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25 S H I P H E R D ' S R E C O R D human history would fit on one sheet.
 

Summary: 25 S H I P H E R D ' S R E C O R D
human history would fit on one sheet.
A 1,000-sheet roll would represent 10
million years. But it would take 450 rolls
of toilet paper end-to-end to get back to
the formation of the earth, some 4.5
billion years ago. Blair uses this point to
illustrate that God cared for creation a
long time before humans were around.
"As Christians, it is our duty and
responsibility to care for God's creation.
The Christian church as a whole needs to
wake up to this call and re-establish its
`creation connection.' Maybe it can start
right here at Babcock. Maybe it can start
within each of us," Blair concludes.
Blair's fear that people might not
survive for the equivalent of even one
more sheet of toilet paper is propelling
him to speak out about the health of the

  

Source: Henry, Richard C.- Department of Physics and Astronomy, Johns Hopkins University

 

Collections: Physics