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Posted by Mario Dovalina on October 18, 2002 03:47:22 UTC

Give me a concrete definition.

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

True, but I don't think the process was as fast as you seem to suggest. The influx is rather slow (and IS counteracted to a certain extent by salt flats)

"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."

I respect that. The important thing is to keep on questioning, whatever you believe. Sam, I fear, wouldn't admit the possibility.

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