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Posted by Sam Patterson on May 26, 2002 14:19:13 UTC

"You should stop trying to support God's existence by denying the obviousness of the universe's age. Inventing stupid ideas such as God creating the universe with 'apparent age' is so dumb that I'm afraid you are making more atheists than believers."

Obviousness of the universe's age? Look at the earth. Think how long 5 billions years is. Don't you think it would have more obvious signs of age than it does? Don't answer that, I know your response already.

"They work long hours, endure numerous hardships (in places like Antarctic during the winter, etc) all in an attempt to provide truth to humanity."

Not all people who work in Antartica are trying to 'provide truth to humanity'. I talk to people in Antartica all the time, and their job is quite simmilar to most everybodys. Not that what they do isn't good or anything.

"Have you ever studied science? I can only shake my head at just about everything you wrote."

I don't know your formal education Harvey, but nothing he says in there is scientificlly wrong. You admit that you don't understand our solar system properly, that was Aaron's point (I don't want to put words in your mouth Aaron, but I think that was your point). Now you can argue what he said about God, but don't say he never studied science. KC2GWX 73's

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