Geochronometers and radio carbon dating

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This means that long-term thermodynamic processes in the ocean essentially “drive” those in the atmosphere.For example, the current concern about is focused on changes in the temperature of the atmosphere caused by measured increases in carbon dioxide over approximately the past 50 years.But, in today’s skeptical culture in which many deny the existence of God or question his declarations in Scripture that He created the atmosphere on the second day of Creation and the ocean on the third day just a few thousand years ago, it is not enough to refer to beauty and design as evidence of His creative power and refer to the Bible as the record of His activities.Many now demand that independent evidence of a recent origin must be gleaned from the ocean and atmosphere directly to validate what Scripture says.Fortunately, a resurgence of quality research grounded on Biblical revelation has developed over the last twenty years or so.A number of Ph D scientists with training in the atmosphere and ocean sciences and committed to a young earth have devoted full and part-time efforts to understanding processes which reveal estimates of rates and timing.This temperature estimate is based on numerous methods including climate models and various paleothermometers (estimates of historical temperatures from proxy variables).However, the primary justification for this estimate is derived from sea-floor sediment data (Vardiman, 1996).

For example, during the day, blue light is selectively scattered by the atmosphere to form a beautiful, blue canopy of light.

They stated, “Earth is like a Christmas tree ornament hung in space.” What makes the earth so beautiful?

The interplay between the light from the Sun and the white, blue, green, and brown colors from the Earth which produce incredible vistas from mountain tops and space.

Modeling studies assume the increase in concentration of carbon dioxide since 1958 will lead to an increase in the average global temperature of some 10 F over the next 100 years.

Such a large increase in average temperature would be of concern if it were to happen.

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