Creationism vs carbon dating


 · What is young earth creationism ? Does the Bible truly teach that the earth is young, only around 6-10,000 years old?

Most modern faiths have come to accept this yet, Greg, you claim that the universe and the earth were created in six days by God around 10,000 years ago.

Fred Hoyle authored the first two research papers ever published on the synthesis of the chemical elements heavier than helium by nuclear reactions in stars. The first of these [9] in 1946 showed that the cores of stars will evolve to temperatures of billions of degrees, much hotter than temperatures considered for thermonuclear origin of stellar power in main sequence stars. Hoyle showed that at such high temperatures the element iron can become much more abundant than other heavy elements owing to thermal equilibrium among nuclear particles, explaining the high natural abundance of iron. This idea would later be called the e Process. [10] Hoyle's second foundational nucleosynthesis publication [11] showed that the elements between carbon and iron cannot be synthesized by such equilibrium processes. Hoyle attributed those elements to specific nuclear fusion reactions between abundant constituents in concentric shells of evolved massive, pre-supernova stars. This startlingly modern picture is the accepted paradigm today for the supernova nucleosynthesis of these primary elements. In the mid 1950s, Hoyle became the leader of a group of very talented experimental and theoretical physicists who met in Cambridge: William Alfred Fowler , Margaret Burbidge , and Geoffrey Burbidge . This group systematized basic ideas of how all the chemical elements in our universe were created, with this now being a field called nucleosynthesis . Famously, in 1957, this group produced the B 2 FH paper (known for the initials of the four authors) in which the field of nucleosynthesis was organized into complementary nuclear processes. They also added much new material on the synthesis of heavy elements by neutron-capture reactions, the so-called s process and the r process . So influential did the B 2 FH paper become that for the remainder of the twentieth century it became the default citation of almost all researchers wishing to cite an accepted origin for nucleosynthesis theory, and as a result the path breaking Hoyle 1954 paper fell into obscurity. Historical research in the 21st century [12] [13] has brought Hoyle's 1954 paper back to scientific prominence. Those historical arguments were first presented to a gathering of nucleosynthesis experts attending a 2007 conference at Caltech organized after the deaths of both Fowler and Hoyle to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the publication of B 2 FH. Ironically the B 2 FH paper did not review Hoyle's 1954 supernova-shells attribution of the origin of elements between silicon and iron despite Hoyle's co authorship of B 2 FH. Based on his many personal discussions with Hoyle [14] Donald D. Clayton has attributed this seemingly inexplicable oversight in B 2 FH to the lack of proofreading by Hoyle of the draft composed at Caltech in 1956 by . Burbidge and . Burbidge. [15]


Creationism vs carbon dating

Creationism vs carbon dating



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