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Re: Re: Re: We Need A Subject, Here Is One.

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Posted by Laura Gentile on November 20, 2000 15:19:19 UTC

Hi richard vonnie. In the first place, weren't there fare less people (about 1 sixth) or less, in the oldest bible times? I'm not sure we have, with certaily, established a lenghtier life time for them. There are 6 billion people in the world now. I think, at one time there were less than a billion. Also no one had depleated trees or other natural resourses at the alarming rate of today. Yet, in the 'dark ages' people lived shorter lifetimes. Go figure.
Yes, we could possibly extend lifetime to 120 active years or more. But there are allways more and more people. Wonder why really? Have we upset the balance or something? Or is it in 'the plan'? It's all very intresting, at any rate.
Wilderness~&

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