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Message 249 of 302 (320368)
06-11-2006 12:38 AM
Reply to: Message 211 by RAZD
06-10-2006 6:38 PM


Re: The essay -- the problems start at the very beginning.
Looks like this thread is devolving into "What is Wrong With SWC's Essay" so maybe we should take it a step at a time to show the logical fallacies and erroneous information.
I'm sorry if it's starting to be that way. I do realize this is kind of floating away from the point of this thread, my apologese. If it becomes too much of an issue, administrators and moderators, maybe I should propose a new thread for it? Would you make a new thread for people to take apart my essay and examine it bit by bit? Or is this ok? Please tell me, I don't want to do something that would be wrong here.
Ever wondered what an argument from incredulity looked like? This first paragraph is nothing but fluff and the assertion that the author actually knows something that the reader does not. As we shall see (if we haven't already) this is a false assumption.
I was kind of writing it to an audience that was just fed evolution in public schools and didn't know what to believe.
Wrong again. We are talking about a science not a "popular belief" -- science based on factual evidence.
No, evolution is a popular belief, I may even call it a religion. You may not call it that, but I do. Because you have yet to show me the factual evidence directly supporting evolution. I see evidence against it.
No "belief" involved.
Really? Did you know, that the chance for the first cell to form by chance is mathematically impossible? It takes faith to believe in something that is mathematically impossible...
Either the author does not understand the topic enough to define it properly, and thus will be unable to talk intelligently about it,
Or the author is purposely misrepresenting the topic, and thus will misrepresent anything else he needs to in order to make whatever point he intends with such misrepresentation,
Or the author is ignorant of the proper definition, and thus is likely to be ignorant of any other related issue,
Or the author is deluded into thinking this is the truth, in which case his delusions will likely color any thing else he says.
Let me add an "Or."
Or the author has challenged many evolutionists in several forums to provide undebatable evidence directly in support of evolution, and they couldn't. And he did MUCH research, from MANY sources, and found that the evidence is actually against evolution. Thus he came to the conclusions that he did.

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Message 250 of 302 (320374)
06-11-2006 12:48 AM
Reply to: Message 216 by RAZD
06-10-2006 6:53 PM


Re: age of the earth ... again?
I doubt it. So far you have run from any discussion of actual evidence for anything. And that when others provide the evidence -- your record of substantiating any assertion you have made is zero.
If you say I have given no evidence for my "assertions", you are ignorant of the truth. Please take a look back at my numerous replies, I have supported many of my "assertions", to those who would ask. Like I said, many of my "assertions" are supported in my essay, and I don't want to repeat myself numerous times to many evolutionists on several forums. Just read it and you will see. Please.
Why no response on my suggestion to talk about simple speciation with an example?
I have made a reply! This again shows that you just skipped over my posts. Please look back, I replied to this issue earlier.

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Message 251 of 302 (320375)
06-11-2006 12:50 AM
Reply to: Message 217 by RAZD
06-10-2006 6:56 PM


Re: The essay -- the problems start at the very beginning.
And protraying evolution as being common descent is making a strawman out of a molehill of incredulity eh?
What is that supposed to mean? I said evolution is the popular belief that a single cell or something simpler evolved into humans over time.

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