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Megaevoiutionary scenarios supposed to answer origin questions rest upon assumptions and estimates, and not measurements. Prehistoric time frame reductions are reviewed. Semantic confusion caused by megaevolutionists' misuse of "age," "dating," "old," "record," and "young" are discussed.
Time, evolution, creationism
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Moore, John M.
"Methods of Teaching About Time,"
The Proceedings of the International Conference on Creationism: Vol. 1
, Article 28.
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