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16 posted on 11/13/2005 4:16:16 PM PST by PatrickHenry (Expect no response if you're a troll, lunatic, retard, or incurable ignoramus.)
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To: PatrickHenry

This “Theory Explained” for its “misuse” is common for the evolutionist. It is accurate but slick in its presentation. It leaves itself an out if you read it with the word phenomena.

Just because something is observable does not mean it is fully explainable. This is the wiggle room the evolutionist needs to keep their “theory” as the only acceptable form of knowledge describing our origin. Yet in all of this I have never heard why there can be laws of physics that had to be violated to make it possible. The 2nd law of thermodynamics had to be violated for the theory of evolution to move from idea to fact. Things had to go from disorder to order for it to have happened. Oh, I do get “explanations”, but they are point of view, not based upon the law they firmly believe in.

30 posted on 11/13/2005 4:28:45 PM PST by ICE-FLYER (God bless and keep the United States of America)
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CrevoSci threads for the past week:

  1. 2005-11-13 Intelligent Design Grounded in Science
  2. 2005-11-13 Intelligent Design, Part 1
  3. 2005-11-13 Pope states the universe is a product of an 'intelligent project'
  4. 2005-11-13 Santorum: Don't put intelligent design in classroom
  5. 2005-11-12 [Kansas Gov. Kathleen] Sebelius criticizes State Board of Education's move [new science standards]
  6. 2005-11-12 ID [Intelligent Design] Opens Astronomer’s Mind to Universe’s Surprises
  7. 2005-11-11 A revolution for evolution - Intelligent design must not replace hard science in classrooms.
  8. 2005-11-11 Dover results disputed: School board candidate says machine was faulty
  9. 2005-11-11 FR Debate: Intelligent Design vs. Birth Defects, Can They Be Reconciled?
  10. 2005-11-11 Potential Origins of Europeans Found
  11. 2005-11-11 The Real Evil of Evolutionary Humanism
  12. 2005-11-10 Culture War Briefing, weekday news guide
  13. 2005-11-10 Fossils of fierce-looking dinosaur found in Argentina (Godzilla)
  14. 2005-11-10 Is Intelligent Design a Bad Scientific Theory or a Non-Scientific Theory?
  15. 2005-11-10 Kansas educators clear way for evolution criticism
  16. 2005-11-10 Pat Robertson has a message for Dover, PA: Don't ask God to help.
  17. 2005-11-10 Pat Robertson Warns Pa. Town of Disaster
  18. 2005-11-10 US states divide over creationism [the view from the UK]
  19. 2005-11-10 Why the conspiracy theorizing about theories? (Freeper op-ed)
  20. 2005-11-09 Anti-Evolution School Board Ousted
  21. 2005-11-09 Dover CARES sweeps election (Intelligent Design loses big)
  22. 2005-11-09 Evolution Suffers Kansas Setback
  23. 2005-11-09 Gigantic Apes Coexisted With Early Humans, Study Finds
  24. 2005-11-09 'Intelligent Design' Wins In Kansas
  25. 2005-11-09 Patent issued for anti-gravity device
  26. 2005-11-09 Science to ride gravitational waves
  27. 2005-11-09 Shifting Icebergs May Have Forced Penguin Evolution
  28. 2005-11-09 Shifting Icebergs May Have Forced Penguin Evolution
  29. 2005-11-08 Bloodthirsty 'Vampire' Spider Found
  30. 2005-11-08 Down for the Count (Sleep & Evolution)
  31. 2005-11-08 Federal lawsuit could follow board vote [Evolution in Kansas & Dover]
  32. 2005-11-08 Kansas education board downplays evolution
  33. 2005-11-08 Kansas State Board Approves Teaching Standards Skeptical of Evolution
  34. 2005-11-08 Math problems too big for our brains
  35. 2005-11-08 RATE research reveals remarkable results—a fatal blow to billions of years (Evolution loses)
  36. 2005-11-08 The 'Vatican' Endorses 'Darwin'? ['Vatican' has done no such thing
  37. 2005-11-07 [Kansas] Board Votes on Evolution (Tomorrow, NOV 8 - Teaching I.D. to be approved!)
  38. 2005-11-07 A pope for our times: why Darwin is back on the agenda at the Vatican
  39. 2005-11-07 An Evolutionist's Evolution [Huge exhibit at Museum of Nat. History, NYC]
  40. 2005-11-07 Evolution in the bible, says Vatican
  41. 2005-11-07 Good genes beat good homes as guide to pupils’ school Success
  42. 2005-11-07 Kennewick Man, Meet Your Distant Cousins
  43. 2005-11-07 Prehistoric skull found in dump may be missing common ancestor of apes & humans

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107 posted on 11/13/2005 5:24:01 PM PST by Junior (From now on, I'll stick to science, and leave the hunting alien mutants to the experts!)
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To: PatrickHenry

Thanks for the ping!

256 posted on 11/13/2005 7:33:27 PM PST by Alamo-Girl
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