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Message 52 of 120 (30621)
01-29-2003 11:16 PM
Reply to: Message 51 by Jet
01-29-2003 10:42 PM


"*** LOL .......gotta love crustal plate subduction! The ultimate recycling machine!***"
No, I'd go for creationism. It recycles the same arguments over and over again. Never mind that they have been proven faulty or inaccurate, they continue to reappear from the faithful.

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wj
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Message 97 of 120 (31484)
02-06-2003 12:23 AM
Reply to: Message 96 by Philip
02-05-2003 11:06 PM


Phillip, it seems that you cut'n'pasted a list of "gaps" in scientific theories in June 02. However it appears that you never actually settled on any to discuss further, you simply repeated second-hand bald assertions. Your supposed gaps of scientific credulity are most likely gaps in the scientific understanding of creationists and idists, not the real gaps which you assert.
Feel free to open threads on specific "gaps". It would be more rewarding than arguing theological interpretations and metaphors.
In summary, the "gaps" in the theory of evolution are largely illusory as any analysis of your list would demonstrate. The gaps which remain open for some theists to squeeze their idea of god into are progressively tightening.

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wj
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Message 99 of 120 (31489)
02-06-2003 1:32 AM
Reply to: Message 98 by Philip
02-06-2003 12:55 AM


Phillip, your presumption that there are serious problems with the theory of evolution is incorrect and therefore your conclusion is faulty.
I have invited you to argue any of your "gaps". Further handwaving by you will be ignored.

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wj
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Message 109 of 120 (31630)
02-07-2003 1:14 AM
Reply to: Message 108 by Philip
02-07-2003 12:40 AM


Good, I'll ignore you.

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