Radiodating techniques

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Also incuded are sections on Carbon and Potassium-Argon radiodating techniques.

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The time prior to 6,000 years ago is known as the prehistoric period."*Mark A. "In the last six thousand years, man has advanced far more rapidly than he did in the million or more years of his prehistoric existence."*Louise Eisman and *Charles Tanzer, Biology and Human Progress (1958), p. "The research in the development of the [radiocarbon] dating technique consisted of two stagesdating of samples from the historic and prehistoric epochs, respectively. There is little doubt that this was the case for the oldest civilization and the earliest cities: those of ancient Mesopotamia."*Robert M. Man, whom the evolutionists claim to have come into existence over a million years ago, is said to have "stopped evolving" 100,000 years ago.

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This discovery is the very opposite to that anticipated. Some may see it as 7,000 to 10,000 years, but the evidence points most distinctly toward a date of about 4000 B. The God of heaven created our world about 6,000 years ago. Isotopes of a particular element have the same number of protons in their nucleus, but different numbers of neutrons.This means that although they are very similar chemically, they have different masses.The records of ancient languages never go back beyond c. For example, the Japhetic peoples, listed in Genesis 10, traveled to Europe and India, where they became the so-called Aryan peoples. C.]."*Paul Thieme, "The Indo-European Language," in Scientific American, October 1958, p. Historical records constitute the only dating information we really have.These all use what we today call the Indo-European Language Family. Prior to the beginnings of history, which is only a few thousand years ago, we have only rocks, water, sky, and conjectures.It was expected that the more ancient the period, the more primitive would excavators find it to be, until traces of civilization ceased altogether and aboriginal man appeared.

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