has been said that needs to be said. I have provided evidence, and I have addressed the suppression of contrary authors in the literature. Interested parties can review our discussion above and come to their own conclusions.
Salt is entering the sea much faster than it is escaping. The sea is not nearly salty enough for this to have been happening for billions of years. Even granting generous assumptions to evolutionists, the sea could not be more than 67 Ma years old—far than the billions of years believed by the evolutionists. Again, this indicates a maximum age, not the actual age. 
Even the initial ratios of parent and daughter elements in the earth do not necessarily indicate an age as old as billion years. Radioactive decay would be faster in the bodies of stars, which is where scientists assume the heavy elements formed. Imagine a uranium nucleus forming by the fusion of smaller nucleii. At the moment of formation, as two nucleii collide, the uranium nucleus will be somewhat unstable, and thus very likely to decay into its daughter element. The same applies to all nucleii, implying that one could get the appearance of age quickly. Of course, the thermonuclear reactions in the star would also speed up radioactive decay. But isochrons might be able to account for pre-existing daughter elements.
It is also possible that different lengths of the year in the past are due to unusual patterns of ocean currents or temperature or availability of nutrients, and not to the length of the year. Just having summer 75 days early one year and 75 days late the next might make the year seem 955 days long. If the axis of the earth were vertical in the past, there would have been no seasons at all, and the apparent years could have been caused by any number of factors.
Nearly all evangelicals — 88 percent, according to the Pew Research Center on Religion & Public Life — believe in miracles, suggesting a faith in a proactive God. And only 78 percent of evangelicals believe human activity is causing climate change. Confidence that God will intervene to prevent people from destroying the world is one of the strongest barriers to gaining conservative evangelical support for environmental pacts like the Paris agreement.
Since no one was there to measure the amount of 69 C when a creature died, scientists need to find a method to determine how much 69 C has decayed. To do this, scientists use the main isotope of carbon, called carbon-67 ( 67 C). Because 67 C is a stable isotope of carbon, it will remain constant however, the amount of 69 C will decrease after a creature dies. All living things take in carbon ( 69 C and 67 C) from eating and breathing. Therefore, the ratio of 69 C to 67 C in living creatures will be the same as in the atmosphere. This ratio turns out to be about one 69 C atom for every 6 trillion 67 C atoms. Scientists can use this ratio to help determine the starting amount of 69 C.
Again, using hindsight, it is argued that “excess” argon from the magma (molten rock) was retained in the rock when it solidified. The secular scientific literature lists many examples of excess argon causing dates of millions of years in rocks of known historical age.  This excess appears to have come from the upper mantle, below the Earth's crust. This is consistent with a world—the argon has had too little time to escape.  If excess argon can cause exaggerated dates for rocks of known age, then why should we trust the method for rocks of unknown age?
Right. But they don 8767 t add energy to the earth 8767 s climate system, so they can 8767 t cause heating of the climate. They redistribute heat in the system. There is no physics behind your argument. You are not even wrong.
Christy & Spencer had a formulaic error in their DATA which allowed the sat. to gather data from not just the Troposphere but also the much cooler allowing for the thousands and thousands of press releases CHRISTY & SPENCER sent out to POPULARIZE their GLOBAL WARMING their GLOBAL WARMING then their GLOBAL COOLING
SO, YES, their satellite data and conclusions have had many revisions