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Posted by Sam Patterson on May 12, 2002 21:00:32 UTC

"I get the impression that you are regurgitating knowledge given to you, but with little understanding of your own."

I'll admit that. After all, I am 16, and learning as fast as I can. :) But I think that applies to
you also. Here are some examples.

"How do you explain inter-species genetic similarities? We share 99% of our DNA with chimps. How can you be 99% chimp and not be related to the chimp? Even our social behaviors are similar. We share 30% of our DNA with HOUSEPLANTS."

I might be wrong, but have you done any DNA comparisons recently? Or did you just take this
evidence and write it down? How do you know that
99% of our DNA is similar? (If you are a scientist who studies this stuff, then....well, I'm wrong on this.)

"How do explain the cosmic microwave background radiation that permeates our universe? Where else do you suggest it came from other than a primordial explosion?"

What do you know about this? Have you read it somewhere, and taken what they said to be true?
(Once again, I hope you are not a scientist in this field!:) )

I'm not saying that your information is bad, but
we both have to trust other scientist to be telling the truth. So until I'm a scientist, I'll
you'll just have to be happy with this.:)

KC2GWX 73's

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