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    According to darwinian evolution, cavemen must have sat around looking at their fingers and toes to have come up with a counting system which they could easily use, right?  Then why are the most archaic counting systems base six?  Look at the chaldean system, sexagesimal, and when you see that the chaldean was the same as the egyptian (article #2 at http://IceAgeCivilizations.com), the length of the archaic cubit thereby derived, and base six hindu yugas of time, and the mayan tuns, katuns, and baktuns of time, base six numbers, not base five or ten you’d predict from finger and toe counting evolution, it’s clear that the stars of the constellations are the key to ancient counting, based upon the distances the stars appear to move because of the 72 years/degree wobble rate of the earth’s axis, all dovetailing very nicely with the biblical account.

    And see http://genesisveracityfoundation.com.

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