Historical Science, Chaos Theory, and the Sliding Scale of Trust
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Historical Science, Chaos Theory, and the Sliding Scale of Trust

Historical science gets progressively less reliable the further back in time it goes. It is for this reason that creationists are justified in being skeptical of the way forensic scientists make claims about the ultra-distant (alleged) past.

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