Joined: Jan. 2006
Martin. How lovely to have you join us!
If you were more clever you might have deduce that I at least presume the Earth is older than the time of beginning of Eocene. Go to Wikipedia for time scaling of Eocene.
And if you were less of a coward you would simply *tell* us how old you think the world is.
Anyway, Wikipedia says the Eocene ran from around 33.9 to 55.8 million years ago. Is 55.8 million years the most you'll concede for the age of the earth? Or are you willing to crank it all the way back to 4.5 billion?
As to your stupid question I wrote that no new mammalian Order has aroused since Eocene.
('arisen', not 'aroused'. check the meaning of the latter, V.)
Be more explicit, Martin, does that mean you reject common descent for humans or no?
BTW, why is it a stupid question? Seems a *lot* of creationists get very hot and bothered about those very questions.
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The pinnacle of Martin's scientific career, right there.
BTW, Martin, you're not in the best position to be accusing others of being sycophants.
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