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Posted by Sam Patterson on October 11, 2002 21:09:40 UTC

"In the end, you don't care about what science believes, just as long as it does not deny the biblical record. This is why creationists could give a hoot about much of physics. It is only wrong when it interferes with your biblical interpretations. This is why astrophysics is rejected, and nuclear physics is fine. You don't care how many nuclear bombs physicists might make on the planet, but you sure the heck care if they hypothesize an ape ancestory to humans."

Let me re-write part of this. Here is your second sentence:

This is why creationists (I am making an assumption that all creationist fight evolution an do not contribute diddly-squat to the scientific community) could give a hoot about much of physics.

You are assuming creationist live for the sole purpose of disproving evolution. Is this true? The answer is a resounding NO!!!!! There are many scientist who believe in creation, and are contributing to the scientific community. For example, I recentally read an article about a scientist who believes in creation, and is one the few scientist who is developing kevlar. There are many examples of this.

I can't believe you are still arguing this big-animal-on-the-ark arguement. I've shown you this one-hundred times.


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