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  • 5 years ago

Is this a new world or old world

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  1. anonymous
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    the answer is that it is relative , it keeps on changing.................

  2. anonymous
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    it's a new world.....because nothing in constant(k)...

  3. anonymous
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    new

  4. A_clan
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    Difficult to say but we are always in a state of transition from old to new.

  5. anonymous
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    You can not say the world is old because, new technology has arrived to make the world new as well as You can not say the world is new because, the landforms,rivers, mountains,seas, islands etc................... are old for example:if you make a new toy ,you say the reaming toy is old

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