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Creationists: Does the earth look old?

Discussion in 'Creation & Evolution' started by Freodin, Sep 12, 2004.

  1. Crispie

    Crispie Conservative Christian

    Earth does look pretty young to me. Lush green planet.
  2. HRE

    HRE Guest

    And how, pray tell, does the color of less than an eighth of the planet indicate age?
  3. feo

    feo Angels Fall First

    In Relationship
    I look at the Grand Canyon (w00t for Arizona!) and woo- the Earth looks OLDDDD
  4. Philosoft

    Philosoft Orthogonal, Tangential, Tenuously Related

    So, on the one hand we have radiological and mechanical processes that, virtually without fail, individually give us a planetary age in the 4.5 billion year range.

    On the other, we have... lush green planet.


    This is not to intentionally insult, but you really might want to save it until you begin to grasp the scope of the position against which you're arguing. Having unassailable faith is just not much of a substitute for reason, coherence and understanding.
  5. no_worries

    no_worries Guest

    like half the world is water anyway.. does water look old?
  6. HRE

    HRE Guest