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Posted by Scott Abernathy on May 17, 2002 15:46:10 UTC

"Are you ever sure you have it right?"

Finally, you are making sense. The answer is no. Starting to get the picture? Science is not meant to prove things in terms of absolutes. It is devised to be able to support certain theories with tangible evidence.

You say microevolution exists, right. You say that all dogs today "evolved" from a dog on Noah's ark some 6,000 years ago, right. With this world view in mind - what do you think life will look like in another million years? Do you think if life continues to microevolve for another million years that species will be wholly different than they are today. Is it possible for new species to form if the earth's atmosphere and climate continue to change over a million years? Or do you think the rapture will happen before that. Even if the earth is 6,000 years old - what about the future of species evolution. You say you agree with microevolution over 6,000 years, but what about microevolution over a million years. What does creation predict about the future of the earth? Is it based on scripture? I hope it is not, because that is not science. According to one of your websites, science must be predictive. What say you about this?


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