Re: [asa] 10 Evidences for the Age of the Universe

From: David Clounch <david.clounch@gmail.com>
Date: Wed Apr 01 2009 - 14:41:36 EDT

My thought is yes, this should be a page on the ASA wiki.

On Wed, Apr 1, 2009 at 10:33 AM, Jon Tandy <tandyland@earthlink.net> wrote:

> I am putting together some summaries of scientific evidences, possibly as
> a PowerPoint, etc., as a quick summary of the most powerful evidences that
> need to be dealt with by any creation science theory that wants to take
> science seriously. Except for the first one, I don't have all the items
> identified, so I'm not sure what quantity that I'll end up with. For
> instance,
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> 10 Evidences for the Age of the Universe
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> 20 Evidences for the Age of the Earth
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> 20 Evidences against a Global Flood
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> 20 Evidences for the Fossil Record
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> 20 Evidences for Common Descent
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> 20 Evidences from Human History
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> For my "10 Evidences for the Age of the Universe", I have the following so
> far:
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> 1. Speed of Light distance to objects much further than 4000 light years
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> 2. Stellar Parallax using geometry to measure distance, independent of
> speed of light
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> 3. Size of Astronomical Objects another geometry issue, huge galaxies of
> billions of stars that appear to us only miniscule
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> 4. Star formation and death time and space required for life cycles of
> stars
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> 5. Detailed history of stellar events details of supernova explosions,
> etc., indicate real history over real time
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> 6. Light echoes from supernovas geometry of space from reflections of
> supernovas
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> 7. Redshift of Galaxies confirmation of expansion of the universe
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> 8. Cosmic Microwave Background Radiation confirmation of Big Bang theory
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> 9. Age of moon rocks radiometric dating of rocks from the moon
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> 10. Age of meteorites radiometric dating of meteorites agrees with moon
> and earth rocks
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> Any other thoughts?
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> Jon Tandy
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