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There is nothing wrong with science "true science that is".
Darwinism is quack science. After 150 years true scientists keep proving him wrong. He was nothing but a local nobody trying to make a name for himself. Anybody teaching Darwinism should be run out of town.

DON, topix 30 Comments [1/30/2009 10:28:48 PM]
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Illuminatalie

Poe

1/30/2009 10:29:36 PM

aaa

What do you know about science?

1/30/2009 10:36:30 PM

DevilsChaplain


1/30/2009 10:39:08 PM

Dexter

Says who?

1/30/2009 11:17:25 PM

rw23

Arsewank.

1/30/2009 11:40:46 PM

Atheist In A Foxhole

Stoopid

1/31/2009 12:28:23 AM

tracer

Where "true scientists" are defined as "Those few people with a college degree who still support Creationism."

1/31/2009 12:38:18 AM

Lainey

Are Creationists going to come to their senses within my lifetime, do you think? I'm 30. Reading this crap all the time, and having friends who don't believe in evolution because their daddy or pastor said not to, makes me sad. :o(

1/31/2009 12:38:26 AM

Affine Connection

Biology isn't science? Who knew?

1/31/2009 12:45:38 AM

Devonian

"Are Creationists going to come to their senses within my lifetime, do you think?"
They've been at it for 150 years, I wouldn't bet on it...

Proof:
http://chem.tufts.edu/AnswersInScience/demise.html

1/31/2009 1:00:25 AM

Old Viking

Yes, Don, yes. You're absolutely right. <pats top of Dan's head>

1/31/2009 1:34:48 AM



Ya can bray it all day long, it still won't be true.

1/31/2009 4:28:41 AM

LOLWUT

I don't find your evidence compelling, DON. I'm sure you understand.

1/31/2009 4:32:30 AM

Chris

Ya know DON is right? Science can offer nothing but evidence to support Darwinism.

1/31/2009 4:57:17 AM

Grimesy

All together now: THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS DARWINISM!

1/31/2009 5:49:58 AM

Undecided

I always wonder what people mean by Darwinism. Do they mean evolution as Darwin proposed it? Do they mean the body of research inspired by Darwin?

1/31/2009 6:34:58 AM

Hakar

Sounds like an argument someone might have used, say, 140 years ago.

1/31/2009 6:46:10 AM

TheDoc

That was an interesting revelation, DON. Thank you for that.

1/31/2009 7:08:20 AM

Thinking Allowed

What is darwinism?

1/31/2009 7:29:09 AM

Lulzmonger

Hurrdurrhurrr...

1/31/2009 3:30:48 PM

agentCDE

[citation needed]

2/1/2009 12:56:03 AM



I will never understand you guys and your rabid hatred for a man who died over 120 years ago.

2/1/2009 1:07:58 AM

Zoo

Natural selection has been everything but disproven. That was Darwin's most important contribution. In the intervening time we've refined our knowledge of how natural selection works, and identified other types of selection and how they work.

Everything else? Well, consider the technology, techniques and knowledge he had to work with at the time. He was on the right track in many cases, even if he wasn't quite right. The process of science is to take what we think we know and try to prove it wrong. If we do prove it wrong, we come up with other possible explanations and try to prove them wrong. If we can't we tentatively accept those ideas as true, until we either have lots of evidence to support them (and even then we don't quit looking for that one case that will make us revise them) or find the case that disproves them. All of our theories are open to question at all times; they, unlike a certain book I know of, are not set in stone. You can't just wish them overturned though, especially with mountains of evidence to support them. You have to bring scientifically valid (non-supernatural, repeatable) evidence to the table. Do that and we'll take you seriously. Nobody's done that yet.

2/1/2009 3:32:55 AM

Random Man

"Anybody teaching Darwinism should be run out of town."

You need to outnumber us for that to happen.

2/1/2009 6:21:35 AM

John-in_Oz

You can prove 'Darwinism' isn't a religion by the fact they don't kill heretics.

2/1/2009 1:17:27 PM
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