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mitschlag



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(Permalink) Posted: Feb. 24 2008,16:32   

Quote (Daniel Smith @ Feb. 24 2008,13:55)

Actually, it's only the gradual evolution of Darwinism that requires hundreds of millions of years to bring about 'life as we know it'.  A saltational evolution theory does not require that timespan.

Well, then, what timespan does it require?  I believe that you've been asked this before.  Is it 6,000 years?

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