Carbon dating disprove bible
The knowledge lets us be sure of when the next eclipse is coming, but it also confirms that scientists are looking in the right direction when it comes to understanding how our planet moves through the universe.
Atomic clocks have shown that we’ve added about 1.7 milliseconds to the day over the course of the past century, a rate that’s held fairly steady recently.The researchers began with the Biblical passage, one translation of which reads: “And the Sun stood still, and the Moon stopped, until the nation took vengeance on their enemies.” This has been interpreted, though controversially, in the past as a description of a total solar eclipse, but there’s one problem — eclipse models show us that none happened in that area at the time.That analysis is missing a critical bit of context, though, say the researchers in a paper published in .You may have heard of this as scientists recently made the bold claim in the news that they have figured out how the matter collided and what took place during this time. The holy grail of evolution, Berkley, actually makes the statement, "These are the things that we believe to have taken place." Now, they said they believe it to have taken place, but they cannot present it as fact or they would have said, "These are the things that without question took place." They can't do it. We want to know for sure about things and when we prove, or think we prove, something, then we believe it. Science can't prove or disprove god, and since there is no worldly answer, people either don't believe, or they believe, but only parts of the Bible and then place scientific "evidence" in for the rest.The big-bang theory states that two objects collided and caused such an explosion that it dispersed matter and objects over the entire universe that over billions of years formed our solar system and earth as we know it. When someone presents it and some others agree, they can argue their point and get it presented as fact because that is the best explanation for things that man can come up with at that moment. This is evident in the creation of the earth, the flood, Jonah and the whale, and even Jesus.