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"Recent supernova?!?!?" It happened some 240 million years ago! :icon_twisted:

That's freakin' kool!!!

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"Recent supernova?!?!?" It happened some 240 million years ago! :icon_twisted:

That's freakin' kool!!!

In the cosmic scheme of things that is a blink of the eye.

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"Recent supernova?!?!?" It happened some 240 million years ago! :icon_twisted:

That's freakin' kool!!!

Light Rays: "Sorry we're late, we got here as fast as we could!"

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In the cosmic scheme of things that is a blink of the eye.

hardly, given the estimated age of the universe of 5-10 billion years.
At the short end of the scale that makes it 5% of the age of the universe ago, at the long end 2.5%.
If a human lives for 100 years, that makes it 2.5 to 5 years on the life of a human being, quite a bit more than the blink of an eye which takes about 1/20 of a second :)

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hardly, given the estimated age of the universe of 5-10 billion years.
At the short end of the scale that makes it 5% of the age of the universe ago, at the long end 2.5%.
If a human lives for 100 years, that makes it 2.5 to 5 years on the life of a human being, quite a bit more than the blink of an eye which takes about 1/20 of a second :)

Who's confining this to our back yard?;)

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hardly, given the estimated age of the universe of 5-10 billion years.

lol the people in the god thread wont be happy with that estimate

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oh, I've seen them explain away the age of the universe with statements like "god's years are longer than human years", in other words 7 days for god are 10 billion years for us...

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yeah they tried to prove to me that somehow (thier) science makes the universe 6000 years old. Yeah, right.

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according to very accurate tests ~ the earth is way older than that
they are sooooooo wrong

Would these happen to be the various forms of radioisotope dating systems? If so, they're not necessarily accurate; we don't know for certain whether or not the proportion of the radioisotopes to baseline isotopes has always remained a constant; we don't know whether or not the sample was originally 'contaminated' with one or more of the decay products, etc.

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according to very accurate tests ~ the earth is way older than that
they are sooooooo wrong

If a god with a sense of humour planted those fake dinosaur bones he could also have planted that fake geological "evidence".

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If a god with a sense of humour planted those fake dinosaur bones he could also have planted that fake geological "evidence".

And now a word from Scientology.

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