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Posted by Harvey on September 18, 2002 15:05:52 UTC

These are individuals who graduated from accredited institutions. Some, it appears, published in accredited journals. What I'm asking is evidence for a 6,000 year universe, earth, and biological lifeforms (i.e., special creationism). I don't care if the late Stephen Jay Gould published such evidence (even though he was a great evolutionist), I want to see your evidence. If you really want your science-related position to be taken seriously (and not ignored as pre-scientific/fanatical religious position), then you can show evidence to the contrary that provides strong evidence to support special creationism (notice, this is not the same as showing problems for evolution). This evidence must come from accredited journals, otherwise it is not reputable.

You wouldn't list yourself as a creation scientist would you? Why? Because you haven't graduated from an accredited program with a Ph.D. Similarly, we shouldn't accept evidence published in non-accredited publications.

Warm regards, Harv

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