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To: mlc9852

There is no serious debate in the scientific community. The fact that a fraction of one percent of all scientists put their religious beliefs before their job doesn't change the fact that the debate has been settled in any meaningful sense of the word.

Students should only hear the sides for which there is evidence. This is a science class, after all. Science requires evidence.

Once ID has some actual hard evidence to back it up, then we can talk. But I won't hold my breath. It's been a couple thousand years, and still nobody's been able to find any.


141 posted on 10/07/2005 3:17:48 PM PDT by highball ("I find that the harder I work, the more luck I seem to have." -- Thomas Jefferson)
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To: highball

You refuse to see the evidence in any other light except that which would bolster your theory. Hardly a scientific approach.


145 posted on 10/07/2005 3:35:13 PM PDT by mlc9852
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