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Darwin wasn't even a scientist... There are simply too many gaps in the fossil records to prove Darwinian evolution. Many scientists today say that Darwins ideas are hypothetical at best

PCenfuego, Internet Infidels 5 Comments [11/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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God

He's a lot closer to the truth than that old book I wrote. Evidently none of you humans got the memo that it was a metaphor, so scientists had to spade out the exact source code of the Universe. You may interpret evolution literally.

3/18/2007 10:24:08 PM

Blue Lithium

Note to fundie: Kent Hovind doesn't count as a scientist...

3/18/2007 10:26:42 PM

PirateFaafy

And guess what, if you find a fossil, it's not a gap anymore! So there will always be gaps until there's only one left! And even then we'll need transition fossils through those 'cause we're in denial! CHECKMATE, ATHEISTS.

6/24/2008 10:17:29 PM

Sentry Gun

The bloody pope admitted evolution was "more than just a theory".

"Darwin wasn't even a scientist."
Darwin, by using the scientific method, made himself a scientist. That's as simple as that.

"There are simply too many gaps in the fossil records to prove Darwinian evolution."
When there are gaps, then we have to extrapolate. What is funny is how new fossils often match the extrapolations. What is also funny is how when it doesn't match, the scientific community is able to accept its errors and correct the tree of life. Another funny thing: Darwin works were based on compared anatomy. Fossils just tend to confirm his theory, just like genetics, or other study fields.

"Many scientists today say that Darwins ideas are hypothetical at best"
If by "many" you mean "less than 5% of the scientists that work in the biological field", then I guess you're right.


12/21/2011 9:15:22 AM

Quantum Mechanic

Actually you aren't even stupid.

6/28/2012 6:35:19 AM
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