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Posted by Mario Dovalina on January 6, 2003 01:44:23 UTC

"This would also mean that people could have a lot more children! If the average age from that time was, let's say 700 years, that would mean that women could healthly give birth to children for 233 years!!!"

That is an enourmous assumption. EVEN if humans lived to such old ages, you can't simply take ((percantage of lifespan where breeding can occur) * (average ancient lifespan / average current lifespan)) and get an accurate representation of the ancients' childbearing years. It's possible that the entire biology of humanity would have been different.

"How many years of your life are taken away by the daily consumption of flourine? Pesticides constenly are in our foods and in us and all sort of growth hormones are in our foods. One can see that our life spans are so short because of what we put in our food and not really the food it self."

Please. Humans never lived past 120 years even before growth hormones and pesticides were used in food. I might also mention that carcinogens are plentiful in nature, as well.

" It took them years before the excepted that the Trojan War was real."

Because they demanded proof that it did actually occur. Why are you surprised at this?

"It took them much longer to believe that the bible was right in anything and yet they would looked at othe religious documents from the same time and say well that is what happened here because that is what the ancients wrote down."

Examples? When have ancient religious documents of any creed been taken as objective historical fact?

"Even today when most archeoligist look for the ancient cities they take any "evidence" that goes against the Bible and it is championed and published."

That's because most archaeological, geological, astronomical, logical, and biological evidence DOES contradict the Bible.

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