Re: [creation_evolution_debate] Re: Not Science vs Religion
- Your quotation is from 1977. Science has, believe it
or not, moved on.
Time to get some new quote Laurie.
--- Laurie Appleton <lappleto@...> wrote:
> Hi John,________________________________________________________________________
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: JP
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Sent: Saturday, November 29, 2003 12:06 PM
> Subject: Re: [creation_evolution_debate] Re: Not
> Science vs Religion
> JP> At 10:35 PM 11/28/2003 +0000, Z wrote:
> > ?> reactions going on in stars to study them?
> Are astronomers
> > > not doing science when they study stellar
> >Certainly they are, and the key word in my claim
> is the
> >noun "observations", not the adjective
> "experimental". Observing the
> >process is the key. We observe stars. We
> observe bones. We don't
> >observe evolution.
> JP> Pay attention to the molecular biological
> literature, Z.
> We *do* observe evolution. Not only do we observe
> it, we can make it happen and make successful
> predictions about it.
> LA> Evolutionist Prof. S.J. Gould has honestly
> admitted that;
> "Paleontologists have paid an
> price for Darwin's argument. We fancy
> ourselves as
> the only true students of life's history, yet
> preserve our favored account of evolution by
> natural selection we view our data as so bad
> we never see the very process we profess to
> (Stephen Jay Gould (Professor of Geology and
> Paleontology, Harvard University),
> erratic pace". Natural History,
> vol.LXXXVI(5), May
> 1977, p.14.)
> LA> "Time is never wasted on the exposure of
> ignorance and error." R.I.P., MCS
> LA> Your ignorance is thus exposed! er.. by the
> way John, do you honestly think that MCS is really
> "Resting In Peace"? Surely you don't subconscionsly
> believe that dead people have any conscious
> feelings, or ANY part of any sort of anything at
> that stage? "Freuding slip"?
> L.K. Appleton
> "The missing link between man and the apes, whose
> absence has comforted religious fundamentalists
> since the
> days of Darwin, is merely the most glamorous of a
> hierarchy of phantom creatures."
> (Newsweek, November 3, 1980)
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