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posted by swhitney

In reply to: Rep. Broun seeks to keep seat on science committee »

December 4, 2012

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" he told the crowd. “You see, there’s a lot of scientific data that I’ve found as a scientist that this really is a young earth."

What scientific data supports a "young earth" ? ? ?

Still waiting . . .

but not holding my breath, because no one has yet shown me any such scientifically verifiable data. I have seen volumes of data supporting a very old earth, data accumulated over more than 200 years by scientists working in many diverse fields, but no scientific data in support of a young earth.

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