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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 13 2009,10:27   

bornagain77 seems to think that the fact the genomes of ancient bacteria recovered from older salt deposits are remarkably similar to modern bacteria is some kind of problem for evolution. He forgets that if we can revive old bacteria from salt deposits, then erosion of older rocks could do the same thing, continually, for millions of years, releasing billions and billions of these bacteria on the surface.  He also forgets how much salt we mine and throw on roads every winter alone.

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