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Posted by Duane Eddy on December 4, 2004 20:16:32 UTC

But you made an interesting statement.

You said:
Of course then, humans would have developed modern science two millenia ago, much too soon in the history of humanity.

So how far do you think science would have progressed before the flood.
There is evedence that working with metal of all types was common.
Imagine if Einstein or others lived 800 years what may have been accomplished.

Even from a evoloution standpoint the intelegence of mankind has not changed in the past few thousand years, maybe a hundredthousand years, if you believe that we were here that long, so what is to have prevented mankind from becoming technologically advanced, dominating the planet and destroying themselves several times over?


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