What do you think of the age of Human kind on earth?
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Well, I don't know about that. However scientists have decoded the human genome as a mathematic algorithm that can be used to determine how changes occur in the human species by running the algorithm backwards from a known population. Taken to the extreme the algorithm shows that the human race was started by just 2 individuals. That's the good news for us Christians. Not so good if you're a fundamentalist is that the human race began in east Africa about 300,000 years ago. The math is solid and incontrovertible.
The controvertible part of that is the dating methodology which is based on circular reasoning. Think about it a bit... C-14 must line up with the soil Strata and the soil strata column only exists in text books... If you start with wrong data...
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. . and that the official explanation is a physical impossibility. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XkXeNawH … r_embedded
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