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Posted by Sam Patterson on September 14, 2002 02:31:59 UTC

"Oh wow, once in a while, though, I get embarrassed because the Creationist information isn't always up-to-date. One time I posted some information about moon dust that I thought disproves the age of the universe as billions of years old. Boy, did those evolutionists tear my head off. For some reason the creationists at that site forgot to pull the discredited information off the web."

You too? J\k. Acutally the web-site I posted was a creationist showing how it was invalid to use that argument. Not what you said.

"Hmmm... maybe I should go into biology or something and study evolution in college?"

That's what I'm doing. I'm taking Geology at a local community college. And yes, it is evolution.

"I was thinking about buying a book on evolution, but some of it is way beyond me in understanding it."

I have several books on evolution, including 'The Orgin of Species'. How many books on creation have you read?

"Don't be fooled by woodpeckers..."

Speaking of those, that was the original post, wasn't it? But instead of arguing about those, you go on about those stupid creationist. Hmm....


Sam, KC2GWX

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