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The physical, chemical, and biological laws that operate today also

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Default The physical, chemical, and biological laws that operate today also



operated in the geologic past.? the foregoing refers to ____________ ???
ptolemy's law
aristotles hypothesis
uniformitarianism
ussher's premise
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