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Author Topic:   Archaeopteryx and Dino-Bird Evolution
Parasomnium
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Message 20 of 200 (250632)
10-11-2005 3:03 AM
Reply to: Message 14 by Springer
10-10-2005 9:01 PM


Re: archaeopteryx is not transitional
Springer writes:
The problem with evolutionists is that they minimize the need for transitional species, when the ToE demands literally millions of them in the past.
Springer, may I suggest you take a look at this thread? Your input would be welcome, provided it addresses the argument I put forward there.

We are all atheists about most of the gods that humanity has ever believed in. Some of us just go one god further. - Richard Dawkins

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Message 117 of 200 (308986)
05-04-2006 6:29 AM
Reply to: Message 112 by Hyroglyphx
05-03-2006 10:29 PM


Re: You confuse very well-known theories and splice conjecture into it
In my best judgement, macroevolution has been falsified. That's where I'm at in my life.
Mmm... I'm beginning to think this 'devolving' idea of yours may have some merit after all. That is to say, some evidence, at the very least.

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