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There Is Still The Fossil Record To Consider

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Posted by Mario Dovalina on September 17, 2001 02:35:50 UTC

If you take each seperate argument for evolution seperately, you can probably justify creationism. But you have to take it as a whole: as you go further back in time (rock strata), life becomes less and less complex until you cease to find any life at all. I might add that primates in general show up much earlier than Homo Sapiens in specific.

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