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Posted by Sam Patterson on June 4, 2002 17:00:39 UTC

"As I mentioned to Mario (whom I think very well understands this issue, but you do not), a belief in an unobservable is not 'unscientific'."

Not nessaserially unscientific, but you must have faith. That is my point.

"If that were the case, then we would have to admit to being stupified by the operation of the sun. No one has ventured into the core of the sun to observe the nuclear fusion supposedly taking place inside."

No, because we can observe the sun from earth today. Can we observe MACROevolution from earth today?

"The theory of biological evolution does not include cosmology."

Is there a theory of evolution that explains both the universe and life?

My point was you do not know how the universe was started, but you know it did. That requires faith. You do not know how life arose from non-living material, but you know it did. That requires faith. I don't know how you can argue it doesn't!!

Just answer this. Can MACROevolution be observed and repeated in a labratory?

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