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Old 03-27-2007, 09:04 PM #1
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uh.... wow.....

http://www.kentucky.com/158/story/26286.html

uh...... wow.... has anyone else seen this?
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Old 03-27-2007, 09:09 PM #2
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Old 03-27-2007, 09:11 PM #3
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i still would like to hear someone who believes that the world is >10,000 years old, explain plate tectonics and the movement of the continents and pangea? did pangea not exist, and it is just a coincidence that the continents fit together like a puzzle and similar fossils that are dated around the same time are found on connecting coastlines that were once together when pangea was intact? Also is there no movement of the contintents each year, and does seafloor spreading not occur?
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Old 03-27-2007, 09:15 PM #5
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The Bible never tries to discredit Pangaea.

Just food for thought.
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Old 03-27-2007, 09:19 PM #6
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but if pangea existed, and continents do only move centimeters per year, to get to their current position from pangea it would take millions and millions of years, not 10,000
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Old 03-27-2007, 09:20 PM #7
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it doesnt claim 10,000 years
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Old 03-27-2007, 09:23 PM #8
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read the article, the geneology in the old testament estimates it >10,000, and many people believe that

"The museum is based on a literal interpretation of the Bible: The world was created in six, 24-hour days, some time between 6,000 and 10,000 years ago. Humans appeared on Day 6, and they didn't evolve from anything."
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Old 03-27-2007, 09:27 PM #9
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How do we know that the continents shifted at a constant rate? We weren't documenting it until recently, so how are we sure they shifted the same amount each year, and at the same speed?
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read the article, the geneology in the old testament estimates it >10,000, and many people believe that

"The museum is based on a literal interpretation of the Bible: The world was created in six, 24-hour daysyou dont know that they were 24 hour days, some time between 6,000 and 10,000 years agowhere does it say that?. Humans appeared on Day 6, and they didn't evolve from anything."
And what is that quote from? Is it a literal translation?
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that is straight from the article, sorry i didnt cite my source, im just talking to the people that believe that the world >10,000 years old loike the people in the article
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that is straight from the article, sorry i didnt cite my source, im just talking to the people that believe that the world >10,000 years old
Which article?
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Old 03-27-2007, 09:35 PM #13
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the one the thread is about!?!?!?!


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Old 03-27-2007, 09:36 PM #14
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the one the thread is about!?!?!?!
Oh, sorry, I thought it was a vid. Its been a long day.......
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what a waste of money, could of gone towards somethin useful, like a few abortion clinics
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i still would like to hear someone who believes that the world is >10,000 years old, explain plate tectonics and the movement of the continents and pangea? did pangea not exist, and it is just a coincidence that the continents fit together like a puzzle and similar fossils that are dated around the same time are found on connecting coastlines that were once together when pangea was intact? Also is there no movement of the contintents each year, and does seafloor spreading not occur?
you are asking peple who bleieve that the world is greater than 10,000 years old. you want the opposite. the alligator wants to eat the bigger number. or replace alligator with pac man.
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you are asking peple who bleieve that the world is greater than 10,000 years old. you want the opposite. the alligator wants to eat the bigger number. or replace alligator with pac man.
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The museum has a planetarium. But its programs, unlike those at other planetariums, will say that the light from the stars we see did not take millions of years to get here.
That's just embarrassing. Astronomical distance measuring is pure fact, nothing to debate about it. How does the Bible explain the appearance of SN1987a recently, when it was measured to be 170,000 light years away through parallax?

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But the Rev. Bill Henard, senior pastor of Lexington's Porter Memorial Baptist Church, said that Sunday school classes and other groups from his church are likely to visit.

"I think people will enjoy ... being able to see a different side from what some scientific findings have shown," he said.
What different side is their to scientific findings? The texts of a 2,000 year old story book with no empirical evidence?

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When the Gallup Poll asked people about their views on the subject last March, 47 percent of Americans polled said that God created humans pretty much in their present form some time in the last 10,000 years. That belief was strongest among those with less education, regular churchgoers, people 65 and older, and Republicans.
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"There also will be an exhibit suggesting that belief in evolution is the root of most of modern society's evils. It shows models of children leaving a church where the minister believes in evolution. Soon the girl is on the phone to Planned Parenthood, while the boy cruises the Internet for pornography sites."

Fantastic. I really don't think that qualifies as a museum.
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It gave me a good laugh. How can you have a museum that has 0 proof backing it?
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