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C14 in Soft Tissues of Dinosaur Bones Overthrows Darwino-Papist Worldview at Fox
With the recent announcement of soft tissue in off-the-shelf dinosaur bones (6/09/15, 6/10/15), complete with enriched carbon, the obvious question is: does any of it contain carbon-14? Because of the isotope’s short half-life (5,730 years), no C14 should be detectable after about 100,000 years. Finding measurable C14 in the bones would therefore invalidate the consensus belief that dinosaurs lived and died over 65 million years ago.
Secular paleontologists consider it a waste of time to test for C14 in dinosaur bone.
Measurable amounts of radiocarbon have been consistently detected within carbonaceous materials across Phanerozoic strata. Assuming these strata were largely deposited by the Noahic Flood occurring within the time range of radiocarbon’s detectability with modern equipment under uniformitarian assumptions, we hypothesized that fossils from all three erathems, including dinosaur fossils, should also contain measurable amounts of radiocarbon. Consistent with this hypothesis, we report detectable amounts of radiocarbon in all 16 of our samples. - See more at: http://crev.info/2015/06/c14-dinosaur-bone/#sthash.iaj0oUzy.dpuf
Museums are no dinosaur! Museums and new Instructional Resources.
We've all experienced the museum as a place to go as a member of an elementary class or on a stormy weekend day. In the internet age, museums have an audience far beyond those who walk through the doors. Museums have a long history of creating resources to help teachers plan a class visit and materials for students that extend their visit into the classroom and home.
In this show, we will explore a new generation of museums that provide rich experiences for learners that leverage the museums expertise and collections to extend their reach and impact on learners. We will hear how they plan and create those assets and discuss how they have or would like to work with publishers to increase the the reach and integration of their offerings into school practices.
Guests at the table:
1. Kris Wetterlund, Director of Education and Interpretation at Corning Museum of Glass
2. Dr. Marjee Chmiel, Associate Director of Curriculum and Communications at Smithsonian Science Education Center
3. Melissa Wadman, Manager of Program Evaluation at the Smithsonian Center for Learning and Digital Access
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HOT TOPIC: WHAT Part of your life do you make declartions? DO YOU DECLARE WHAT WILL BE OR YOU JUST GO WITH THE FLOW? What Powerful Declarations did you make share the breaktrough on air!
Denver-area guy Tom Ley from Deadspin joins the Jason Hirsh Memorial Edition of the PDP. We'll chat about what it's like to be a Rockies fan working at a national media enterprise plus Coors Field memories, and more.
With the Rockies hitting the road to Miami and Houston, could Jon Gray's debut come on this trip? We discuss in-depth and also review what Eddie Butler's demotion to Albuquerque means.
Plus, for the first time this season, we take your questions for #AskPDP. All that and more on Episode 48!
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In this episode redo, we will look at the fearsome sea lizards, the mosasaurs! Plus, three important news stories, a new director for the MEG movie, and Greg has got us a great book recommendation. Our PFW is a Cretaceous equal to the polar bear, and to top it all off with a battle between reptilian collossi. XD We will be taking calls around 7:20-7:30 pm EST.
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World Footprints takes you on a unique journey as we explore the life and work of a paleontologist. We'll travel through Montana’s Missouri River Country to search for dinosaur bones and we'll spend time to pan for gold. First, we’ll go in search of Carl the Dinosaur with the help of Dave Trexler and Sue Frary of the Great Plains Dinosaur Museum and Field Station as they take us digging for dinosaur bones. We’ll introduce you to Brenda Koss, whose family-owned ranch has produced some major dinosaur fossils, including one discovered by her daughter Kennedy. Then it’s off to Zortman, an interesting gold rush era town nestled in Montana’s Little Rocky Mountains that’s filled with lot of character and characters alike, and we’ll learn about this quirky place from one of the town’s resident entrepreneurs, John Kalal.
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There is a lot of research going on today. Some of the research has a true purpose, some of it does not. For example scientists are saying that within the next 5 to 10 years they will be able to produce a dinosaur. Why do we need dinosaurs? What can making a dinosaur do to advance civilization? Where is the benefit in making dinosaurs? Are we planning on making them the new weapon of mass destruction? they would definitely be biological in nature.
There is value in cancer research and learning how to improve our daily lives. I believe in space exploration but the need is becoming more real on a daily basis as we continue to destroy this planet. We need to enjoy the beauty of our world and find ways to make it better.
People are a great natural resource but they have not learned to be good care givers of the planet. You don't have to be rich to be a good caretaker all you have to do is take care of the planet on a daily basis.
Science is a tool which can be used for good or evil. Science for the sake of science is dangerous especially when we ignore the creator.
We need to reign in science that seems to be running amok and not let them go unchecked.
Join the global family of YAHUWAH as we come together for THE 7TH FINAL OF THE 7 DECLARATIONS OF BECOMING: AFFIRMING YOUR ORIGINS OF ALHHIM. Schmuel Wahli, of Bet Hashem Midrash, leads the teaching tonight on this 15th day of the 3rd moon of Zebuwlan. Much wisdom (chochmah), knowledge (Daat) and Under/overstanding (Biyinah) to be gained as we learn of the meanings and numbers associated with the Paleo Hebrew letters.
Today's show will focus on exposing a lot of false teaching going on in the modern day church!
These wack pastors can only get away with this stuff because Christians are too lazy to read the Word of God.
The Word of Truth is their ONLY DEFENSE and they don't know it!
Many church leaders are making declarations, predictions, educated guesses, prophesies and out-and-out LIES about "hoes not being loyal," twerking in the name of Jesus, receiving financial blessings,
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