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originally posted by: Asktheanimals
Caught from 1/2 mile down in the ocean, that doesn't surprise me.
I'd bet there's several more species dwelling in the deep that time has pretty much left alone for millions of years.
The advantage of living so deep is even asteroids hitting the Earth wouldn't wipe out the species.
originally posted by: norhoc
a reply to: interupt42
COME ON MAN, must politics be brought into every thread? I am so sick of this sh1t
originally posted by: TinfoilTP
So are these things 80 million years old or are there so many that mating successfully has happened continually for 80 million years?
Why didn't it evolve into a different form, it is the same as it was 80 million years ago?
Evolution down the toilet for good.
originally posted by: primus2012
originally posted by: olaru12
originally posted by: peter vlar
a reply to: Milkweed
I'm curious as to what exactly you're you basing your supposition on that leads you to this conclusion. It's not as if the margins of error in radioactive decay aren't understood or can't be independently corroborated.
Just a guess....
The Biblical view is that the universe is 6000 yrs max.
I think one must consider measurement of time from God's perspective before assuming the 7 Days of Creation were in the 24hr format and everthing tgat followed totaled 6000 years. We base a day on one revolution of Earth which wasnt even created until "Days 2 and 3. What if a single God day is a few billion years to us? What if His "days" were translated to "period of time spent creating", so maybe Day 1 was 1-billion years, Day 2 10-billion, Day 3 2-billion... If birds and fish were Day 5, that could be billions of years for dinosaurs to roam, man and animal were Day 6.....