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1 posted on 04/02/2007 7:11:03 PM PDT by DaveLoneRanger
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2 posted on 04/02/2007 7:11:48 PM PDT by DaveLoneRanger (As He died to make men holy, let us die to make men free.)
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3 posted on 04/02/2007 7:19:40 PM PDT by To Hell With Poverty (If this city were any 'bluer', it'd be spelled 'bleu'.)
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“...other more ancient humans such as Homo erectus.”

Could this be the source of sexual deviancy? :)

4 posted on 04/02/2007 7:24:48 PM PDT by Mister Da (The mark of a wise man is not what he knows, but what he knows he doesn't know!)
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Uh-Oh! The representative for Geico will not be pleased.


5 posted on 04/02/2007 7:31:24 PM PDT by NicknamedBob (I know where I have gone wrong, and I can cite it, chapter and verse.)
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Almost a photo finish. :’) Thanks for the pings.

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6 posted on 04/02/2007 7:41:03 PM PDT by SunkenCiv (I last updated my profile on Monday, April 2, 2007. https://secure.freerepublic.com/donate/)
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Rule Number 1: Never question the orthodoxy required of the methodological naturalist's cloaked assumptions regarding history. Otherwise you are simply “unscientific” and thereby unworthy of commentary.
7 posted on 04/02/2007 7:42:04 PM PDT by Fester Chugabrew
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To: DaveLoneRanger

More evidence of the rise of China. They also invented gun powder and egg rolls.


9 posted on 04/02/2007 7:43:29 PM PDT by Malesherbes
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Actually, a distributed evolution makes more sense, considering the tight timeline involved in developing intelligence.

Some hybrid vigor could have accelerated the process.

The problem is arranging the frequent family get-togethers.


11 posted on 04/02/2007 7:45:26 PM PDT by NicknamedBob (I know where I have gone wrong, and I can cite it, chapter and verse.)
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To: DaveLoneRanger

Found in China...yeah sure...but there was no China there then.


15 posted on 04/02/2007 8:03:47 PM PDT by eleni121 ( + En Touto Nika! By this sign conquer! + Constantine the Great))
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Don't bother to gloat too much.

Either of these possibilities shows that the "young earth" and "creation some 6000 years ago" ideas are wrong.

And even if both of these possibilities were subsequently shown to be wrong, that doesn't make your particular religious belief true.

Why don't you try to visit your college library, and really look at a few dozen or a few hundred of the technical journals dealing with evolution.

You are not getting a straight story from AnswersinGenesis.

17 posted on 04/02/2007 8:10:22 PM PDT by Coyoteman (Religious belief does not constitute scientific evidence, nor does it convey scientific knowledge.)
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The evos will never get it....


20 posted on 04/02/2007 8:14:39 PM PDT by RaceBannon (Innocent until proven guilty: The Pendleton 8...down to 3..GWB, we hardly knew ye...)
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missing link?


27 posted on 04/02/2007 8:38:54 PM PDT by McBuff
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Why does a skeleton from 40,000 years ago, 20,000 years after our ancestors supposedly left Africa negate that hypothesis, which does not claim that they were the only “humans” around? The fact that some of those people mated with other slightly less-advanced people they encountered is hardly surprising.


29 posted on 04/02/2007 8:47:28 PM PDT by expatpat
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I don’t understand the significance. 20,000 years is plenty of time for humans to migrate from Africa to China.

It doesn’t even have any bearing on the evolution/creation question, as long as you’re not sticking to a 4004 BC creation belief. And then you can just doubt the accuracy of the time measurement.

Mrs VS


33 posted on 04/02/2007 9:01:39 PM PDT by VeritatisSplendor
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37 posted on 04/02/2007 10:11:02 PM PDT by SunkenCiv (I last updated my profile on Monday, April 2, 2007. https://secure.freerepublic.com/donate/)
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The new discovery came after workers stumbled across the bones in Tianyuan Cave, in Zhoukoudian, near Beijing.

Now we'll observe how "expert" scientists stumble across themselves trying to modify their theories.

42 posted on 04/02/2007 11:46:29 PM PDT by taxesareforever (Never forget Matt Maupin)
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Actually, this find and the question it raises doesn’t effect the theory of evolution one way or the other. All it suggests is that the “out of Africa” story may be a simplification that needs to be modified.

The difficulties with a purely material and chance-driven theory of evolution lie elsewhere.


61 posted on 04/03/2007 8:25:18 AM PDT by Cicero (Marcus Tullius)
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I like Chinese thought,
the wisdom that Confucious taught,
if Darwin has anything to shout about,
the Chinese will survive us all
without any doubt!


86 posted on 04/05/2007 6:02:32 AM PDT by jalopeura
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