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CK
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Message 106 of 110 (313948)
05-20-2006 4:23 PM
Reply to: Message 105 by iano
05-20-2006 4:21 PM


Re: A cell?? -- who said
Well that's why I use "disprove" rather than disprove - it's not possible.

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iano
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Message 107 of 110 (313953)
05-20-2006 4:27 PM
Reply to: Message 106 by CK
05-20-2006 4:23 PM


Re: A cell?? -- who said
Good. Its always a sensible thing to keep your options as open as you can. "Never say never" and all that. It sure did surprise the Hell (literally (cu)) out of me!
Night CK.

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CK
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Message 108 of 110 (313955)
05-20-2006 4:33 PM
Reply to: Message 107 by iano
05-20-2006 4:27 PM


Re: A cell?? -- who said
Yes who knows - Allah could be true and real.

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Belfry
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Message 109 of 110 (313963)
05-20-2006 5:20 PM
Reply to: Message 102 by mr_matrix
05-20-2006 4:07 PM


Re: A cell?? -- who said
mr.matrix writes:
Hypothesis are accepted, but as long as your hypothesy is not proven, then you have to take into account the opposite hypothesies.
No, hypotheses are tested, not accepted. And they can never be "proven" in science - just supported or refuted by the evidence. I'm not sure what you mean by the "opposite hypothes{es}."
mr.matrix writes:
By the way, their is enough evidence against your so called hypothesis. The sediment layers tell us that the first unicellular life forms were no different from todays cells and bacteria in complexity.
The sediment layers contain early fossils similar to modern unicellular organisms. That is neither evidence for nor against a simpler antecedent. We don't know that those fossils represent the first life forms.
mr.matrix writes:
AS I said, I dont have to worry myself since athiests are unable to fully deny or disprove the existance of God.
They are certainly able to fully deny it - an atheist is, by definition, someone who does so. They can't disprove the existence of gods any more than you can prove the existence of your particular god. It falls outside of what is testable or disprovable - and therefore, outside of the realm of science.
BUT that is, like abiogenesis, off-topic. This forum takes topics seriously, and we can expect to be censured by the administrators shortly, if we continue along these lines despite your self-proclaimed lack of interest.
Edited by Belfry, : typo

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Message 110 of 110 (313965)
05-20-2006 5:35 PM


Extreme topic drift
Recent discussion is not even close to the topic of this thread. Please see Message 1.
If you want to discuss something that is off topic here, then find an appropriate thread, or propose a new thread.


  
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