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Author Topic:   Exposing the evolution theory. Part 1
Dr Adequate
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Message 33 of 41 (844441)
11-30-2018 12:30 AM
Reply to: Message 1 by Porkncheese
11-27-2018 9:39 PM

Could I add, Porkncheese, that the first Precambrian fossil was discovered in 1958? Here it is.

So for creationists to be talking as you do, sixty years later, means only one of two things. Either you studied paleontology prior to 1958 but have taken no interest in it since. Or, which I rather suspect, ignorance of Precambrian fossils has been handed down from generation to generation of creationists like a precious family heirloom, carefully guarded and sheltered from the facts.

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