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Re: Is Evolution an Option Today?

Subject: Re: Is Evolution an Option Today?
From: "Aardvark J. Bandersnatch"
Date: Tue, 30 May 2006 21:18:08 -0400
Newsgroups: sci.anthropology.paleo
"Joe Cooper" <joe0727@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message 
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> oldwetdog wrote:
>> Robert Weldon wrote:
>> > "oldwetdog" <oldwetdog@yahooD0Tnet> wrote in message
>> > news:1279d20r2v4m902@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>> >> Robert Weldon wrote:
>> >>> "oldwetdog" <oldwetdog@geocitiesD0Tcom> wrote in message
>> >>> news:126ul1680mmls4f@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>> >>>> Glenn (Christian Mystic) wrote:
>> >>>>> "oldwetdog" <oldwetdog@geocitiesD0Tcom> wrote in message
>> >>>>> news:126krl61lr7pj69@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>> >>>>>> Glenn (Christian Mystic) wrote:
>> >>>>>>> "oldwetdog" <oldwetdog@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
>> >>>>>>> news:125iigl4n77bif1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>> >>>>>>>> Glenn (Christian Mystic) wrote:
>> >>>>>>>>> "EJB" <nylicens@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
>> >>>>>>>>> news:nrpmf.840$OU3.411@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>> >>>>>>>>>> Richard Dawkins wrote:
>
>>
>> You lie to yourself: the river delta of every major river in the
>> world can be demonstrated to be less that 7 thousand years old...
>>
>> owd
>
> Mississippi Delta 7 miles deep of sediment.  That is a mile of
> depositionevery 1000 years.  Or 5 feet a year.  I think that people
> might have noticed 5 feet of depostion per year.

At that rate, New Orleans will be above sea level in four more years. I'm 
sure they'll be glad to hear that.



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