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Re: [creationevolutiondebate] Digest Number 1718

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  • Paul Andrew King
    ... Read the last two posts I supplied. -- -- The T ang emperors were strong believers in the pills of immortality. More emperors died of poisoning from
    Message 1 of 1 , Mar 30, 2003
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      > >Michael: 50 million births is the average number of births per step.
      >>What is wrong with that?
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      >Paul: Nobody said that there was anything wrong with that. What *is*
      >wrong
      >is Spetner's abuse of the number. If you cannot defend Spetner's
      >argument at least have the honesty to admit that he was wrong.
      >
      >Michael: Spetner uses the figure of 50 million births per step to
      >calculate the chance of a mutant appearing in one step. What's wrong
      >with that?

      Read the last two posts I supplied.
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      "The T'ang emperors were strong believers in the pills of
      immortality. More emperors died of poisoning from ingesting minerals
      in the T'ang than in any other dynasty" - Eva Wong _The Shambhala
      Guide to Taoism_

      Paul K.
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