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Here Is What I Would Say (if You Said That To Me)

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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on October 4, 2002 18:08:36 UTC

Aaron:"... as you can the halos found in granite do not allow for a slow development of the earth..."

Me: "?"

Aaron: "Your evidence?"

Me: " Whatever we are discussing, the ideas in the evidence belong to everyone unless copyrighted or patented...and of course, we should use proper attribution and citations where it serves clarity and ensures professional standards of credit and networkability!"

Aaron: "Why are you insulting me?"

Me: "Please conduct a systematic review of our exchange and take note of your chief examples. Be sure not to seek only self-serving evidence, for
in science, argument is not a recreation or political gain but serious business of truth-finding, and if you don't try to understand the other side of your question, then it will appear to be the same as dishonesty."

In answer to your question about life originating from nonlife: The same question applies to God.
I am not denying God created life. However,
evolution appears certainly to have occurred with our without a light guiding hand.

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