Quote# 9086

The earth is NOT 4 billion years old. Neither is the universe. Give it up. All methods of dating presuppose conditions of autocreation that could not have ever happened. The universe was created with radiation levels more or less where they are today. If you created Bullshittium yesterday with a radiation level of 10 kornturds, and a radiation level of 10 kornturds indicates that Bullshittium is at 80% of its effective life, it doesn't mean you didn't create it yesterday. When your caculations asssume a process that has no relation to what happened, then your calculations have no chance of being accurate.

Nutrider99, Free Conservatives 22 Comments [1/17/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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I was created last Thursday by a flying spaghetti monster. Go on, try and disprove it.

1/18/2006 4:31:42 AM

Jeremy PC


1/18/2006 5:47:54 AM


Funny, he even managed to get the bit about radiation level wrong - it's not the amount of radiation, but the relative amounts of the parent isotope and decay product, that matter.

All that is needed for radiometric dating to work is that 1) the sample doesn't pick up any extra of the parent or decay product or lose any somewhere along the line, and 2) the laws of physics don't and haven't changed at random.

1/18/2006 5:58:50 AM


Oh that made me laugh.

It's true though - 4.55 billions years for the Earth and 13.7 billion years for the Universe.

He also admitted scientists are Gods!


1/18/2006 6:00:47 AM


Not to mention what does this guy know about 'dating'?

1/18/2006 6:02:37 AM

Kimball Khan

Yes, but in this \"isotope\" that you just made up, today it would have a \"radiation level\" of say 8 \"kornturds\" indicating that some of the \"bullshittium\" has decayed into Nutrider99-is-a-moron-ium, indicating that it is older than it was yesterday.

1/18/2006 6:55:14 AM


Uh-oh! Someone's been skimming the Wikipedia entry on radiation!

1/18/2006 9:01:31 AM

The Last Conformist

The appropriately named *Nut*rider99 is just another omphalist. Move on. Nothing to see here.

1/18/2006 1:36:41 PM

King Spirula

Hey Testiclerider,
I can assure you that Bullshittium has indeed been created thanks continuing decay of Ignorantium found in the brains of creationists.

1/18/2006 5:17:36 PM


I had forgotten how much I loved this guy.

1/18/2006 11:33:36 PM


I can't believe he's still using that username.

1/19/2006 9:19:10 PM

Darth Wang

It would be hilarious if he got banned because of his name.

1/20/2006 5:39:30 PM

Mr. Turquoise

Thanks Nutrider99, I needed a good chuckle. It's been a while since I've seen so many misconceptions strung together so incoherently.

Mr. Turquoise

1/23/2006 10:49:25 AM


Is the speed of light constant?
Just a little science question - exrapolate your own \"Bullshitims\" in respnse, please.

1/27/2006 1:02:55 AM


Eh? What's that sonny? You're spoutin' bullshit again!

7/29/2011 6:21:04 PM


Bullshittium was created about two thousand years ago. You call it christianity.

The earth, on the other hand, is not 4 billion years old. It's closer to four and a half billion years old.

7/30/2011 1:03:12 AM

Sentry Gun

You seem to know an awful lot about Bullshitium.

12/14/2011 11:52:20 PM

Quantum Mechanic

Fail everything much?

Make up some more shit, looney tunes, I need the laughs.

4/6/2012 12:20:10 AM

Earth is approximately 4.5 billion years old.

The sun is very slightly older.

There are multiple lines of evidence that have been used independently to correlate the age of the planet and the sun and the antiquity of life. For the last few decades, the vast majority of scientists working in various disciplines have agreed on that age. To date, no solid evidence has surfaced to put that age in dispute.

The universe is presently thought to be approximately 13.7 billion years in age. There are also multiple lines of evidence that have lead to this conclusion. While the age of the universe has been a matter of debate far more recently than the age of the Earth, no one has seriously claimed that the age of the universe is less than the Earth's age.

Your argument is nothing more than a rehash of Philip Henry Gosse's Omphalos argument. If you take the Omphalos argument as true, then there's no conceivable way that you can prove that the universe is older than sometime last Thursday, yesterday, or ten seconds ago, since you have no reliable way of proving when the false history began. It is flatly impossible to test for your hypothesis in any meaningful way. It also assumes that the Creator is lying. I do not believe that was your intent.

4/6/2012 3:22:04 PM


Thanks, but the religious have already created more than enough Bullshitium to keep us going for the next 4 billion years.

4/6/2012 11:15:00 PM

Philbert McAdamia

When your caculations asssume a process that has no relation to what happened, then your calculations have no chance of being accurate.

Oh, do you mean like using the begats to come up with 6,000 years?

4/7/2012 12:11:06 AM

And all creation stories assume magic!

10/18/2012 12:26:51 AM

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