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Message 226 of 295 (311770)
05-14-2006 3:56 PM
Reply to: Message 225 by brianforbes
05-14-2006 3:24 PM

Re: Misunderstandings
brianforbes, you stated
A good 3/4 of what I've written was not told to me by anyone, at least not that I remember. I made it up.
Are you really trying to say that you alone are more capable of drawing scientific conclusions about science than practicing scientists? Or are you trying to say something else?
You've also stated (and I paraphrase) that if you used the evidence in this debate you would lose the debate. If you, with your inherent, anti-evolution bias, can see that the evidence is so strong, is it ethical to assert it is skewed? Why not show it is skewed and show how it is skewed?

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