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Do You Always Take His Comments Seriously?

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Posted by Mikey Pearson on August 14, 2003 22:03:53 UTC

I asked for a citation on his assertion that he has an inkling -- nay, a factual assertion! -- about the change in number of species on Earth since 20,000 years ago. You chose to "agree" and "disagree" with Yanniru on this, but also provided no citation. That is certainly civil
of you. Don't want to scare the old man.

And your opinion of Evolution has been, "the Bible account seemed to fit the data better" than evolution... according to what you wrote at So what makes you even weigh in on
the change in numbers of species since 20,000 years ago? I think it's inconsistent, but you could clarify here. Some mighty clever obfuscation has been seen on this site, so be clever if you will.

Duane Eddy also wrote:
"I Do Not Always Agree With Yanniru But I Do take his comments very seriously."
Do you take the following post by Yanniru "seriously?"

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