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Annie said: "... there had to be a sun before there
were trees"

Right, but the trees in the fossil record older than
40,000 years ago didn't have to have had the same sun
that we have today. The cataclysm, such as a comet
strike, could have knocked the earth out of its
proper orbit around another sun and sent the earth
wandering into interstellar space. The trees which
God miraculously restored to the earth (Genesis
1:11-13) after the cataclysm did have a temporary
light source (Genesis 1:3-5) which could have
supported photosynthesis; even if it didn't, the
trees could have easily survived for one day until a
new sun was created for the restored earth (Genesis
1:16-19).


Read the Bible, Atheism vs. Christianity 52 Comments [11/28/2007 12:02:47 AM]
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Vincent


11/28/2007 12:10:52 AM

Rhys

I know fantasy writers with imaginations not even half have vivid as yours.

11/28/2007 12:19:52 AM

ArmandT

I don't know what you've been smoking, but I want some.

11/28/2007 12:22:09 AM

Jake Steel

....did anyone follow that?

11/28/2007 12:27:22 AM

Brian X

To give you an idea... Velikovsky would have called this nonsense, and he was all about the cosmic pinball.

11/28/2007 12:35:06 AM

Brainy

You can't be serious. Oh, you were?

FAIL

11/28/2007 12:35:47 AM

Joe-Bob

Whiskey Tango Foxtrot

11/28/2007 12:43:39 AM

Joe-Bob

over...

11/28/2007 12:43:57 AM

Papabear

No, no, no, no and no. I think you've read enough of the Bible. Try reading a couple of books about science.

11/28/2007 12:46:57 AM

approximate

Step away from the crack pipe...NOW!

11/28/2007 12:50:34 AM

werewolf

This post is the equivalent of firing wildly into the night at targets you cannot see.

Fire blind and pray.

11/28/2007 12:52:16 AM

Osiris

Why is it that science must constantly take a back seat to the numberless amounts of different bizzare interpretations of the Bible?

11/28/2007 1:08:51 AM

the_ignored





11/28/2007 1:18:54 AM

Prager

The fact that this makes sense to 'Read the Bible' is just sad.

11/28/2007 1:41:43 AM

Raven Blackhawk

Wow, that is just one gargantuan, steaming pile of WRONG.

11/28/2007 2:31:51 AM

Sevagram

"The cataclysm, such as a comet
strike, could have knocked the earth out of its
proper orbit around another sun and sent the earth
wandering into interstellar space."


Hey Read, I loved Space:1999 too, but it was still scientific nonsense.

11/28/2007 2:38:37 AM

anevilmeme

Most Ironic Username Ever Award

Dude, actually read the fucking Bible! None of your bullshit is in Genesis, none.

11/28/2007 5:50:39 AM

Mister Spak

Where did 40,000 years come from?

11/28/2007 5:57:40 AM

Paler_Face

I have no idea how he got this out of the bible.
Also, any impact from a comet powerful enough to knock earth from it's orbit around the sun with such force that the earth would get flung to another star system, would quite probably have completely destroyed earth.

11/28/2007 6:07:52 AM

MK

Seconded for "Most Ironic Username" award.

Follow your own instructions, RTB.

11/28/2007 6:12:38 AM

szena

If that's true, then the first verse of Genesis isn't true. God didn't create the earth at that time, he just did some repair work.

11/28/2007 6:16:01 AM

Frank

Of course! How could we be so stupid? The answer was staring us in the face the whole time.

11/28/2007 7:54:39 AM



WTF?, did you read a bad version of Dune or what?

11/28/2007 8:15:14 AM

Terry


11/28/2007 8:27:03 AM

Michael

And I thought Space 1999 was bad science fucktion...

11/28/2007 8:39:11 AM
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