So how different is the genome secquence of dust?
Good article Dave, bump.
Well that one crossed my eyes. I had to slow down my reading.
I did find it very interesting.
Had lunch a couple of weeks ago...he is a brilliant scientist.
Creationists believe that God made Adam directly from the dust of the earth just as the Bible says.Hmmm ... this guy is inventing 'breeds' (i.e., 'creationaists'); for years the debate was whether or not the evolutionary process was the one that got us here, as there is no serious argument that we are indeed here. The other side of the coin (to evolution) was changelessness, but, with the flood of 'lesser faiths' making their primitive voices heard this issue of 'creationism' was manufactured to give light to an 'intermediate' (developing, as in progressing, as kind of like the reformation) viewpoint. One day, maybe, they will become enlightened to see the whole picture instead of just a small part ...
David A. DeWitt, Ph.D., director, Center for Creation StudiesI wonder, is DeWitt in denial about nature having a propensity for desiring compound formation in certain regular, repeatable patterns?
Just a general question.
Extrapolating that 'up a bit', so too nature would have a propensity for creating biological organisms along certain predictable, and common forms or types, given enough time.
Does he deny ANY type of change is possible in organisms given changes in environmental changes (temps, location, etc)?
Furthermore, does he deny any reflection in the offspring that those organisms might have, you know, dominant genes vesus recessive gene allowing certain offspring to have built-in advantages on living and chasing prey or hiding from enemies?
Just curious ...
Human Ancestors Went Out Of Africa And Then Came Back... 
ScienceDaily | Friday, August 7, 1998 | adapted from New York University materials
Posted on 12/17/2007 8:37:11 PM EST by SunkenCiv