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Aren't You Assuming Something?

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Posted by Aaron Viviano on October 16, 2002 22:39:25 UTC

Aren't you assuming that the oceans were salty back durring the flood? The oceans are getting saltier, so if you reverse that that means they used to be less salty. I think you will find it easy to see that fresh water fish could easily survive and that salt water fish are just fresh water fish that have adapted to salt water over the thousands of years. If it were not so, then in a few thousand years there will be no salt water fish because they will all be dead because the oceans will be to salty for them.

-Aaron

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