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Posted by Ian on May 7, 2002 13:47:18 UTC

Let's stay on topic spazcon. Address the issues that Mario laid out, which were clear and concise.

All the sciences (atronomy, chemistry, geology, biology etc.) seem to converge well to indicate that the earth, never mind the universe, is far beyond 6000 years old.

Religions on the other hand cannot seem to agree with each other (or even within their own schisms) on how old the earth is or even how it came about. Is the earth 6000 years old or is it older because we get to interpret 'god days' as millenia?

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