The oldest living organism

The oldest living organism in the world is the bristlecone pine tree, located in the Inyo mountains in eastern California, USA. Tree ring dating indicates the oldest is about 4,300 years in age. Noah’s world wide flood happened about 4,400 years ago. It is no surprise there is no life older than this.
If evolution where true, it is unlikely the oldest living organism would be aged around Noah’s flood. Evolutionists claim a world wide flood is a myth. These tree’s provide additional evidence that the flood is real, it happened, and it shaped much of the world we live in today.

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