The supporting details are based on study, briefer than I would like, done for this debate.Contrary to what is said about me on the net, I do understand the scientific method and can follow and evaluate the arguments.Bales Opening Statement In this argument, I'll stick to the evidence which indicates the earth has a young age.
These methods don't assign an exact age; the rates and initial conditions are not exactly known.
However, since the "young" and "old" age ranges differ by 5 1/2 orders of magnitude, it is easy to say which pieces of evidence favor which theory.
You’re either new to the sport of cycling or you’ve been riding for a few years, learning the ropes on an old aluminum frame that’s one season away from the dumpster.
You’ve been watching all the Spring classics, the Giro, the Vuelta, and the Tour taking notes on who’s riding what.
A couple of notes: for most of the arguments, I provide a background in case you or someone who reads the record is not familiar with the subject area.
I hope I don't tell you too much that you already know.
About 1950, Jan Ort of the Netherlands postulated a cloud of comets orbiting the sun far outside the planets.
Note that, although observed comet orbits are consistent with such a cloud, there is no direct evidence of its existence: the presence of the comet source is derived from the need for such a source in an old universe.
As a testament to the popularity of carbon, custom bike builders who made their name in steel are now crossing over to carbon.