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Posted by M.W.Pearson on October 16, 2002 18:40:42 UTC

Aurino wrote:
"Any person whose understanding of the world relies on the truth of Darwinism is just traveling first-class on the same boat where the creationists are traveling coach. I find the whole deal funny."

Although I don't think you have a coherent world view that differs from mainstream biology,
if you do, let's hear it now.
Darwin didn't believe in Darwinism. He was, however, interested in biology. Along with that, as persons do, he added a trunkload of conjecture that is now moth-eaten.

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