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Posted by Sam Patterson on June 4, 2002 16:14:40 UTC

"For one, there isn't a clear line between science done in the pursuit of technology and science done in the pursuit of understanding evolutionary processes. As Richard is well aware of, geological research depends on an evolutionary framework, as does biological research, physics, and a number of other technology-generating fields of science. Destroy the framework of evolution, and you leave science inept."

This is completely wrong. Do you think that creation scientist only argue with evolution? They are scientist! I just read an article the other day about a creation scientist who is working to improve the kevlar in military helmets. Is he halting scientific advancment? Your theory of what would happen is completely ridiculous!! KC2GWX

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