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Author Topic:   Cambrian Explosion and Hydrosphere-Spending Hypothesis
jar
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Message 11 of 28 (222947)
07-10-2005 12:51 PM
Reply to: Message 10 by benllinliu
07-10-2005 4:18 AM


Language
My English is not well, so I can not say these well.

I am soory.

You're doing just fine. I wish all our native born english speakers did as well.

You have descibed something that is definitely testable but I'm not sure the test you describe supports your overall theory.

Since the hydrogen atoms would be dynamic but their motion random, why would then not just recombine with oxygen and carbon to return to methane?


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jar
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Message 16 of 28 (235288)
08-21-2005 4:44 PM
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08-21-2005 4:37 PM


Re: Language
I'm glad you came by to visit. However I don't think I'm qualified to add more about your concept than I have so far.


Aslan is not a Tame Lion

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