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quote:Growth of planets is an infinitesimally slow process, and calculations of the Earth’s age are so far off the true age of this planet it makes a mockery of the very substance of science! For example, carbon dating rocks found on the surface or even below the surface in the deepest mines. To analyse the true age of the earth, one would have to attempt to evaluate the first atomic particle that was the seed for its beginning and this would prove somewhat difficult given that it is most likely part of the molten mass at the earths core.I believe there have been many other civilisations on this planet, possibly even more advanced than ourselves, yet all have failed to manage their environment and have long perished. For example, did you know that a crystal goblet has been found embedded in quartz? And a steel cube has been found embedded in the same medium? Modern mans fossils have been found in coal dating back in excess of 26 million years.
quote:Originally posted by David SparkmanEgypt's earliest records are of winning their independence from another race that lived where there is now desert.We cannot stop the earth from spinning, and as of yet, we cannot stabalize the energy output of the sun. We just have to learn to live with change, or move someplace else...
quote:Originally posted by David SparkmanHow about the theory that the climate is changing on it's own and nothing man can do can change it.
quote:Originally posted by Andrew K FletcherI only switch off when regurgetation of same old same old comes around. These artifacts are anything but that and deserve some thorough investigation, even if they do appear to kick sand in the fase of curent literature..............."The explanation requiring the fewest assumptions is most likely to be correct."K.I.S. "Keep it simple!"