Re: The young age of Earth

Jonathan Clarke (jdac@alphalink.com.au)
Thu, 18 Mar 1999 07:02:02 +1100

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Arthur

Arthur V. Chadwick wrote:

> Perhaps that the question is still open. Likely, appeal will be made to
> the fossil record as the arbiter. However, the fossil record has to be
> interpreted also, and the same criticisms apply there.
> Art
>

Everything is interpreted, not just the fossil record. So what is your
point? You have lost me completely.

God Bless

Jonathan

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Arthur

Arthur V. Chadwick wrote:

Perhaps that the question is still open.  Likely, appeal will be made to
the fossil record as the arbiter.  However, the fossil record has to be
interpreted also, and the same criticisms apply there.
Art
 
Everything is interpreted, not just the fossil record.  So what is your point?  You have lost me completely.

God Bless

Jonathan
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