Monday, February 21, 2011

Botany Narration

The largest trees in the world are found in the pacific northwest of the United States of America. They are called giant sequoias and are a kind of redwood. The oldest trees in the world are called bristlecone pines. They are found in California. The oldest bristlecone pine is called Methuselah and it is great evidence for the worldwide flood. Scientists have found out that it is 4,700 years old. Creationists say that is about how long ago the flood happened. The reason this is evidence for the flood is scientists say bristlecone pines could live to be a lot older than that. If the flood never happened we would find many bristlecone pines lots older than 4,700 years but we don’t.

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