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RE: RE: RE: Brzd Special Continued

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Posted by bzrd on July 6, 2000 17:19:06 UTC

I am not familiar with the book you cited, though I think anyone could come to a similar conclusion with the application of some simple logic. I might point out that material evolution is not a forgone conclusion [at least not in my mind:)], though it is supported by the majority of mainstream scientists and textbook othodoxy. I have yet to encounter anyone who could provide anything other than a theoretical basis whereby evolution [molecs to man] can occur despite the second law of thermodynamics. I am still waiting for my 11 yr old daughter`s room to spontaneously clean itself.

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