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Old 03-27-2010, 06:10 AM
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I love those shows and watch them all the time. I just roll my eyes when they start talking about the evolutionary stuff or the "billions of years" stuff. I just enjoy hearing about the factual stuff that we know and see from observing these many species in their natural habitat, and it makes me look forward to one day being able to talk to the One who created it all, about 6000 years ago.
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Old 03-27-2010, 07:37 AM
Location: Richardson, TX
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Originally Posted by sanspeur View Post
Is this the sort of thing your eighth grader pokes holes in? If it is, can you show me those holes?

YouTube - NOVA's The Cosmic Perspective w/ Neil Tyson Vodcast
It's easy to punch holes in it, first of all, he wasn't there. Second, he says "millions of years." That's the easiest, because the Earth wasn't around before just 6000 years ago. See how easy it is?
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