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Posted by Aaron Viviano on October 18, 2002 02:13:11 UTC

Science is currently on the side of the universe being billions of years old when it comes to light.

Kinds isn't made up. It was there thousands of years before speices was ever defined.

It makes sense that the oceans were less salty they are getting saltier which means they were once less salty.

I don't think he is testing our faith it's just we could be in a universe that is millions of years old I'm kind of in the middle right now, I have moved away from my postion 6,000 year old belief on the age of the universe, however I'm not yet convinced it is billions of years old either. Just waiting to see if the theory is possible.


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