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RE: RE: Evolution

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Posted by Aragorn on October 13, 2000 15:24:56 UTC

Well I see that my Christian heritage isn`t completely supported by the likes of someone who isn`t even educated enough to learn to use grammer properly. But for the sake of arguement. At the beginning of your responce you know that part where objectivity wasn`t replaced with bigotry. You asked how we could do such a thing. Well first off I`m no mathematician so I couldn`t tell you. But they`re the greatest "bashers" of evolution. That isn`t to say that they support creation it just tells how unlikely it is for evolution to be the source of creation. Secondly I don`t see how technology and God interact in the way you are saying so I must assume that you know nothing of God and thus your opinion is highly uneducated. Before you go and tell me how foolish I am for believing in God maybe you`d like to look at your own belief in science. For instance could you tell me how life started. To me the idea of a Creator is the most simple thing I can think of therefore according to your use of Occams Razor it should be the one that is correct. And could you tell me how we got that formula on how to determine the probablity for life on other planets. To me it seems as though you are basing your concept of life on what we describe as life. What if we found life on say Mercury. You would say thats not possible do to gravty, air pressure, distance to the sun, and a great many other things. It is however possible that there could be and that it flourishes there why because it was always there and it is perfectly adapted to that climate. And out of curiosity could you tell me what religion all of the greatest of scientists have been? I could be wrong but I believe that they were Christians. As an aside the possible + the infinte = the necessary. So according to that it is easily possible for there to be an infinite amount of ET`s. However since you vaunted science says that the universe is limited the conecpt of evolution would fail if we found other life forms that were at our level. But we have digressed. I would like to remind everyone including myself that this is on evolution not creation.

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