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Re: Question For My Darwinist Friends

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Posted by Tön on July 16, 1999 17:35:17 UTC

: That there were a lot of dogs in 20/21 century society since a lot of them will be found in cemetaries indicating ritual funerality in our relationship with them.

: By the way, they are all the same species by the 4 most common current taxonomic definitions. Who knows what we'll define them as a million years from now. Maybe we're wrong. ----

Are we assuming here that every record of the past has been diminished and this is a futuristic paleontologist of an intelligent insectizoid specie??

So I am assuming that the question is supposed to shed light to the arguments of the creationists? Alas I see! All those diverse species, such as the variety of our canine friends, is here because of the intervention of a devine specie like us.

All to human presumptions that reeks of arrogance. Is the creator just as vain?

:) Tön

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