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Posted by Duane Eddy on August 11, 2003 01:10:22 UTC

So because evolution it is mentioned in a biochemistry textbook it is proof that the evolutionary idea is necessary for the development of medicines?

That’s a hard pill to swallow.

If we were biogenetically designed by space aliens, and not a result of natural selection would that have prevented the development of medicines or would they would have been developed anyway?

My problem is the lack of logical basis for the evolutionary theory.

The laws of physics indicate that all systems
progress toward disorder.

DNA information indicates that we did not mutate from another species.

The fossil record doesn’t support evolution either.

The more I look for a logical proof the more I am amazed at its absence considering the prevalence of its acceptance.

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