FISH FOSSILS FOUND FIVE MILES HIGH

Hypothesis and theories do not true science make.

Thoughts and dreams, aside from truth, contribute to true fake!

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Mount Everest highest mountain Himalayan range, you know,

Was five miles below sea level about 10 million years ago.

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Hypothesis and theories science fellows sure have fun,

Desperation for pet theories recently takes quite a run!

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Horse evolving, or the monkey, which is which?  How can you tell?

Horse’s head a whole lot longer, both have tails, I know quite well!

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Yes, there is quite a difference; it is a difference plain to see,

Except for them with the blinding hypothetical theories!

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They have found fossils of sea life on Mount Everest way up there,

Every mountain on this earth will show sea life!  So prepare

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For a practical explanation of how fish swim in the sky!

Flying fishes reaching heights never knew they flew so high.

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Well, they did not!  Old Noah knew when his boat went stratosphere

Air was thin, and he was sober, and he knew what not to fear!

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You all know the Bible history of the flood, just happened once.

God said, “No more,” enough water, but you would have to be a dunce

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To choose Everest five miles under, instead of flood time, five miles high!

Have not seen a mountain growing from an ocean!  Wonder why?

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Ten-thousand years (*) plus Everest up there; twenty-nine thousand feet above,

The sea and all the flying fishes, God put them there!  Why?  Just love, pure love.

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Now I suppose you want proof, talk to God.  He listens!

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(*) Not million

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Sam Cox 09.21.03

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