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Does God Exist Scientifically - All About GOD: "What do science and technology truly say about the age of our earth"

You gotta read this amazing stuff. Evolution is getting DISPROVED. More and more evidences are being discovered which point to Creation. After corrections to radiometric dating, the age of earth is calculated to be 5680 +/- 2000 years! That is, earth existed from 3680 B.C. Click the link above and start reading this cool stuff that will go totally against what you learnt in school textbooks!

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