Prove anything you say is true Sot.
Why hold me to a higher standard of proof than you hold yourself?
But, hmm, that is a simple enough challenge, I may as well meet it.
Sotek, earlier in this thread wrote:
I've seen someone claim a study proving the Earth could only be a few thousand years old, going by mineral accumulation rates.
The only problem is that the study actually proves the earth to be fourteen years, if the reasoning's valid.
Well, the original claim of this can be found in a book by Henry Morris, entiteld Scientific Creationism
, published in 1974, on pages 153-155; you can verify this if you wish.
The original study was published in Chemical Oceanography
in 1965, and displayed the "residency times" of minerals in the ocean, calculated by dividing the amount of those minerals in the ocean by the rate at which they came in from rivers; you can again verify this if you wish.
Now, "fourteen years" is a mistake; whoops. Aluminum only "proves" the Earth to be 100 years old, going by the study and reasoning; again, you can verify this by looking up the study.
There. I've proved something I said, albeit containing a mistake due to faulty memory which I have now corrected.
You care to disprove something I've said?