If evo is such an exacting science you could prove your theory in a classroom experiment by causing something to evolve into something entirely different. I'll wait patiently for the results of your proof.
Your statement is not correct, and in fact it is not even logical. Theories in science are not "proven". Moreover, the validity of the theory of evolution does not imply that it should be possible to "cause something to evolve into something entirely different" in a small-scale classroom experiment. In fact, your statement suggests that you do not understand the fundamental attributes of the theory of evolution.
If there was no political bias against ID you wouldn't have to team up with the leftwing demonrats to prevent it from being taught in schools.
I did not claim that there exists absolutely no "political" bias against intelligent design. This does not change the fact that intelligent design is not science, and as such it has no proper place in a science classroom.
posted on 10/25/2006 9:40:46 PM PDT
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So you admit there does exist a political bias against ID being taught in school.
You also admit that evo isn't an exacting science that you can use any standard testing or experiments to prove.
But you also say that ID can't be taught because its not proved to be a science. OooooK.
posted on 10/25/2006 9:50:10 PM PDT
(Demonrats want the Gays out of Congress.....stand back and let them purge their base.)
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