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Verdict in: Darwin's evolution theory confirmed

1/18/2008 07:00 PM EST
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Johnny S.
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re: Verdict in: Darwin's evolution theory confirmed
Johnny S.   1/24/2008 2:09:15 PM
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Fossil record, you say? Funny, we have one. You can visit any historical museum for a sampling, or you can try: http://www.talkorigins.org/faqs/comdesc/section1.html#morphological_intermediates_ex3 or maybe this essay: http://www.talkorigins.org/faqs/faq-transitional/part1a.html#amph1

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truant   1/21/2008 2:46:52 AM
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Are They Nuts?!? If Evolution by either random or deterministic selection was possible.. THERE WOULD BE A FOSSIL RECORD! Try and explain that with a fancy new experiment we're all supposed to swallow just because it got published. Nice. Study genestics and it is obvious to anyone of mean intelligence that so called macro evolution isn't possible.

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