What, would you please cite your sources on this.
5/21/2008 4:34:57 PM
What are you on?
5/21/2008 4:41:56 PM
5/21/2008 4:42:02 PM
I hope you used the hyperbole for comic effect, because it made me chuckle.
5/21/2008 4:46:52 PM
Are you trying to say that there are people who change their mind frequently about the age of the Earth? I suppose that makes a kind of sense. New evidence will necessarily make older conclusions incorrect. I don't, however, see what evolution has to do with it, given that the Earth existed before life as we know it evolved.
5/21/2008 4:51:42 PM
No it doesn't. The age of the Earth has been agreed upon to be 4.6 billion years old for the past 50 years.
5/21/2008 4:59:30 PM
No but it gets one day older every 24 hrs.
5/21/2008 5:02:57 PM
Uh... what the hell are you talking about?
5/21/2008 5:03:22 PM
5/21/2008 5:04:35 PM
The estimated age of the earth hasn't changed in my lifetime. And that's according to BIOLOGISTS, physicists, geologists, etc. etc.
5/21/2008 5:13:19 PM
Sweep up the straw once you're done.
5/21/2008 5:49:51 PM
I admit to saying it, but that was 35 years years ago. You know, back when I used to have a little drinkee or two.
5/21/2008 5:57:32 PM
No, the generally accepted age of 4.5 billion years has stayed roughly the same for 50 years. If you're referring to the estimated age for the last 1000 years then yes, the age has gotten older, but only because of a gradual shift from Biblically-accepted standards and better understanding to scientific measuring tools such as radiometric dating.
5/21/2008 5:58:53 PM
Fundies keep getting DUMBER each DAY.
5/21/2008 6:11:38 PM
No sense arguing with someone on a Sean Hannity forum, anyone who can stand watching him for more than five seconds is as dumb as a potato.
5/21/2008 6:18:15 PM
Does that mean I'm twenty billion years old? Sweet!
5/21/2008 6:30:03 PM
No I think we have a pretty good idea of where it is.
5/21/2008 6:53:16 PM
evolutionists don't assume how old the universe is idiot.
5/21/2008 6:59:37 PM
No, according to reasonable people everywhere, "evolutionists" or not, the earth is getting a day older every day.
5/21/2008 7:00:22 PM
The earth gets ONE day older each day.
And there are no "evolutionists".
5/21/2008 7:21:29 PM
5/21/2008 7:37:42 PM
Allegory for Jesus
Nice. I assume that that is supposed to some kind of insult? Of course, once you strip away the hyperbole, misappropriated blame for changing the age of the earth, and a total lack of insight into how science works, well...you really don't have much left...
5/21/2008 7:38:51 PM
Let's see ...
50 years ago, the Age of the Earth was established as being around 4.6 billion years.
By this guy's reckoning, the "evolutiuonists" must think the Age of the Earth is about 18.267 trillion years by now. It will be 18.268 trillion years tomorrow.
5/21/2008 7:41:03 PM
More like a DAY older.
5/21/2008 7:48:42 PM
5/21/2008 8:05:33 PM