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Posted by S.H. Le on October 17, 2000 06:05:54 UTC

Actually, I`ve never learnt more than i have at these debates. Have i ever questioned evolution? Yes. It led me to explore it further, and better understand the fascinating mechanisms involved. Are there anomalies? Absolutely, there are things evolution doesn`t completely explain - as does accompanying any other theory. There`s no theory out there that can account for all the facts we observe in the natural world - the point is we`re doing the best we can, it`s the best we have for time being. It makes a lot more sense in explaining variation in nature than any of the others i`ve seen. You`re right, it is not the cure all panacea, but it is an undeniably useful model.

I don`t see evolution as an extreme. Evolution at the very simplest level means simply change. Things change in the universe, and into different forms.

I see this forum as a wonderful way to test out your ideas. If you screw up, it`s all there for everyone to see. They are mistakes, But you learn from them and they`re necessary.

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