Posted: 06 May 2009 09:29 AM PDT
(10 votes - 4 comments - 143 views)
This is the second part of the Noah's Flood debunk. I'm only showing two aspects of this myth which blow it out of the water (pardon the pun) -- sedimentary rock formations and the sorting of fossils. These are the only things creationists not only cannot explain, they don't even try to explain them. I know this sounds like I'm debunking Jack and the beanstalk or Little Red Riding Hood, but 65 per cent of Americans really believe a global flood actually happened.
the continuation of this sift:
Posted: 06 May 2009 08:34 AM PDT
Posted: 06 May 2009 06:48 AM PDT
(13 votes - 3 comments - 151 views)
Posted: 06 May 2009 06:06 AM PDT
Posted: 06 May 2009 02:03 AM PDT
Traditional concrete is brittle and is easily fractured during an earthquake or by overuse. By contrast, the new concrete composite can bend into a U-shape without breaking. When strained, the material forms hairline cracks, which auto-seal after a few days of light rain. The flexible material is just as strong after it heals
Posted: 05 May 2009 11:02 PM PDT
(10 votes - 2 comments - 177 views)
ca. 13 mins.
Posted: 05 May 2009 10:20 PM PDT
A second fly-by of Mercury in October 2008 by the U.S. space probe MESSENGER has revealed the Solar System's smallest planet to be far more active than previously thought, four studies have found.
Posted: 05 May 2009 08:50 PM PDT
The largest and most ambitious tornado study in history will begin next week, as dozens of scientists deploy radars and other ground-based instruments across the Great Plains to gain a better understanding of these often-deadly weather events.
Posted: 05 May 2009 07:08 PM PDT
Posted: 05 May 2009 06:23 PM PDT
Tom Shannon shows off his gravity-defying, otherworldly sculpture -- made of simple, earthly materials -- that floats and spins like planets on magnets and suspension wire. It's science-inspired art at its most heavenly.
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