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Posted by Mario Dovalina on July 10, 2002 17:53:26 UTC

Wtih regards to the flood, I've been meaning to ask you about the spread of different species from Mt. Ararat. If all animals: Komodo Dragons, Kiwis, Koalas, and Kangaroos, for instance, all migrated directly from Ararat 4000 years ago, why is there no sign of them anywhere but their respective habitats? The fact the Australia exists as essentially an island continent is pretty damaging to creationism, my homie. How did all the species get there? Swim? And why didn't they do any reproducing before they got there? If Ararat was truly the site from which life spread, we should expect to see a species distribution pattern that is centered on the mountain. But we don't.

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