Chronologies & Dating Methods
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The way geophysical dates are assigned is not as certain as it sounds, and it's possible that the actual dates were different — maybe very different.
'13-11-05, 00:14
St. Louis area

Why Conventional Geochronology Is Surely Wrong

1. Dinosaur bones are C14 dated to 22,000 to 40,000 years ago (See http://newgeology.us/Dinosaur%20bones%20dated%20by%20Carbon-14.pdf),

whereas conventional dating dates the rock strata of dinosaur bones to 65 million to 240 million years ago.

2. Sedimentology.fr shows that flooding causes many layers of strata to form all at once,

whereas conventional geology assumes that each stratum was laid down over thousands of years one after another, bottom to top.

Lack of erosion between conforming strata show that very little time could have occurred between strata deposition.

And positions of many fossils show that many of them were held in place by sediment before they died, since their bodies did not take their normal positions after death. Many were pressed to a very thin thickness (See Ian Taylor, "In the Minds of Men").

3. Radioactive decay rates can change greatly under catastrophic conditions (See http://www.thunderbolts.info/forum/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=2992&start=30#p70016), but C14 dating is likely more reliable than other radioactive dating methods,

whereas conventional geology assumes that radioactive decay rates never change under any conditions and thus are reliable indicators of age.

4.The ancient peoples worldwide seem to have all agreed that Saturn was originally the only object in the sky and it only glowed dimly and the Sun and other planets were not seen until Saturn flared up catastrophically, 9,000 to 15,000 years ago (See http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t7EAlTcZFwY),

whereas conventional astronomy assumes that the solar system has been like it is now for billions of years.

'13-11-05, 03:07
St. Louis area


I see that Mike Fisher has added some material to his site to help date geochronology at http://www.newgeology.us/presentation30.html

I read most of it and it seems to have rather credible reasoning. So I'll see if I can gather most of the elements of his theory as well as those from Cardona's theory at http://www.thunderbolts.info/forum/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=10&t=3824 and parts of Walter Brown's theory, especially on mammoths, the Grand Canyon and radioactive decay at http://creationscience.com/onlinebook , and possibly some of Jno Cook's material at http://saturniancosmology.org .

'13-11-05, 03:18
St. Louis area

Supercontinent Formation & Great Flood?

I'll compare Fisher's and Cardona's timelines and data etc for this.

Ted Holden shows that large dinosaurs could not have lived on land under current gravity and flying dinosaurs could not have flown in current conditions at http://www.bearfabrique.org/Catastrophism/sauropods/biganims.html . Earth may have rotated much faster, reducing gravity by centrifugal force, or the air may have been thicker, or Earth may have had weaker gravity.

Evidence of Dinosaurs and Man Together in South Carolina http://www.carewinnipeg.com/articles/15-creation-evidences/45-evidence-of-dinosaurs-and-man-together-in-south-carolina

Dinosaur Extinction 22,000 BP

Mike Fisher's data: http://newgeology.us/Dinosaur%20bones%20dated%20by%20Carbon-14.pdf

Shock Dynamics Impact & Supercontinent Breakup?

I'll compare Fisher's and Cardona's timelines and data etc for this too.

Mammoth Extinction 8,000 to 10,000 BP

By sequencing ancient mitochondrial DNA from soil samples and dating the soil,  Haile and his colleagues concluded that both mammoths and ancient horse species were still grazing Alaskan meadows some 7600 to 10,500 years ago - http://heatherpringle.com/tag/megafauna-extinction/

Saturn System Breakup 4,500 BP

Dwardu Cardona's theory: http://www.thunderbolts.info/forum/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=10&t=3824

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