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Re: One fact supporting creationism

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  • George Spiggott
    ... single ... one ... Creation. When ... Intelligent ... So what is it? Is it the CAPITALS which did the creating?
    Message 1 of 51 , May 1 1:12 AM
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      --- In creationism@yahoogroups.com, Morrowitz@a... wrote:
      > Periodically I like to remind creationists that I have never seen a
      single
      > fact that supports creationism.Note to creationists: Please provide
      one>>
      >
      > Get a pen, ready. Now write this down: CREATION
      >
      > See how easy it was. As you take next breath, thank Him for
      Creation. When
      > you take that last breath, then you can tell Him why you denied His
      Intelligent
      > Design. He'll have a warm welcome for you.

      So what is it? Is it the CAPITALS which did the creating?
    • Dave Oldridge
      ... man ... have ... There isn t really any doubt about this. The skullcap is almost identical in form to that of the Turkana boy, and other very complete
      Message 51 of 51 , May 3 2:48 AM
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        On 2 May 2005 at 14:40, Susan Cogan wrote:

        > > > Neil: You misunderstand science. Science does evidence, not
        > >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
        man
        > >hoax by Sir Conan Doyle,
        >
        > 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" )
        have
        > >been quietly removed from the textbooks,
        >
        > Java Man was probably homo erectus. Many more modern versions

        There isn't really any doubt about this. The skullcap is almost
        identical in form to that of the Turkana boy, and other very
        complete homo erectus remains.


        Dave Oldridge
        ICQ 1800667
        VA7CZ
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