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Message 129 of 223 (343275)
08-25-2006 10:44 AM
Reply to: Message 127 by Faith
08-25-2006 10:24 AM

Re: Trade-offs
faith writes:
Science is phenomena, is facts. Evolution is theory, is interpretation.
How long have you been posting here, Faith? Again and again the same old "not a fact but a theory" canard.
ALL science is based on theories that are used to explain observed facts. Evolution IS science. The fact that you think otherwise is of absolutely no consequence.
Edited by RickJB, : No reason given.

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