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Posted by S.H. Le on November 4, 1999 21:20:19 UTC

"Is evolution true? And what do you mean that by the word evolution? Is the prove of micro evolution the same as macro evolution? What barriers might hinder macro evolution that would not hinder microevolution? Is there any evidence of an organic soup? How much soup would have to be present to give probability a chance to work out a natural origin of life? Is evolution a Myth?"

By the same token then, is creationism true? Evolutions, it it's most general sense is simply change. Things evolve constantly. The atheist believes that all things, matter and life included are ever changing forms, in a universe that always existed and probably always will. I'll remind you that Creationism is in fact no a theory, as it rests solely on the attempt of debunking evolution, and making predictions. The ability to make predictions is essential to a theory, as it is an indicator of whether or not the theory is correct. That is what creationism lacks, because it makes no predictions, and is hence unfalsafiable. That is an unscientific approach.

"I hope to address the posts about my questions and answers at a later time."

Okay, see ya then.

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