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Posted by Sam Patterson on May 21, 2002 16:55:51 UTC

"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?"

In one million years, we will look almost like we do now, and we will have had a significant loss of genetic information. About that dog, all dogs
"evolved" from that dog, but it resulted in a LOSS of genetic information. I don't think that you can use the loss of genetic information as evidence for macroevolution.

"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."

Creation predicts things? I don't really understand what you mean by that. The Bible says someday the earth will be destroyed by fire. Don't know how or when, but it will.

"According to one of your websites, science must be predictive. What say you about this?"

Give me the link. I'd like to see that website.

P.S. Sorry I haven't been posting much recently.
I've been busy. I'm gonna try to respond some more now. KC2GWX 73's

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