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Posted by Ian on May 17, 2002 19:06:59 UTC

... supports the theory of evolution. And, like I said, the majority of scientists believe that evolution happened, is happening and will happen as time goes on.

If you argue that God could have created a nebula, why couldn't I argue that some other religion claims that their supreme being created the nebula.

The problem with these arguments is that there can be no independent confirmation that either one is correct. Creationism doesn't hold up to the facts that we observe. We are constantly getting more and more facts and they continually find a way to fit very neatly into the theory of evolution.

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