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Posted by Richard Ruquist on February 19, 2002 15:26:39 UTC

The logic is in disagreement with established science.



Black holes and dark matter are not the same thing. Is the implication here that there is neither black holes nor dark matter? If so, then neither is true. If it is that dark matter depends on black holes, then that is also incorrect as the creation of black holes from collapsing stars is established theory.




This is consistent with evolution as all life evolved from the oceans. But you seem to use it to mean that humans were creted as themselves without any prior beings that evolved into humans. That is both inconsistent with established science and a poor interpretation of the scripture in my opinion.

If you rendition of Islamic beliefs is accurate, then Islam is doomed because science cannot flourish in such an anti-science environment. And history has made it clear that the best science always wins. When Islam had the best science, it nearly took over the entire world. But then it seemingly gave up on science and it has been losing ever since, and finally was colonized by nations with better science.

Regards,

Richard

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