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Posted by Sam Patterson on May 17, 2002 14:45:07 UTC

"Evidence supports a theory."

I agree that evidence does support a theroy.
But not yours! You keep talking about salvation and stuff you don't know about (creation has NOTHING to do with salvation), but the point of this forum (in my mind) is to argue the scientific evidence. So lets argue the evidence.

"Things just aren't that black and white in science (most of the time)."

That is a weird statement. Are you saying that things didn't happen black & white, or are you saying we don't ever know black & white? I agree, you generally change your theory a billion times.
Are you ever sure you have it right? How do you know that the evidence presented in our schools now is going to be taken back it 10 years? And if it is, then will all those people, now grown up,
believe in false evidence? KC2GWX 73's

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