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I Will Admit That Evolution Seems To Have Driving Force

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Posted by Mario Dovalina on July 7, 2001 13:49:11 UTC

For example, the echolocation systems of a bat. I doubt that all the independent biological systems required for effecient echolocation (sensitive ears, advanced direction-deriving, the mechanics to produce the clicks, etc.) all evolved independently. That would be like a tornado moving through a junkyard and assembling a working 747.

But I don't apply this organized development to any god, especially not one described in any organized religion. That would be leaping to conclusions. Mostly, when I argue against God's existence, I argue against the existence of a dogmatic god, not some mysterious external creative element. It may exist. But saying it does is self-delusion.

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