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Re: Regression Is More Plausible?

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Posted by Mohammad Isa Mirsiam on December 14, 2000 18:59:23 UTC

How can you improve on perfection? (something that is made perfect from the beginning!) Would you say that you would be better off with six or seven fingers on each hand etc.?

No one said that all things regress. Only those living things that are put under certain conditions (i.e. poor nutrition or poisoned in some way) may regress naturally. (i.e. the more you study the better you will understand the things you study and the less you study the less you are able to understand those who know otherwise) (by the same token we are what we absorb mentally and physically) 'There is an evolution in the things that are created but within their own parameter of species.' Religious teachings do not dispute this; as a matter of fact they state it.

Animals that do not adapt do go extinct. Humans who do not adapt to the conditions of their environment also die. By the same token those humans who regress are most likely to die because they put themselves or others under conditions that are less than ideal for living in or for their lives to exist in.

If I write from other sources you complain that I do not write my own words. If I write from existing sources you complain that I use other peoples findings. What would YOU have me write? Anything you say to me to write?

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