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Posted by Sam Patterson on May 31, 2002 16:40:06 UTC

"The two of you are so blinded by naive views of the world that neither of you will ever be taken seriously in the professional world."

Thank you for speaking for the entire professional world.

"As much as you think creationism is making headway, I assure you that it is not even close to being taking seriously by the scientific community."

Thank you for speaking for the entire scientific community.

"Yes your list of "scientists" is quite impressive, but those people are probably like yourself - looking to destroy evolutionary theory rather than come up with a viable SCIENTIFIC alternative."

They have come up with a viable scientific theory. But you obviously ignored it. "The Genesis Flood" was a scientific book, no matter if YOU laugh at it. There are viable SCIENTIFIC alternatives to evolution. The reason why many try to destroy evolution is because creation is the only other theory of how this universe came about (At least for now). Do you think there is another alternative to evolution than creation?
If so, show me. KC2GWX

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