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Manganese Nodules and the Age of the Ocean

Many secular scientists extrapolate current seafloor sediment deposit rates. They then publish Earth age assignments of millions of years. Are they following the scientific method? How do manganese nodules present problems for old-Earth proponents? Does evidence line up with recent creation and the global Genesis Flood?

 

Other episodes in this series:

Does the “God Particle” Prove the Big Bang?

Our Young Universe

The Big Bang Is Broken

The Scientific Method

                  
 

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