Yes, thank you for noticing that. My problem with evolutionary hypothesis that is is bad science.
the half that can't comprehend the details and the actual science involved in actual science
I am not a dumb man, have an applied math degree, and worked all my life gainfully employed in engineering. I can understand a scientific theory when I see one. If you have a logical proof from evidence I will recognize it. When I hear voodoo that masquerades as science I can tell that as well.
When someone who believes that nonsense repeatedly tells me a story about selection of subspecies -- something no one has disputed to be a fact, -- then varnishes it with irrelevant count of some mutations that may or may not have contributed to the selection, which in the lab could have been produced without them, -- then it becomes clear, with repetition, that the actual science is not there, and, further, plain logic is not there. There is a script being read. It's a cult.
It is good that you come to support a fellow Freeper though. The forum benefits from multi-faceted conversations.
Thanks so much for your very kind words, I hugely appreciate them.
My schedule sometimes allows adequate time to do a thought-out response here, and that's time I enjoy and consider well spent.
When you consider my arguments in larger context, remember I am making the case for something called "theistic evolutionism", and that is the teaching of most Christian denominations.
So this is not "believer versus anti-believer".
Curiously, annalex continues to pretend that his (I assume "his" not "her") views are not based on religion, but rather on pure science.
I don't believe that for a second, and I'm anticipating this now lengthy discussion will eventually bring out the truth of it.
Anyway, thanks again!