Pretty much, recent message quality has ranged from poor to wretched
Closing this topic down if things don't get better.
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This, like many such posts, say the non-creationists have lost all credibility, and has become akin to another radical fundamentalist religion.
Im just answering stupid with stupid.
I also anwsered your question as silly as it was 33000 years ago the first man painted what he was doing in his life it is ylso possible he painted his name we just cant see it because we donot understand the mindset he was in. The same way we needed the Rosetta stone to decipher hieroglyphics.
p.s. Unless you have found a version of the bible written in klinoform i seriously doubt Adam is the oldest name on record, and given that the oldest bible is 1600 years old, and the oldest manuscripst of the torah are some 2600 years old, the name adam does not go as fare back as you think.
try the fossil records allot of lifeforms grouped, my guess some 3 billion years ago the first lifeforms grouped, you can find groups of one cell organisms that made the limestone deposits and the best part unlike writing that is not objective the deposits objectively record lifeform groupings
quote:They aren't 5770 years old and they aren't even 3000 years old - and you were talking about the oldest name and not the oldest 'life form groupings'. Maybe you could try sticking to the point. So - oldest name on record?
I already gave the dates of the DDS as being 2,300 years old - it still remains the earliest 'recording' of this issue; the retreat to fossils is the admission I am right. The writings also display a 'recorded' history of humanity, with credible dates and evidential data for 5770 years - and we have not seen a NAME older than 5770 Adam - why not?
and we have not seen a NAME older than 5770 Adam - why not?
Ok if you get to use aincent texts as fact so do i
Alulim he ruled for 28,800 years writings from 30th century BC or earlier
Alulim was the first king of Eridu, and the first king of Sumer, according to the Sumerian King List, presumably making him the first recorded king in the world. Enki, the god of Eridu, or his mortal son Adapa, are said to have brought civilization to Sumer at this point, or just shortly before.
This would make the first recorded name 33,800 years old trumping your Adam by a good 26 000 years happy now ???