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Posted by Sam Patterson on August 9, 2002 14:13:46 UTC

"Define "decaying." I'm not totally familiar with this. Do you mean the polarity of the entire planet is decreasing to nothing..."

Yup. And since it is decaying at a rapid rate, the Earth can not be very old. So evolutionist countered with that 'dynamo' thing I was talking about.

"I don't know if it's been recorded, however I can see no reason at all why it's not plausible."

And I can see no reason at all why it's not plausible that God created the universe in 6 days. But I have to back up this claim with data, right?

I know you don't care about chances, because the chance of evolution happening is basically nil. But what would the chances be of a comet coming into stable orbit of Uranus? It would seem highly unlikely.

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