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i could call you a nutjob just for jumping to that conclusion.
perhaps you should not name call, it realy makes you look pathetic.
[edit on 25-4-2005 by Byrd] Seriously, if we are to just dismiss possible exceptions of a rule, say using the exception proves the rule theory, you'll be able to get science to completely stagnate with current theory and never go as far as it could.
Y'all want to keep religion out of politics, but what about keeping politics out of science? I find it interesting that Byrd says what people want to hear, and no one even questions where it came from. Is something you know that will challenge Byrd post?
Gayland Leddy, nephew of the founder, grew up in the boot business and now manages Boot Town in Garland, Texas.
Leddy boot company of San Angelo, Texas which began manufacturing boots in 1936.
A complete set of these scans remains with the boot at the Creation Evidence Museum in Glen Rose, Texas.
"We know absolutely for certain, it takes millions and millions of years for fossils to petrify." Oh yeah? The Radiologic Technician was Evelyn Americus, AART.
because it dosn't fit in with the theories of many. this fact was explained by my chemistry teacher in highscool, who was a university phisics profeser who stepped down to be able to spend more time at home.
Oh yeah, what was coppied was a summery of the story. stumason i take a bit of offence at your statement, "Hmmm.
This is gonna turn into one of those threads where all the bible nutjobs come out to play." i am not a nutjob just because i choose to believe in a higher power, and that the bible is correct.
I was just observing the group mentality on this thread, that's all.
For all I know, Byrd could be 100% right and it's a hoax.