Radiocarbon dating verifies ancient Egypt's history

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PostThu Jun 17, 2010 9:48 pm » by Emeraldtruth


Hi Slushpup, thanks for posting this.

The sentence that struck me most though wasn't specific to Egypt.
It was "Previously radiocarbon hasn't had a voice on this because the errors had been so great".
I recall one world renowned archaeologist who dated things. 25 years as an esteemed scholar later, it was shown he couldn't even work the machines to test dates.

In that regard, I've spent hours today checking into archaeological anomalies.
An improved method for accuracy in rock dating is needed next.
Currently the margin of error is estimated at 10% but I think really perhaps more.

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PostThu Jun 17, 2010 10:01 pm » by Emeraldtruth


I intended to elaborate more on
Previously radiocarbon hasn't had a voice on this because the errors had been so great.

Creationists will love that sentence.
A lot of what I read today revolved around religion, particularly creationism, vs. evolution.
I'm quite open minded and to that end am reading a book on evolution atm.

I must say though, in my current conclusion, there is a lot of info that I read that shows creationists have a reason to believe otherwise.
Some shit don't fit!

Particularly footprints in rock.
And don't tell me it's time travelling nazis :wink:

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PostFri Jun 18, 2010 3:41 am » by Slowlyawakening


Yea, I'd believe the Bible if it said the Earth was round and revolved around the Sun. But it doesn't....

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PostFri Jun 18, 2010 3:57 am » by Emeraldtruth


Slowlyawakening,
I'm no Christian missionary.
If I was, perhaps your response would make sense.
The bible?
Flat earth??
Gallileo was persecuted by the Catholic church.
For knowledge that was known elsewhere.
Fine, your point?

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PostFri Jun 18, 2010 3:58 am » by Rogerrabbit


slowlyawakening wrote:Yea, I'd believe the Bible if it said the Earth was round and revolved around the Sun. But it doesn't....



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PostFri Jun 18, 2010 4:05 am » by Purplepanther


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PostFri Jun 18, 2010 4:12 am » by Emeraldtruth


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