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Posted by Woodrow on November 9, 2016, 7:47 am
The long lived antideluvians recorded in Genesis were championed by Methuselah who lived 969 years as recorded in Gen.ch.5. That on itself is incredible though Creationists fully support that reading. However, dental science can't. Humans generally only get two sets of teeth in a lifetime, the first set is replaced in adolescence and the second set has to last the rest of your life. This fact has made the denture industry possible. Without teeth, the first stage of digestion is not possible unless someone chews food for you and adds saliva to aid digestion (this still happens in tribal societies today). If Methuselah lived that long he would have needed a chewer after his teeth wore out probably in his second century along with his chewers losing their teeth eventually and so as the population aged, the chewing jobs increased inversely proportional to all the oldies (chewers included) until the flood drowned them all (except of course Noah [600 yrs] and his family) Not sure who chewed Noah's food but he seemed be able to make coherant utterances despite missing his teeth.
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