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Posted by Mohammad Isa Mirsiam on December 15, 2000 05:06:59 UTC

Perhaps what?.....

you wrote:
"your own opinions based on the actual sources you are criticizing. You have never read the Origin
of Species."

Many of us went to the same kind of schools that taught from the same text books which used the same sources of information. If you wish to be technical about things.... alright I will post from original sources because I have some of the books you may be pointing out. (HAVE YOU READ: THE DRAGONS OF EDEN by: CARL SAGAN? it was a best seller and it was all based on theory and was mostly wrong and rejected by Sagan himself later in his life.)

"So when you say it is wrong, you don't know what you are saying is wrong."


"How about writing an opinion that is based on information for a change and not some half cooked
up theory that is displayed on the web."

What is on the web is usually available through libraries and through book stores in hard text too. Would you have us all believe everything that you may be cooking up too? or cross-examining what your propaganda of disbelief is all about. Let us not revert back to name calling Rich! Name calling is shallow to say the least.

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