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An Experiment to Irrefutably Prove that Earth is Young and The Flood was real.

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  • An Experiment to Irrefutably Prove that Earth is Young and The Flood was real.

    Tyson, Krauss and lots of other trolls-for-Satan like to sneer at GOD and claim Earth is ancient and the flood account is just a mythic tale of a small local flood.
    One irrefutable experiment that will prove the accuracy of the Bible is this-
    Get a large glass enclosure like a flat roof greenhouse with really good sealing so no air or water can enter or leave.
    Make the greenhouse a cube say 20 feet by 20 feet and about 20 feet high. Cubes is generally as high as wide and long?
    Make the base of solid material like say a 3 inch thick slab of concrete mixed with a high proportion of iron powder.
    Stand it on an enclosed brick cavity about 2 feet high. In the cavity put a source of heat - gas or electric easily controllable.
    Now inside add a layer of about 2 feet of mixed rocks crushed to say 3-5 inches with a few about 12 inches square.
    Now over one half of the rock add a layer of about 2 feet of sterilised soil mixture dug from the subsoil about 12 inches deep in a typical pasture field.
    Over other half of rocks add a 2 feet layer of washed sharp sand and fine gravel up to about 4mm across. Sharp sand and gravel is from a quarry and each grain has sharp corners and edges unlike river sand and grit which is all rounded smooth..
    Next add a 12 inch layer of a sterilised mixture 50% dried and ground cow manure and 50% sterilised topsoil from a pasture.
    Now add a 2 inch layer of fine ash or crushed chalk about 1-3mm across. Spread this over all the ssoil manure mix.
    Against the walls prop a few pieces of hard marble and granite such as gravestones are fashioned from. Make the pieces about 3 feet tall and about 12 inches wide to represent walls.
    On top of the soil lay some pieces of the same granite and marble and some sandstone and a couple of house bricks and chunks of broken concrete.
    Cut up a small branch off a deciduous and a coniferous tree and scatter bits and twigs over the topsoil.
    Next get a mixture of common garden grasses, flowers and weeds including some ivy or others that creep up stones. Add some spores of mosses and lichens. Add a few dwarf apple and pear trees. Sprinkle over the soil and stones.
    Plant a couple of each dwarf apple and pear trees.
    So there is: an brick enclosure containing heaters.
    Then the slab of irony concrete.
    Then the walls and roof of the greenhouse?
    On the slab is crushed rocks.
    On one side of the rocks is sharp sand and other side has sterilised soil.
    Next is layer of ash or crushed chalk or limestone.
    Top is covered with soil and manure mix. Sticks are scattered about.
    Small trees have been planted here and there.
    Marble and granite slabs are laid flat and propped against walls.
    Seed mix is sprinkled over everything.
    Then spray a fine spray of 67 cubic feet of water all over and allow it to soak in.
    Lastly add about 30 common earthworms of different kinds and sizes as could be found in a typical temperate garden such as here in UK where the moist climate is close to the Garden of Eden.
    Keep the door open for 48 hours but screened with very fine mesh that only allows spores through.
    Now close the door and seal very carefully to lock moisture in and keep all insects out.
    The seeds will all germinate in their times and manners and grow to flower or just be creepers or non-flowering. First leaf covers will fall off and begin to rot. Later petals and seeds will fall and rot or germinate.
    The worms will spend a day or two tunnelling about and settling in and then will begin feeding on the manures. Every day or so they will come to the surface and excrete droppings of very fine soil particles or grit particles that are still almost as shrp edged as when laid down.
    After say one year the grases, flowers and trees will all have grown and perhaps died and droppoed petals, leaves and seed and fruit.
    All this dropped and dead material will have been eaten by the worms and taken down into the soil.
    The worms will each day or so deposit fine piles of excrement which will be mostly fine soil particles with grit that is slightly rounded off.
    During the year no extra water must be added and only the original air is enclosed and is refreshed by the action of the vegetation.
    After ten years enter with a spade and make a careful sharp sided hole right down to the crushed rock.
    What will be apparent is that the last layer of ash or chalk now has a covering of black rich topsoil containing manmy worms and plant roots.
    The thickness of this topsoil is that made by worms and can be measrued and found to have been created at a certain rate per year. Darwin said one inch per five years.
    The granite and marble slabs will have creepers and ivy growing over them and it will be found that the roots have dissolved the surface to a slight degree.
    This experiment will mimic conditions that Adam and Eve lived in.
    Extrapolta ethe one inch per five years and if Earth was old there should be great dpeths of topsoil everywhere.
    In fact much of Earth is bare bedrock.
    This tells us that Earth is young and The Flood washed all the existing topsoil off and the climate has not allowed worms and roots to build new topsoil.
    Worms are more precise than radiocarbon and similar dating!





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    Wow, Nobel prize yet?

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Jonahdog View Post
      Wow, Nobel prize yet?
      There'd have to be a new category wouldn't there?

      Well this is fun isn't it?

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      • #4
        Make the greenhouse a cube say 20 feet by 20 feet and about 20 feet high. Cubes is generally as high as wide and long?

        Generally??? Ugh, there goes that Nobel

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Jonahdog View Post
          Make the greenhouse a cube say 20 feet by 20 feet and about 20 feet high. Cubes is generally as high as wide and long?

          Generally??? Ugh, there goes that Nobel
          To who or where though?
          Well this is fun isn't it?

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Jonahdog View Post
            Wow, Nobel prize yet?
            Not yet. Nobel committee is pople like you. They prefer bigbang and Thunberg nonsense.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Jonahdog View Post
              Make the greenhouse a cube say 20 feet by 20 feet and about 20 feet high. Cubes is generally as high as wide and long?

              Generally??? Ugh, there goes that Nobel
              You obviously do not understand English humour?
              You also missed my 'is'?

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Arthur Brain View Post

                To who or where though?
                But HalfaBrain...can you think through the experiment?
                I did writ it as simples as I could.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by WYRose View Post

                  But HalfaBrain...can you think through the experiment?
                  I did writ it as simples as I could.
                  Well, there was no need to spell out the obvious joke username but hey, good for you I guess.

                  all the fun of the fair etc...
                  Well this is fun isn't it?

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Arthur Brain View Post

                    Well, there was no need to spell out the obvious joke username but hey, good for you I guess.

                    all the fun of the fair etc...
                    Your a legend in your own eyes and the eyes of other TOL legends?

                    I suppose you think all you dead ancestors floated off to heaven ?

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by WYRose View Post

                      Your a legend in your own eyes and the eyes of other TOL legends?

                      I suppose you think all you dead ancestors floated off to heaven ?
                      Well, no and...no...

                      You automatically get the "legend" status after so many years and posts on here.
                      Well this is fun isn't it?

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Jonahdog View Post
                        Make the greenhouse a cube say 20 feet by 20 feet and about 20 feet high. Cubes is generally as high as wide and long?

                        Generally??? Ugh, there goes that Nobel
                        Do you deny that cubes are generally as high as they are wide and long?
                        All my ancestors are human.
                        PS: All your ancestors are human.
                        PPS: To all you cats, dogs, monkeys, and other assorted house pets whose masters are outsourcing the task of TOL post-writing to you (we know who you are )– you may disregard the PS.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Arthur Brain View Post

                          To who [sic] or where though?
                          Apparently not to you--at least, not the literary one. I guess you'll just have to make do with your "TOL Legend" honour.
                          All my ancestors are human.
                          PS: All your ancestors are human.
                          PPS: To all you cats, dogs, monkeys, and other assorted house pets whose masters are outsourcing the task of TOL post-writing to you (we know who you are )– you may disregard the PS.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by 7djengo7 View Post

                            Apparently not to you--at least, not the literary one. I guess you'll just have to make do with your "TOL Legend" honour.
                            The latter's hardly an "honour" and I'm not writing a thesis on here, so where it comes to "who & whom" and whatnot, who cares?
                            Well this is fun isn't it?

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Arthur Brain View Post

                              The latter's hardly an "honour" and I'm not writing a thesis on here, so where it comes to "who & whom" and whatnot, who cares?
                              Hehe. Relax, Art--you know I like ya.
                              All my ancestors are human.
                              PS: All your ancestors are human.
                              PPS: To all you cats, dogs, monkeys, and other assorted house pets whose masters are outsourcing the task of TOL post-writing to you (we know who you are )– you may disregard the PS.

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