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aristarchus
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Message 5 of 138 (194315)
03-25-2005 1:30 AM
Reply to: Message 1 by simple
03-24-2005 10:10 PM


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My initial reaction, when reading about this find, was how exciting it was that a discovery was made that opened doors to new areas of knowledge about the past. My second thought was, "boy, I bet the creationist are going to have a field day with this." And that it what's so pernicious about the creationist movement. You can't make new discoveries or correct mistaken beliefs without someone trying to make the claim that everything else is completely invalid.
On one hand creationist accuse scientists of hiding any data that puts evolution in doubt, then turn around and depend upon science to make discoveries that fuel their flame. It seems that creationists should either admit that new discoveries such as this don't harm evolutionary theory, or admit that they were wrong about there being a scientific coverup.
" How could soft tissue last 70 million years? It couldn't."
Could you please tell me how long soft tissue can survive? Then tell me, from what scientific studies you got your answer?

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aristarchus
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Message 9 of 138 (194360)
03-25-2005 3:47 AM
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03-25-2005 3:40 AM


Re: black helicopters
"After all, what do you think is going on, some kind of conspiracy?"
No I don't. I have seen many comments from creationists, however, implying there is.

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