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Apr 9, 2013 9:04 PM CST
Name: Sharon
I enjoyed reading the article, I always enjoy learning and looking at things from different perspectives. I will agree it is scientifically difficult to follow, but if one grasps the theories behind it without worrying too much about the 'time' involved, then it all falls into place in a sort of chronology .

I have no trouble reconciling science and religion. That's one reason I delved into the study of ancient cultures even after I had a Bachelor's degree. The idea that an artist created the Venus de Willendorf more than 25,000 years ago, thousands of years before Venus de Milo was created, challenges me to wonder about the people of those years. We know nothing about them, except for their carvings and drawings on the walls of caves. Yet there it is, a window into the past. A past that is much more recent than what Larry is exploring.

I say let the learning begin. I love logic.

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