7th December 2003
yWizePapaSmurfy;3660125Hm, what is that point, I already covered that I cannot possibly prove by the scientific method.
Ok then, as you can't answer to his question we can consider all the points that have been left behind dealt with now, right? I think in this little time we made more progress than in several pages of arguing about who ignored whose post. Please consider this (all of you) when you continue to post here.
Ok, Mr. Mod.
Anyone got something new to contribute? :)
MrFancypants;3659195 "What are your sources against evolution"(answered by Jeff&Eddie)and the questions rasied in the posts 1526 and 1527 (which turned out to be Jeff&Eddie's posts).
No, he did answer quite a few of the questions but he claimed to a few that "I have already answered this question" whereas I searched the past history of the thread and found that he had not. I ask of him to answer the questions that he has not answered yet, if he still claims to have answered every single question elsewhere than in those two posts, I would like a link to those "missing" answers.
Just realized that, after re-reading everything. (Ugh, I know)
Give me a few days, I'm in the middle of finals. In my spare time I've been reading the posts and I have a few things to say.
I really don't see how we can even have an argument now:
Evolutionists need proof.
Creationists do not.
So I'm tired of arguing about this issue until somehow a Creationist steps down from their pride and defends their view with something other than faith.
I didn't make it!
Afterburner;3422629Most schools also teach a THEORY of creationism now, as far as I've been able to tell.
Most is a complete exaggeration. Perhaps most private schools named after saints do, but mainstream public schools are sticking steadfast to the theory which holds the most evidence, evolution.
Actually, I was in a public school and I heard about the creationnist theory, however, it was simply named and briefly explained (same for Lamarck theory and others). Evolution was the main theory taught though. It was in bio class btw (the very same class I'm gonna have next semester at college... Greatness of taking that course in highschool while they give the same in college!)
Nostradamouse;3661747 It was in bio class btw (the very same class I'm gonna have next semester at college... Greatness of taking that course in highschool while they give the same in college!)
I know this is off topic, but biology in high school and college are absolutely NOTHING alike. Even AP Bio doesn't even come close to college Biology. Well, unless you're going to a sub-par college or one that is not known for its science courses.
Trust me, you're in for a treat (and a hell of a lot of work).
MrFancypants;3659195So both sides are requesting that the other side doesn't ignore their arguments but noone is willing to take the first step?[/quote]I can say without question, that my questions are being ignored. Thus, I respectfuclly request that my questions, and comments be looked at, and answered. If Ignorance is allowed here, then I fail to see why this thread should remain open.
[quote=Saquist;3659847]I can't support Jeff and Eddies....style. I think he's a creationsit straight and through.
Agreed. If needs be, I can give links, and / or quote the things that I would like answered.