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Age of the Earth

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Adam Taylor

on 19 November 2014

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Transcript of Age of the Earth

If the continents were once all together, what evidence would we need to confirm that idea?
If we had a puzzle, How would we know we had peices from the same puzzle?
changes could have happened during the flood. - no because of the evidence of the magnetic pole flip in the bottom of the ocean. And we see the rate at which sea floors spread. If there was a huge shift during a particular time period then there would be a bigger than average band of rock that had its pole alligned in a particular direction.
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