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GUEST,Pete from seven stars BS: The Pope in America (1751* d) RE: BS: The Pope in America 31 Oct 15


Part 2 bill. The fact that only small changes contained within a type of organism indeed does not ...disprove...evolutionism, but it sure don't prove it. It is however an unwarranted connect to say those changes can account for microbes to man concept. As you say, all those creatures did,nt die in places where you could dig them up and line up the transitional links, so I suppose you have to imagine them. I was aware btw, that evolutionism postulates a bush (tree-Darwin?) rather than straight lines. But as you say there is evidence of links in our own supposed ape to man, please do tell me what they are. I am sure you know there have been many before that have gone into the evolution dustbin , but if you got something that does fill the gaps.... Chances are, it will either be ape or human, and if you can point me to an evolutionary bush that has not got lots of dotted lines indicating tenuous linkages....ie imagined...         You say I am committing a fallacy by describing your evolutionism as a faith position. Till you demonstrate otherwise I don't think so. And the logical conclusion of science would be that which accords with observable, testable,repeatable experiment, something not amenable to origins science, so the equivocation is rather yours.




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