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 [Science]  [/Creation] Science Creation (29) Evidence for Creationby Creation Evidence Museum Ages: 8+When you ask an evolutionist how they come up with the age of the sedimentary layers in the earth, they will always tell you they date them by the fossils found in those sedimentary layers. Then later on when you ask them how they come up with the age of the fossils, they then say their age is determined by which layer of rock they're found in. But how can that be? How can the rocks date the layers that also date the rocks? That's what's called "circular reasoning!" One minute they say the rock determines the age of the fossil, the next the fossil determines the age of the rock!? Subjects: resource, evotution, T-Rex, science, Biblical, Noah's Ark, scripture, plants, fish, fossils, space, Darwin, history, creation On Creation Science and the Alleged Decay of the Earth's Magnetic Fieldby Tim Thompson Ages: 12+There are two primary methods by which one can generate a mathematical description of the Earth's magnetic field, or any other field for that matter. One way, which I will call the physical model, is to derive the form of the field directly from the equations that govern the physical processes by which the field is generated. The other, which I will call the empirical model, is to use the known value of the field at some set of points, as a basis for guessing what the value would be, at points where no measurements were made.Subjects: article, NATO, Origin and Destiny of the Earth's Magnetic Field, Thomas G. Barnes, Carl Freidrich Gauss, statistical analysis, magnetic rocks, telluric currents