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Posted by Sam Patterson on September 26, 2002 19:28:16 UTC

"True, it's very difficult to vouch 100% for things like that. Still, we're only proceeding on the best information we have."

What if the best information you have mis-interpreted? Then all your dates are going to be wrong. This is what I believe is happening.

"The age of the rock is only correct to the extent their calculation is correct."

No, the age of the rock is correct to the extent their assumptions are correct. And their assumptions are unprovable.


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