had to respond to the intelligent SENSE you posted here
AND to reiterate...the Biblical Flood... puts some of it into perspective...
The lacking of skeletons overall,destruction by water and upheaval that caused such a phenomenom???
... not just the age of the earth.It does bear thinking about from this point of view.I think.
The earth has been in a state of upheaval and turmoil always and still is....
The admixture of genetic groups branching out from the Mediterranean/ Middle East, in all directions.
The "emergence" of the Europeans at later period in the history of Mankind.
Science is still a suckling infant no, actually it is not even a thought
compared to the age of the earth...15 billion years!!!!
we all know that Darwin reneged in the end.
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