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Overview

The scientific evidence from which the currently established age of the human race (i.e. approximately 200,000 years) was determined is so overwhelming that many respectable scientists consider it to be a waste of their time to defend this evidence against "young Earth" theories. Nonetheless, the defense must be made in order to forestall the possibility of bystanders assuming no defense can be made.

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See also scientific knowledge contradicted by young Earth theories

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