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Posted by Mario Dovalina on June 30, 2002 02:21:59 UTC

So, let's say hypothetically, the Bible was never written, or the Koran, or the Jewish Torah, or the Vidas, or any religious tome whatsoever. Okay? No dogmatic religions in the world. Hypothetically. In such a case, with the only basis on which to uncover history, geology, astronomy, etc, being scientific evaluation, (which you claim you use anyway) do you think you would conclude that the world is 6000 years old and that no species evolved based on the hard, cold evidence? (NO religions allowed)

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