What does authentic (genuine) and down to earth mean to you? Please describe an example where you have demonstrated being authentic (genuine) or down to earth.?

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Answered: What does this asa mean for example... John Smith asa Michael Jones

I think you mean aka or a.k.a. which means "also known as".

Answered: How can you tell if sports memorabilia is authentic?

Gauge the willingness of sellers to communicate about their methods of procurement. A nervous seller who does not want to speak about the history of his sports memorabilia may be peddling illegitimate items. Step 2 Remain cautious about reprints, prints and copies of signatures to avoid buying ...

Answered: How old is the earth

A little over 6,000 years! http://creation.com/age-of-the-earth

Answered: What does PSA mean

PSA (medical term) is a test for Prostate-Specific Antigen. A high number indicates probable prostate cancer. PSA (Airline) was Pacific Southwest Airlines, now part of US Airways. There's also another regional carrier named PSA, also part of US Airways.

Answered: Is global warming a genuine threat to the planet earth

No,scientists has proven that global warming is not a major threat as many believe.
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