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Posted by Caprinicus on July 8, 2001 13:42:01 UTC

When a Scientist tries to determine how old something is, normally they base their studies based on what elements the subject was exposed to and for how much of it, and for long as all of this will contribute to how long it would take to age. But when talking about the bible's 6 day theory, Why wold anyone think it would of been impossible? There are many things which could of made it true. Not only could it have really been 6 days literaly because after all, GOD could have even done it in 1 day if he wanted too, but there could have been other phenomenom which could of caused earth to rotate at a significant slower rate than today. Earth could of rotated once around the sun, when it is now measured at 10 years. Or, it could have been that 1 day was what is know around 1000 earth years.

You must realise that when a planet is made, it doesn't have day or night since all it is is dust particles forming into a mass. How can you say when it's day or when it's night on a cloud of dust which isn't even rotaing around the sun yet?

Surely even those that claim "Math" did everything, would know that a dust cloud cannot rotate with the same properties as normal planets.

All of these thigs and more must be considered. I belive the Bible is correct.

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