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Posted by Aaron Viviano on June 3, 2002 15:25:54 UTC

"Then there is the sea coral that is 300' deep in Ohio. That being evidence that the midwest used to be near the equator..."

The earth used to have spring time wether all the time due to the fact that it's axis used to be at 0. This would have created much warmer conditions in the world. Besides the assumption that the earth looked exactly the same as it does now, just can't be true. So there could have been a nice big ocean in ohio and it really wouldn't make a dent in the idea of creation science. Also since the the world was around for a while before the flood getting that amount of coral would be easy especially when the amount of oxygen would be double before the flood.


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