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Author Topic:   Do mathmatics disprove evolution?
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Message 11 of 11 (28430)
01-05-2003 1:22 AM
Reply to: Message 1 by AstroMike
12-22-2002 4:35 PM

Originally posted by AstroMike:
I don't think so, despite what this says.

Mathematics can't disprove evolution, but it doesn't help the idea of a casual evolution through natural selection. I'm starting a quarrel about this in my post "Blind Evolution".

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