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crashfrog
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Message 39 of 96 (277923)
01-10-2006 10:29 PM
Reply to: Message 37 by Cold Foreign Object
01-10-2006 10:25 PM


Re: Evolutionists have been trying to set the record straight since the 50s
Darwinists would also like us to forget the fact that the Neander valley was named after Yachim Neander - a Creationist who wrote some of the greatest hymns in the history of the Church.
I didn't know that, but now that I do, I don't see why you'd think that's a fact I'd want anyone to forget. It's a neat little factoid. Spread it around, if you like. Why would you think anyone would care?
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crashfrog
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Message 42 of 96 (277927)
01-10-2006 10:37 PM
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01-10-2006 10:32 PM


Re: Evolutionists have been trying to set the record straight since the 50s
Is "predict" a typo ?
Yes. Sorry; meant "forget".
Is evolution gradual ?
What do you mean by "gradual"? Sometimes it is; sometimes it isn't.
Yes or No will do.
What on Earth makes you think you just asked a yes or no question?

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crashfrog
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Message 83 of 96 (281498)
01-25-2006 11:57 AM
Reply to: Message 82 by CurveballJesus
01-25-2006 11:54 AM


Re: not this again
What if a future race comes along in a million years and finds the remains of Yao Ming?
The odds that they will do so, though, is astronomical. It's a virtual certainty that the remains they find will be from humans of rather average size, so basing a tentative conclusion about the height of a population from one individual isn't as outrageous as you make it seem.
Nobody who does that pretends they have anything definitive, but establishing a tentative range from one individual isn't as invalid as you might think.

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