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RE: RE: Genesis Implies Evolution?

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Posted by S.H. Le on October 3, 2000 05:24:07 UTC

Thanks fella, i appreciate the gesture, but i find my "to read list" keeps growing faster than i can keep up. Especially seeing as I`m desperately trying to struggle to keep up in my classes... damn, just keeping up with what`s happening on this forum is tough.

Anyway, I`m aware of the complexity involved in the issue of the origin of the universe. Difficult job those physicists have performing experimentation to find causual relationships to figure out just exactly happened so many billion years ago. However, I simply can`t see how anyone can deny the existence of evolution however... "change is the only universal constant". It may be cliche, but it doesn`t mean it can`t be true.

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