Re: One fact supporting creationism
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Morrowitz@a... wrote:
> Periodically I like to remind creationists that I have never seen asingle
> fact that supports creationism.Note to creationists: Please provideone>>
> Get a pen, ready. Now write this down: CREATION
> See how easy it was. As you take next breath, thank Him for
> you take that last breath, then you can tell Him why you denied HisIntelligent
> Design. He'll have a warm welcome for you.So what is it? Is it the CAPITALS which did the creating?
- On 2 May 2005 at 14:40, Susan Cogan wrote:
> > > Neil: You misunderstand science. Science does evidence, notman
> >proof. So scientists argue the evidence until there is so much
> >evidence that the argument stops on its own.
> >Dodged that question eh?
> >Too many missing links and lies for me... like the piltdown
> >hoax by Sir Conan Doyle,have
> nobody knows who perpetrated Piltdown. But it was a hoax
> perpetrated upon Evolutionists. When the technology existed to
> provide Piltdown was fake, evolutionists proved it was fake and
> then publicized it.
> >like the elephant's knee-cap assigned
> >to "Pithecanthropus" in 1926,
> you mean in the infancy of paleoanthropogy and archaeology?
> > or the "Hesperopithecus" tooth of 1922
> >introduced as evidence in the famous Scopes trial, but which
> >turned out to be that of a pig!
> This is false.
> >Others like the DuBois "Java Man"
> >and "Peking Man" (whose remains "mysteriously disappeared" )
> >been quietly removed from the textbooks,There isn't really any doubt about this. The skullcap is almost
> Java Man was probably homo erectus. Many more modern versions
identical in form to that of the Turkana boy, and other very
complete homo erectus remains.