Try reading some good science books based on peer-review scientific literature; some of you misunderstandings may be corrected.
It ain't true just because it's on the internet; there's lots of tricksters out there with their hands out.
First off, some people here seem to have a problem with me deciding evolution is garbage... well, I'm sorry, but for me it is, you can make up your own minds.
Now quark, no those aren't the only place I'm getting information, however having consumed a lot of stuff I tend to go to creationsafaris... what is it you have a problem with? Their direct quotes? Their links to articles by all the favorite evolutionists in all of their favorite articles, in Science, Nature, etc. etc. etc. etc......
So the "it ain't true just because it's on the internet", would you be referring to all those articles? Whether you agree with the detailed scientific analysis the guy does or not, you can't accuse him of hiding anything from people. Unlike the evolutionsist who think they are "above" seeing another side. This guy links you directly to the articles and breaks them down, and then after each usually gives his analysis. Now I know you guys dismiss everything right away, but don't assume anything out of context. Just because you read one or two posts that don't ammount to much, other times there are extremely detailed analysis...
Anyway, if it's all so non-scientific and so stupid people will go to http://creationsafaris.com/crevnews.htm and decide for themselves? Let people way the evidence and common sense of things and make up their own minds, instead of pushing this as "facts" that constantly get changed... how many ideas about the solar system have been completely changed this year?
Anyway, like I said in my original post.. I didn't come to get in to the old debate of the "facts", that I've done to death before elsewhere... it really doesn't seem worth the time. I just came with a couple of links... people can make what they will of them, or ignore them, or whatever... but don't misrepresent them.