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Posted by Aaron Viviano on October 13, 2002 17:22:38 UTC

"There are exceptions to every theory and equation in science. Many of these exceptions are unexplained, and sometimes require speculation on the part of scientists with the hope of uncovering a legitimate reason for the exceptions. What you do not cite is the scientific publication where these exceptions are cited (i.e., peer reviewed), and we do not know if this research has already been adequately answered."

So basically this is how you try to push under the rug every evidence for creation.

"Rather than try to explain how radiometric dating can be so accurate given the cross references"

The same cross referencing technices that found one part of a mamoth 25,000 years old and the other part 45,000 years old.

"So, don't even bother with science."

Wasn't something along these lines told to Einstein?

"your home schooling indoctrination."

Funny recent research shows those home schooled are surpassing those in public school by leaps and bonds....

"All I can say is that your parents succeeded in brainwashing you through home schooling."

I'm in public school, however if this is directed at just Sam then never mind.

-Aaron

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