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Author Topic:   A Creationist's view of Natural Limitation to Evolutionary Processes (2/14/05)
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Message 133 of 218 (331668)
07-14-2006 12:52 AM
Reply to: Message 132 by inkorrekt
07-13-2006 11:37 PM


Evolutionary Heirarchy?
inkorrect writes:
Everyone here who has questioned me regarding the hierarchy does not seem to have noticed the scale in basic text books on biology where man is listed on the top.
I haven't noticed that "scale" at all. Could you give us a reference? Something from a "basic textbook on biology" where there is a "heirarchy" with man at the top?
My understanding is that we are at the end of a branch - and there is no way to predict where that branch will go next.
What can we predict? Suppose we find a fork in the bush that separates into mammals and non-mammals. We can predict that man will be a twig somewhere down the mammal branch, cows will be another twig somewhere on that branch, and so on.
ID is being asked to predict something similar - in species that already exist, not in species that might exist sometime in the future. ID is being asked to "design" a bush of its own.

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