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Posted by Mario Dovalina on May 15, 2002 04:43:18 UTC

Your sources are good enough to warrant actual research on my part. You are now the first creationist who has sent me to an outside source.

However, you skipped a couple of my more pertinent questions regarding the age of the universe. I'll post my reply tomorrow, but in the meantime:

1) Do you have any arguments for the distance of stars other than your vague "There might be an unknown principle" argument? If not, don't you view that as a mile-wide chink in your armor?

2) You dodged my question on strata. I asked you why certain species only exist in certain strata, and why life gets simpler the deeper we dig. You responded with "the strata is not uniform all over" and didn't address the major points. Why does life seem to get simpler the deeper [further back in time] we go?

3) You still haven't answered my questions on Noah.

See you.

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