|Tracy P. Hamilton
Joined: May 2006
|Quote (Henry J @ Aug. 14 2008,11:55)|
|Quote (Tracy P. Hamilton @ Aug. 13 2008,20:09)|
|Quote (midwifetoad @ Aug. 13 2008,18:34)|
|Did anyone ever tell him the moon hasn't always been the same distance from earth as it is now?|
Yeah, but the moon was designed to be at just the right distance when humans were to be designed. And the earth-moon system was designed to have the earth's rotation be 365.25 days at just the right time to match the calendar!
Could've they have designed a calender in which the months are all the same length, and equal to a integer number of weeks?
No. The solar system was designed to encourage man to discover real numbers.
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