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Old 10-06-2006, 07:24 AM   #14
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The growth curve

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Originally Posted by geodood
I don't see where the bible offers any date for the creation of man. It appears that certain biblical statements from such chapters as Genesis 5 that we might be talking 4,000 to 15,000 B.C. rather than 1,000,000 B.C. or more. But there is no plain statement in the scriptures on this point. One could debate rather the time spans in question here are "this age of man" or "total history of man-like creatures". This depends on whether one assumes that man has reached his peak of civilization today in 2006 or not, among other things.
After doing some studies on animal population the bell curve would seem
to come in to play. That is to say that after a peak population that 90%
of the population would die off and 10% would be left to start the cycle
again. Now for those of us that belive in God and that He will stop the
cycle before it gets to the event horizon all is good. Now if we take the
other side then sickness and war should slow down this event but not
stop it. The world population is not in decline and most of the cards are
on the table. Will energy and food be able to keep up with the amount
of people on the planet maybe some one has some input on this question.
Thanks for your input GEO or is that NEO ?
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