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Author Topic:   Where Science And The Bible Meet
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Message 27 of 208 (396894)
04-23-2007 9:22 AM
Reply to: Message 17 by Coragyps
04-22-2007 1:25 PM

hat sounds more like simultaneous solar and lunar eclipses to me.

That can't happen. All solar eclipses occur during the new moon, while all lunar ecliples occur during the full moon.

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