Carbon dating inaccuracy error fallacy
That’s a far cry from the extremism of the National Assessment.
The second bit of missing information is sufficient to invalidate most of the Assessment’s predictions. The vertical axis is height (as measured by barometric pressure) and the horizontal axis is temperature change, in degrees C per decade.
The first issue I will address is a question that I posed at the end of the last part in this series. If you are unsure as to what these are, the Dead Sea Scrolls “have been called the greatest manuscript discovery of modern times.
It was the following: Quite a valid question, in fact, many people ask it today. They were discovered between 19 in eleven caves along the northwest shore of the Dead Sea.
The part of interest to us here are the biblical sections.
The discover of the Dead Sea Scrolls gave us 19 fragments of Isaiah, 25 fragments of Deuteronomy, and 30 fragments of Psalms.
The Essenes were strictly observant Jewish scribes.
The library appears to have been hidden away in caves around the outbreak of the First Jewish Revolt (66-70 AD) as the Roman army advanced against the Jews.” (Niles) The scrolls have been separated into biblical and non-biblical categories.
If there is something big that is systematically wrong with them, then the projections aren’t worth making or believing.The squares are the average of the three extant datasets for satellite-sensed global temperatures in the same zone, the circles are the average of the four weather balloon records, and the diamonds are the fancy new “reanalysis” data, which uses a physical model to compensate for the fact that not all three-dimensional “soundings” of the atmosphere are from the same stations every day.The difference between the predicted changes and observed is striking, with only one model, the Russian INCM4, appearing realistic.So far in this series I have covered that Jesus did in fact exist (despite some conspiracy theories), and also the likelihood that Jesus is the Jewish Messiah given all the prophecy he has fulfilled (and the probability of doing so).Today’s post I will continue with the idea of Jesus as the Jewish Messiah, and hopefully successfully address some major questions.