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Posted by Sam Patterson on October 24, 2002 18:50:20 UTC

"Nothing in science can be proven!!"

Since you say that nothing can be proven, then you believe evolution could be wrong.

"Because creationism is an absolute and based on the fundamental premise that God does exist it is not valid. It is not falsifiable!"

No. God may not be falsifiable, but creation science is.

The reason you do not want creation science in schools is, presumably, that you believe it is wrong. It is falsifiably, just as evolution.

Since we don't know for sure if either theory is correct, why should we only teach one over another?


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