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Re: Pangaea, do you believe in the theory?


I don't see why water wouldn't be present if all the continents were connected. Like Zeen said it would just surround the landmass. We aren't talking about the origin of water on Earth but rather the past condition of the planet after its formation.

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Plus how would the dinosaurs have lived without water? emoticon

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Juice. emoticon

I was thinking, if the continents were connected the world was just one big ball of land, i didn't think there would be water. xD



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Ah ok, I was wondering what you were thinking there. Yeah we'd still have oceans and the like but all the land would be one big supercontinent rather than seven separate landmasses.

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Ulbrec: ...Ennelia and Braston will meet you there, Targos's fate hinges on your success.

My response: I think Targos's fate hinges on how much Shawford can pay us from the Targos treasury.

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Its a logical theory, and theres a lot to back it up, scientifically theres no real reason for anyone to object to it right now. If anyone has proof against it, I'd like to hear it once that proof doesn't involve God or Jesus or something to that extent.....



according to te Xtians, God created the world only 6000 years ago

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according to the Xtians, God created the world only 6000 years ago



That's blanket statement garbage, and you know it. There are an extraordinary amount of Christians that support theistic evolution.

Forgive my snippy tone. I just really don't generalisations being made about what I apparently 'believe.'

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Yeah thats true but I don't know how they support evolution. The Bible clearly states what happened so you either choose not to believe in what the Bible says or you choose to selectively believe only certain parts which aren't so glaringly contradictory to modern science. It amazes me that people can rationalize these contradictions to the point where they still believe. In my opinion if something needs that many rationalizations then it probably isn't that correct to begin with.

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Ulbrec: ...Ennelia and Braston will meet you there, Targos's fate hinges on your success.

My response: I think Targos's fate hinges on how much Shawford can pay us from the Targos treasury.

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Chrisitianity or any other religion for that matter is a spiritual belief, some see the bible as metaphoric, and others see it as a literal historical document. Those who view it as metaphorical can somehow find parallels between that metaphor and scientific evidence. People with some sort of rationality regardless of their religious beliefs can't completely dismiss science.

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