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Catastrophic earth science: a realistic science

It is very interesting to note, that during the 18th and 19th centuries, the so-called ‘catastrophists’ or ‘diluvialists’ or earth scientists, working under a ‘catastrophist’ paradigm, conducted their geological science in a most ideal way even though modeled by religious … Continue reading

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